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The Department of Justice comes out strongly against the release of documents in the search at Mar-A-Lago – this, as former President Donald Trump calls for the immediate release. Plus, all eyes on Wyoming where Liz Cheney is facing a tough race to keep her seat in the House. And overnight, New York's airports hit with massive cancelations and delays – what the FAA is saying this morning and the ripple effect now facing thousands of passengers.
TODAY Exclusive – Al Roker, Sheinelle Jones and Dylan Dreyer reveal the new Girl Scout cookie flavor. Plus, inside the growing movement of home schooling among Black families. And, Elena Besser shares her favorite weeknight dinners.
TODAY Exclusive – American Airlines is jumping into supersonic air travel. Plus, remembering Elvis Presley 45 years after his death – a look back at his music and legacy, and our exclusive interview with Priscilla Presley from Graceland. And, Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb are catching up with The Home Edit's Clea Shearer – all about the second issue of their magazine featuring Savannah's home and an update on her breast cancer journey. Also, Sterling K. Brown stops by Studio 1A to chat about his new movie “Honk For Jesus – Save Your Soul.”
We're in Washington, D.C. with the latest fallout over that FBI search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago home and the rise in online threats against federal law enforcement officials. Plus, author Salman Rushdie has been taken off a ventilator three days after being attacked on stage. And, remembering Anne Heche – tributes pour in after the actress was removed from life support overnight. Also, a Consumer Confidential – a closer look at the new office trend “quiet quitting.”
We're checking in with Craig Melvin, Dylan Dreyer and Lindsay Czarniak who are on the golf course at The Bottom's Up Invitational and raising money for the Colorectal Cancer Alliance. Plus, TODAY's Checklist – with back-to-school season in full swing, sports medicine physician Dr. Jordan Metzl shares tips on treating any injury. And, Eve Hewson stops by Studio 1A to chat about her new dark, comedic murder mystery show “Bad Sisters.”
Peloton announces plan to hike prices and cut hundreds of jobs at a number of locations. Plus, Vicky Nguyen takes a closer look at vitamins, their cost and the real benefits to taking them. And, Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb sit down with Sheryl Crow to chat about her new documentary “Sheryl.” Also, calling all fans of “The Bear” – Matt Abdoo is making the hit series' Italian beef.
The latest details on the documents the FBI was looking for at Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago home. Plus, an armed man stormed the FBI office in Cincinnati just days after the agency's director warned of growing threats – what we are learning about the suspect and his presence at the January 6th riot. And, Anne Heche's family reveals she is “not expected to survive” her injuries from that car crash. Also, a Consumer Confidential – inside the dramatic drop in airfare and hotel prices heading into the new season.
Jack Harlow is on the Plaza – all about his upcoming tour, music, acting and much more. Plus, What's In A Name? Meet Steve Kornacki's name twins. And, Savannah Sellers introduces Harry Smith to the Metaverse.
Dr. John Torres breaks down new CDC Covid guidelines for schools and other public places. Plus, Scott Peterson was back in court yesterday making a final push for a retrial. And, Back-To-School TODAY – what, when and where to shop for your back-to-school items.
Serena Williams competes after announcing her retirement from tennis. Plus, a TODAY Exclusive: new look at Princess Diana's life, – the team behind a highly-anticipated documentary gives us a sneak peek. And, Glamour's Samantha Barry has tips on finding vintage fashions at an affordable price.
New details and fallout tied to that FBI search of former President Trump's home in Florida – this, as he prepares to testify in another investigation today. Plus, all eyes on new inflation numbers being released this morning. And, Back-To-School TODAY – Vicky Nguyen shares an exclusive look at the new tools being used to keep kids safe in the classroom this upcoming school year.
What's In A Name? Meet Craig Melvin's name twin! Plus, Stephanie Ruhle shares key money tips for every age. And, Vicky Nguyen shares tips on how to stay safe on college campuses. Also, D'Arcy Carden stops by Studio 1A to chat about the new re-imagined version of “A League Of Their Own.”
