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Meet the woman who went viral for sitting down for a sandwich with a stranger every week. Plus, lifestyle expert Bahar Takhtehchian has your carry-on must-haves for your next trip. And, listen to some of the messages from inspiring graduation speeches to the class of 2022.
Vicky Nguyen shares the best Memorial Day weekend savings. Plus, the powerful story of a Purple Heart recipient who dedicated his life to service. And, pitmaster Kevin Bludso shares his iconic bbq recipes and creamy potato salad.
Much more on the investigation surrounding the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas – the growing confusion over the timeline of events. Plus, Memorial Day weekend travel is in full swing as gas prices and airfares skyrocket. And, tributes pour in for actor Ray Liotta. We are looking back at his life and career.
Savannah Guthrie shares the latest on the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Plus, Vicky Nguyen and Dr. Natalie Azar are answering all your summer travel questions – gas prices, travel and health. And, Bon Appetit's MacKenzie Chung Fegan is sharing trendy junk foods to try.
Savannah Guthrie is in Uvalde, Texas, with the latest on that school shooting. Plus, how to spot warning signs and red flags before a mass shooting. And, Dr. Lisa Green breaks down the new twists and turns in the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial as Depp's former girlfriend Kate Moss testifies.
Savannah Guthrie is on the ground in Uvalde, Texas, with tributes to the victims of that school shooting and new details on the investigation. Plus, the families of the victims speak out to Savannah. And, the heroic actions of the two teachers, Irma Garcia and Eva Mireles, who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect their students.
Savannah Guthrie is in Uvalde, Texas, with the latest on that tragic Texas school shooting. Plus, licensed psychotherapist Thomas Kersting discusses how to help kids understand traumatic events. And, we are catching up with Coach K – how retirement has been treating the winningest coach in college basketball history. Also, Laverne Cox stops by Studio 1A with an exclusive announcement.
Savannah Guthrie is in Uvalde, Texas, at the scene of that tragic school shooting. Plus, a TODAY Exclusive – Jenna Bush Hager is aboard the historic USS Bataan as it cruises into New York Harbor for the return of “Fleet Week.” And, Jay Shetty shares how to process emotions and anxious thoughts many are experiencing after the Texas school shooting.
Complete coverage with Savannah Guthrie on the ground of that tragic school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Texas. We are on the scene with the latest on the overnight investigation and the victims. Plus, hear from the family of one of the teachers who lost her life trying to save others.
TODAY Exclusive – Big Brothers Big Sisters announces their largest donation ever. Plus, Jill Martin introduces us to the woman mixing her culture and coffee. And, Men's Health reveals the winners of their annual grooming awards.
Jenna Bush Hager gets ready to help kick-off Fleet Week in New York City – her special voyage aboard the USS Bataan. Plus, Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb chat with John Hamm about starring in “Top Gun: Maverick.” And, last minute summer travel deals.
It's Primary Day in five states – all eyes are on Georgia's race for governor and Trump-Pence rift as Pence openly campaigns against the Trump-backed candidate. Plus, the latest on the growing concerns surrounding monkeypox as new suspected cases are being investigated in the U.S. And, the new twists and turns after Amber Heard's legal team did not call Johnny Depp to the stand on Monday. Also, a closer look at the fan frenzy behind “Top Gun: Maverick” and Tom Cruise's return to the film 36 years in the making.
Willow founder and CEO, Lacy Garcia, shares financial guidance for all ages. Plus, Jay Ellis stops by Studio 1A to chat about starring alongside Tom Cruise in “Top Gun: Maverick.” And, lifestyle expert Amy E. Goodman shares what you should pack for your next road trip.
The surprising results of from the Mayo Clinic reveal how Americans think about dieting. Plus, Hoda Kotb chats with Hugh Jackman about starring in Broadway's The Music Man and much more. And, TODAY Bestsellers – Adrianna Brach shares hidden gems for summer.
The first emergency shipment of baby formula arrives in the U.S. Plus, concerns over the spread of monkeypox – cases have now spread to twelve countries, including a potential new case being investigated in Florida. And, Amber Heard's legal team calling Johnny Depp back to the stand – what this means as the trial enters its final stretch. Also, the season finale of SNL marked the end of an era for Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney – inside their time on the show and their future plans.
We're sharing a special preview of Born to Rule: When Charles is King, a new original podcast from TODAY which asks (and answers) the burning questions about Prince Charles and what he might be like as King. Follow now to get the first two episodes on Monday, May 30. https://link.chtbl.com/BTR_TW
The 3rd Hour is in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina! Al Roker, Sheinelle Jones, Craig Melvin and Dylan Dreyer take a sunset fishing cruise, chat with Charlamagne Tha God and get a taste of South Carolina.
Harry Smith shares the inspiring story of a women whose struggle with hearing loss inspired her to become a doctor and help others like herself. Plus, inside the “Top Gun: Maverick” premiere, Prince William and Kate Middleton's red carpet appearance and the prestigious new honor for Tom Cruise. And, Scott Keyes is sharing tips on how to find cheap flights for your next trip.
A new warning on the soaring cost of gas, food and travel – what is being done to get prices under control? Plus, the latest on the race to end the nationwide baby formula shortage – the new help that could be arriving in days. And, the CDC has signed off on the first booster shots for kids ages five to 11.
Craig Melvin speaks with a pediatric nurse about his job and fatherhood in a special edition of TODAY Celebrates Nurses and Dads Got This. Then, Dr. Natalie Azar provides preparation tips on summer safety and travel in our continuing series, “Today's Checklist.” And, comedian Jessi Klein talks midlife and motherhood in her latest book, “I'll Show Myself Out.”
The Buffalo mass shooting suspect appears in court today after killing 10 people and injuring three others in a racially-motivated attack. And, consumers adopt new spending habits as stocks tumble, retailers report losses and inflation soars. Plus, hear what Amber Heard's sister revealed when she took the stand during Johnny Depp's defamation trial.
The White House is taking action this morning on the baby formula crisis, with President Biden invoking the Defense Production Act aimed at increasing formula supply. And, the CDC addresses rising COVID case numbers by recommending that Americans traveling domestically get tested. Plus, Hallie Jackson shares new developments on the federal criminal investigation of Hunter Biden's finances and work overseas.
A behind the scenes look at TODAY's off-Broadway production in “Murder In Studio One.” Plus, Elizabeth McGovern – Cora Crawley in the new film “Downton Abbey: A New Era” – and etiquette expert Myka Myer explain Downton Abbey etiquette. And, we're catching up with Mario Lopez!
The very latest in the defamation trial between ex's Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Plus, “Murder In Studio One” – an inside look at TODAY's off-Broadway debut, putting on a special radio play. And, TODAY Bestsellers – Adrianna Brach is sharing best-selling products to make healthier desserts, open stubborn jars and more.
We have complete coverage on the overnight results from key primary races in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Plus a TODAY exclusive – the historic agreement just reached to pay every U.S. national soccer player, man or woman, equally. And, an inside look at the plans to reinvent the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
TODAY and Audible join forces to crack a case … of murder!There's been a murder in studio one and everyone's a suspect. Recorded live at the Minetta Lane Theatre, a dozen TODAY and NBC News anchors take center stage in this hilarious radio play. First released in 1941, Murder in Studio One is a whodunit following a female private eye and her fast-talking sidekick as they reluctantly take the case of a murder in a New York radio station. Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb lead an all-star NBC News cast in the comedic mystery produced in partnership with Audible. Dateline's Keith Morrison lends his iconic voice as the narrator. Written by Norman Corwin, “Murder in Studio One” has been adapted with permission from the Norman Corwin Administrative Trust.
Consumer Confidential – Vicky Nguyen shares tips on how to prevent hair loss. Plus it's National Water Safety Month, and Craig Melvin's younger brother, Ryan, is learning how to swim and sharing an important message on water safety. And, Dr. Sue Varma tells us how to turn anxiety into positive actions.
It's National Water Safety Month, and Craig Melvin's younger brother, Ryan, is learning how to swim and sharing an important message on water safety. Plus, more of Savannah Guthrie's sit down with Selma Blair – all about her new memoir. And, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey stop by Studio 1A to chat about their new book “The Office BFFs: Tales of The Office from Two Best Friends Who Were There.”
We're in Buffalo with new details on the investigation into that hate-fueled supermarket mass shooting. Plus, the latest on the baby formula shortage – Abbott Nutrition to reopen its plant. And, Amber Heard's cross examination in defamation trial brought by ex-husband Johnny Depp gets underway. Also, more on Savannah Guthrie's exclusive conversation with passenger-turned-pilot Darren Harrison.
TODAY Exclusive – more from Savannah Guthrie's one-on-one conversation with Darren Harrison, the passenger who landed a plane after the pilot fell unconscious. Plus, Nick Jonas and Shakira chat about their new show “Dancing With Myself.” And, Michelle Dockery and Laura Carmichael talk “Downton Abbey: A New Era.”
Two weeks after her death, country's biggest stars and family honored Naomi Judd at her public memorial. Plus, Savannah Guthrie sits down with the cast of “Downton Abbey: A New Era” to chat about the second film. And, Nick Jonas and Shakira stop by Studio 1A to talk about their new show “Dancing With Myself.”
Craig Melvin is in Buffalo with the latest on the deadly grocery store mass shooting. Plus, Savannah Guthrie speaks with FDA's Robert Califf on the worsening baby formula crisis. And, Savannah Guthrie's exclusive conversation with Darren Harrison, the passenger who landed a plane after the pilot fell unconscious – he walks us through moment-by-moment.