Honoring Olivia Newton-John – a look at her lasting legacy and how she impacted generations. Plus, Jenna Bush Hager sits down with two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead – why he is going in a different direction with his latest novel. And, it's Wellness Wednesday – Dr. Michelle Henry shares the best hair loss treatments for men and women.
We're taking a look back at the life and career of Olivia Newton-John – her good friend, Delta Goodrem, pays tribute. Plus, meet Al Roker's name twin! And, Lauren and Tony Dungy chat about their new book “Uncommon Influence: Saying Yes To A Purposeful Life.”
Michelle Collins co-hosts with Jenna Bush Hager! They are chatting with Idris Elba about his new film “Beast.” Plus, Jimmy Fallon stops by Studio 1A to chat about his game show “Password.”
The very latest on that FBI search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago home in Florida – new details on what agents were looking for, what they seized and the reaction in Washington, D.C. Plus, Savannah Guthrie goes one-on-one with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi – her first interview since that controversial trip to Taiwan and her thoughts on the FBI's Mar-A-Lago search. And, remembering Olivia Newton-John who died on Monday at 73 – a look back at her remarkable life and career.
Celebrating the life and legacy of Olivia Newton-John – a look back at her moments on TODAY. Plus, Jane Seymour, a good friend of the star, shares her favorite memories. And, Jimmy Fallon stops by Studio 1A to chat about the return of “Password” and to play the game with Savannah Guthrie, Craig Melvin, Sheinelle Jones and Al Roker. Also, Craig goes one-on-one with Mindy Kaling – all about the new season of Netflix's “Never Have I Ever.”
What's In A Name? Meet Sheinelle Jones' name twin. Plus, Josh Peck stops by Studio 1A to chat about starring in the new Netflix film “13: The Musical.” And, a new Cooking With Cal – Dylan Dreyer and her son are whipping up green pancakes.
Actress Anne Heche is in the hospital after crashing her car straight through a home in Los Angeles on Friday – the latest on the ongoing investigation. Plus, a TODAY Exclusive: Cynthia McFadden is in Kentucky with Jennifer Garner – what she's doing to help communities affected by those massive floods and how you can get involved. And, Savannah Guthrie goes one-on-one with Idris Elba – a look into his action-packed new movie “Beast.”
Senate passes climate, health and tax bill – it's chances in the House, potential impact on the midterm elections and what this means for you. Plus, thousands of passengers were left stranded this past weekend by a new wave of flight cancelations and delays coast-to-coast. And, a string of targeted murders on Muslim men has an entire New Mexico community on edge – the latest on the FBI investigation. Plus, the growing concern over a nationwide shortage of teachers as students across the country are gearing up for the new school year.
More than 60 million Americans are under heat advisories as extreme temperatures continue into the weekend. And, the Justice Department has charged four police officers for violating Breonna Taylor's civil rights in the 2020 fatal shooting. Plus, Al sets sail with the U.S. Coast Guard Eagle to provide a look into how the historic ship supports training for cadets.
Global reaction as Russian court sentences Brittney Griner to 9 years behind bars. And, Democrats reach a deal with holdout Sen. Krysten Sinema (D-Ariz.) on the party's bill that is aimed at reducing inflation. Plus, Dr. Ashish Jha addresses health concerns following the Biden administration's declaration of monkeypox as a public health emergency.
Kate Snow sits down with Gabby Petito's mother, Nicole Schmidt, to talk about her new effort to fight domestic violence. Plus, our senior international correspondent, Keir Simmons, brings his 9-year-old twin daughters to America for the first time – what they asked to see will make you smile. And, Savannah Guthrie goes one-on-one with Kevin Bacon – all about his two new big projects “City On A Hill” and “They/Them.”
Al Roker has everything you need to know to handle the new blast of extreme heat coast-to-coast. Plus, CPAC is getting underway today – this, as the crucial midterm elections are right around the corner. And, the jury now has the case at the defamation trial of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. Plus, we're in Canton, Ohio, where the preseason is kicking off with the Hall of Fame Game – Stephanie Gosk sits down with Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels and father Thom McDaniels.