Consumer confidential: travel apps to help you plan. Plus, our AAPI Amplified: Stronger Together series continues with the 1st Asian-American girl scout CEO. And, catching up with Winston Duke.
How college loan debt is impacting students across the country. Plus, the top Google questions on inflation. And, the new workwear and new rules for work clothes as more return to office.
Latest on the nationwide baby formula shortage. Plus, from Eagle Pass, TX, immigration concerns grow ahead of hearing on Title 42. And, we talk to the youngest American woman to summit Mt. Everest – live from Everest basecamp.
TODAY's Checklist – Psychiatrist Dr. Samantha Boardman shares tips on how to find a therapist. Plus, a cancer survivor who is now a nurse reunites with the woman who cared for her 15 years after their first time meeting. Plus, Shop All Day's Makho Ndlovu shares some hidden gems for your house.
Everything you need to know about the spread of the Lone star tick in America – a bite that can cause an allergy to meat. Plus, is your child addicted to a smartphone? Some parents are saying no phones at all for their kids. And, Olympic stars are on the Plaza to share important lessons on water safety.
Breaking overnight – we're live on the scene of that devastating wildfire south of Los Angeles. Plus, new details on how a passenger with no flying experience landed a plane after the pilot fell unconscious. And, expert tips on what you should do to get through the baby formula shortage.
The first child in the world to get Car-T Therapy celebrates 10 years cancer free. Plus, we're talking to the first Asian-American NFL official. And, Rachel Mansfield shares two kid-approved snacks.
Cuban migration to Florida is reaching the largest numbers since the 1980's. Plus, Selma Blair discusses her public battles against M.S. and alcoholism. And, the Stranger Things cast discusses their scariest season yet.
The U.S. Senate prepares for a vote on a National Abortion Rights Bill. Plus, the U.S. House of Representatives approved another $40 billion in emergency aid for Ukraine. And, an air traffic controller guides a passenger to safely land a small plane after a pilot's medical issue.
She Made It – meet the entrepreneur behind Deux, the delicious and guilt-free cookie dough. Plus, Bobby Moynihan stops by Studio 1A to chat about “Mr. Mayor,” SNL and his voice acting career. And, Hélio Castroneves previews the new documentary “The Club.”
TODAY Celebrates Nurses – an inspiring story of the special bond between a nurse and a young patient fighting cancer. Plus, Dr. Natalie Azar shares the red flags women should never ignore when it comes to your health. And, Kwame Onwuachi shares his recipe for jerk chicken and cabbage slaw.
Breaking overnight: New details on the tragic ending to the manhunt for an escaped murder suspect and the Alabama corrections officer – we're speaking to Vanderburgh County sheriff Dave Wedding. Plus, the latest developments on the Americans who died under mysterious circumstances at a resort in the Bahamas. And, new concern over Queen Elizabeth's health – her decision to skip this morning's opening of Parliament for the first time in 60 years.
A look at how Chinese immigrants helped pave the way for generations to enjoy Yosemite National Park. Plus, TODAY Celebrates Nurses – meet an inspiring nurse pursuing her other passion of modeling. And, Andrew McCarthy talks his new book “Brat: An ‘80s Story.”
New developments in the nationwide manhunt for that escaped murder suspect and the now former corrections officer. Plus, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their children will be attending Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee. And, Mandy Moore stops by Studio 1A to chat about new music, the end of “This Is Us” and motherhood.
We're live in Kyiv with the latest on that deadly airstrike on a school – this as First Lady Dr. Jill Biden makes a secret trip to Ukraine. Plus, gas prices rise nationwide, inching closer to the all-time record as the busy summer travel season approaches. And, covid cases climb as the White House warns of a fall and winter wave. Also, inside Rich Strike's victory at the Kentucky Derby – we speak to his trainer Eric Reed.
As a bonus for TODAY listeners, we're sharing a special preview of In Their Court, a new podcast series from NBC News and NBC Sports about the impact of Title IX in women's basketball and beyond. Follow now and listen to the first two episodes: https://link.chtbl.com/itc_feeddrops
Steve Kornacki and Dylan Dreyer are looking ahead to everything happening at Churchill Downs this weekend for the Kentucky Derby. Plus, Al Roker and Craig Melvin pay tribute to their wives ahead of Mother's Day. And, Hamilton star Phillipa Soo joins TODAY to discuss her new role in “Suffs.”
The manhunt continues in Alabama one week after a sheriff's deputy and inmate disappeared. Plus, how a Mother-Daughter nursing team takes care for their rural community in Tennessee. And, meet the mother and daughter breaking barriers in the U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command.
Growing concerns about the economy after a big drop in the stock market. Plus, the U.S. Senate sets a vote on a bill to legalize abortion nationwide. And, Mike Tirico and Dylan Dreyer are at Churchill Downs with everything you need to know for the Kentucky Derby this Saturday.