Consumer Confidential – how to transfer your everyday skills into job skills. Plus, Kevin Bacon, Anna Chlumsky and Theo Germaine chat about their new Peacock film “They/Them.” And, catching up with Jo Koy – all about his first feature film “Easter Sunday.”
The Senate has passed the PACT Act that will expand health benefits to military veterans exposed to toxic chemicals. Plus, Stephanie Ruhle shares advice on saving money as students prepare to head back to school. Plus, meet the sisters and rising soccer stars from Los Angeles who are making history becoming the first high school athletes to sign a deal with Nike.
Overnight, voters in Kansas move to protect abortion rights. Plus, the impact on the battles ahead in other states and the takeaways for both parties after a night of primaries from coast-to-coast. And, Nancy Pelosi wraps up her controversial trip to Taiwan. Plus, the reason behind a major beer shortage – how long it could last and what you can do.
Savannah Sellers goes to a church in the Metaverse to show how worshiping is going virtual. Plus, Al Roker visits Detroit's American Coney Island to meet the family serving up hot dogs for more than a century. And, catching up with Cristin Milioti – all about her new Peacock series “The Resort.”
TODAY 3rd Hour celebrates Dylan Dreyer's birthday. Patton Oswalt and James Morosini sit down to discuss their new film, I Love My Dad. And, Katie Sands, known online as “Honestly Kate,” shares some of her favorite mood boosting accessories.
Inside the Metaverse: Shopping in the Metaverse, what you need to know. Plus, Bob Odenkirk discusses his hit show Better Caul Saul. And, a new edition of Today's can't miss summer: Stress free camping essentials.
President Biden announces death of top Al Qaeda leader, Ayman Al-Zawahiri. Savannah Guthrie interviews National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan. Plus, China warns against Nancy Pelosi's now expected visit to Taiwan. And, more than three dozen confirmed dead in the aftermath of severe flooding in Kentucky.
The death toll is rising in Kentucky where new flood watches have been issued overnight. And out west, the biggest wildfire of the year is intensifying and forcing evacuations – Al Roker is tracking that wild weather coast-to-coast. Plus, Nancy Pelosi is kicking off a controversial trip to Asia. And, remembering Bill Russell – tributes pour in for the basketball legend who died at the age of 88 on Sunday. Plus a Consumer Confidential – our exclusive look at Amazon's new push to bring shoppers the shopping mall experience from the comfort of your couch.
Consumer Confidential – Vicky Nguyen has your August deals and what you should be buying. Plus it's Motivational Monday, and surfing champion Shaun Tomson shares how we can transform our lives and find a renewed purpose. And, clever kid-friendly products created by moms to help busy parents.
Mega Millions mystery – the search for the lucky winner of $1.3 billion. Plus, remembering “Star Trek” actress Nichelle Nichols – a look back at her groundbreaking life and career. Plus, Inside The Metaverse – Craig Melvin gets an avatar to show first-hand what people are doing in the Metaverse, who is policing it and why it's being called the internet's next frontier.
Recent shark attack survivors share their stories as part of our series, Shark Watch on TODAY. And, comedian Jon Stewart denounces Republicans as the Senate fails to advance a bill that would support veterans exposed to toxic burn pits. Also, we honor our colleague Pete Williams, who is retiring from NBC News after nearly 30 years of covering the Supreme Court and Justice Department.
Emilie Ikeda explains the “do's” and “don't's” of beach behavior. And, Wirecutter's Jason Chen shares tips on decluttering your tech on the final day of our “Summer Clutter Clean” series. Plus, Zoey Deutch stops by to discuss “Not Okay,” her newest film where she plays the role of an influencer.
Severe flooding in Kentucky has killed at least eight people and left entire neighborhoods underwater. Also, CNBC's Melissa Lee visits Studio 1A to break down the latest on rising prices and recession fears. Plus, Democrats receive major pushback from the GOP as the inflation spending package moves to the Senate.
The U.S. is urging Russia to exchange WNBA star Brittney Griner for another Russian prisoner – a convicted arms dealer. And, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) strikes a major deal with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on climate, taxes and health care. Also, Facebook experiences its first-ever loses in revenue drop report as founder Mark Zuckerberg attempts to revamp company culture.
Dr. Natalie Azar breaks down the findings of a new study about Vitamin D supplements and whether they help prevent bone fractures. And, Jill Martin shares her personal health story in honor of Fibrosis Awareness Month. Plus, B.J. Novak talks new dark comedy “Vengeance,” which he stars in, wrote and directed.
The Federal Reserve has again raised interest rates– will this move be enough to prevent runaway inflation and a potential recession? Also, Chief White House Correspondent Kristen Welker explains how the Democrats' climate change, health care and taxes bill could impact Americans. Plus, NBC News' Senior Consumer Investigative Correspondent Vicky Nguyen shares how camping can be an affordable vacation option amid rising inflation.
Stephanie Ruhle shares advice on reducing your credit card debt and saving for the future. Emmy-and Golden Globe-nominated actress Bonnie Hunt discusses the new Apple TV-plus series that she is directing, “Amber Brown.” Charlee Atkins, creator of fitness app “Le Sweat TV,” models some upper body moves you can do for our Start TODAY fitness program.
Brittney Griner returns to court after guilty plea and shares message to her wife Cherelle back home. And, Vicky Nguyen explains whether side hustles are worth the time and effort to earn a profit amid record inflation. Plus, Kerry Sanders shares a comeback story about the puffin seabird as part of our ongoing series, TODAY Climate.
The Federal Reserve is expected to unveil today another major increase to interest rates – Hoda Kotb sits down with CNBC's Melissa Lee to explain how Americans will be impacted. And, Donald Trump and Mike Pence set the stage for a faceoff in the 2024 Republican presidential primary as Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks out about the Jan. 6th committee's findings. Meanwhile, residents in St. Louis are waking up to record-setting flooding that has destroyed homes, roads and businesses.
Consumer Confidential – Vicky Nguyen breaks down how you can reduce your utility and electric bills during the summer heat. Plus, Al Roker, Sheinelle Jones, Craig Melvin and Dylan Dreyer are chatting with Ali Stroker about her second children's book “Ali and the Sea Stars.” And, pitmaster Rodney Scott stops by Studio 1A to share his steak sandwich and pork skin nachos recipe.
The latest on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's visit to New York City – inside Prince Harry's speech at The United Nations. Plus, Shark Watch – Kerry Sanders has the latest on a breakthrough discovery on sharks and the surprising place some of them are giving birth. And, Hoda Kotb chats with Ethan Hawke about his new project, “The Last Movie Stars,” about Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward and their remarkable love story. Also, Craig Melvin sits down with Lindsey Vonn to chat about life after competitive skiing and the sleep struggle she's faced.
Scorching temperatures now expanding coast-to-coast – this, as a heat wave melts an airport runway in Europe. Al Roker has your full forecast. Plus, emotions boil over a school board meeting in Uvalde, Texas – parents demanding answers after that new report labeled the shooting response a “systemic failure.” And, a Consumer Confidential on the future of Netflix – the streaming giant is set to release its latest earnings report after the company saw a steep decline in subscribers last quarter. What will today's news mean for Netflix's millions of subscribers?
A new report highlighting “systemic failures” during the Uvalde school shooting – reaction from families of victims. Plus, complete coverage on that a mass shooting at an Indianapolis mall. And, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take NYC – the latest as Harry gets set to speak at the The United Nations today. Also, everything you need to know about the surprise weekend wedding between Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck.
TODAY's Checklist – Dr. Kavita Aggarwal breaks down important doctor's appointments to make throughout life. Plus, Jill Martin sits down with the woman behind Frankies Bikinis – how she's helping build body confidence one bikini at a time. And, Cooking with Cal – Dylan Dreyer and her son Cal are whipping up their favorite popcorn recipe.