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The 3rd Hour is celebrating 70 years of TODAY! Plus a Consumer Confidential — Vicky Nguyen is sharing the best deals and what to buy in January. Also, catching up with figure skating legend Tara Lipinski.
This morning, TODAY celebrates 70 years, and we're previewing the celebrations! Plus, Al Roker has the latest on that major winter storm set to blanket much of the East in snow and freezing temperatures. Also, the Supreme Court has blocked the Biden administration's vaccine-or-test mandate for private companies with more than 100 workers. And, what's next for Prince Andrew after being stripped of his military titles and royal ties?
It was 70 years ago, on January 14th, 1952 when TODAY broadcast its first show. Join Savannah Guthrie along with co-anchor Hoda Kotb and co-hosts Craig Melvin, Al Roker, and Carson Daly as they commemorate this milestone achievement. In this two-part series, the current co-hosts of TODAY reflect on what makes TODAY an American Institution that's been delivering the news for the past 70 years giving its audience a front-row seat to history. It's all about the stories they've covered, the people they've met along the way, and the experiences only TODAY can offer. In part one – Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Craig Melvin, Al Roker, and Carson Daly share why they think TODAY is one of the longest-running shows in broadcasting. What's the secret sauce that has kept TODAY must-see TV in the morning? Plus, what's it like to cover the news under the iconic TODAY banner?
The current cast shares their journey to TODAY and what it's like to follow in the steps of their mentors like Barbara Walters, Jane Pauley, Bryant Gumbel, Katie Couric, and Meredith Vieira. Plus – the heart of TODAY since day one – YOU, the audience.It was 70 years ago, on January 14th, 1952 when TODAY broadcast its first show. Join Savannah Guthrie along with co-anchor Hoda Kotb and co-hosts Craig Melvin, Al Roker, and Carson Daly as they commemorate this milestone achievement. In this two-part series, the current co-hosts of TODAY reflect on what makes TODAY an American Institution that's been delivering the news for the past 70 years giving its audience a front-row seat to history. It's all about the stories they've covered, the people they've met along the way, and the experiences only TODAY can offer.
Consumer Confidential — Vicky Nguyen has tips to kickstart a healthy new year. Plus, how to do a digital clean sweep — tips on organizing and decluttering our phones and digital lives. Also, Travel and Leisure Editor-in-Chief Jacqui Gifford has the best travel destinations for warm or cold weather.
A federal judge in New York has ruled that the sexual abuse case against Prince Andrew will move forward. Plus, a medical breakthrough — a groundbreaking surgery is helping those who suffer from a fainting disorder. Also, Bobby Flay is sharing his recipe for a winter pasta dinner.
Exclusive: Craig Melvin sits down with Vice President Kamala Harris — her take on the Covid crisis, 2024 and much more. Plus, free Covid tests will soon be headed to schools nationwide— the White House is promising five million rapid tests and 5 million PCR tests for K-12 schools in states that apply for them. Also, a closer look at how supply chain and labor shortages have led to the biggest inflation spike in nearly four decades.
Sportscaster and Craig Melvin's wife Lindsay Czarniak co-hosts the 3rd Hour! Plus, It's been ten years since the Costa Concordia tragedy — hear from those who were onboard. Also, it's Wellness Wednesday, and Dr. Sue Varma is sharing tips on overcoming the winter blues.
Bode and Morgan Miller are introducing us to their new baby girl — a look at their journey to what they call completing their family. Plus, Hoda Kotb chats with skiing legend Lindsey Vonn — all about her new memoir “Rise: My Story.” Also, celebrity trainer Bob Harper is revealing the five game-changing products you need to reach your 2022 fitness goals.
The latest on the CDC's guidance as Covid cases and hospitalizations continue to soar — is it time to upgrade our masks? Plus, millions across the Northeast are waking up to another morning of frigid temperatures and dangerous wind chills — Al Roker has your latest forecast. Also, the latest on the sudden death of Bob Saget as loved ones continue to pay tribute to the beloved star.
In the wake of that deadly apartment fire in the Bronx, Vicky Nguyen is sharing some important space heater and fire safety reminders. Plus, meet two friends who want to make mental health and addiction treatment available to anyone. Also, Sheinelle Jones and Al Roker are catching up with NFL icon Jerry Rice.
The IRS is warning there could be a “frustrating season” ahead with challenges caused by the pandemic and budget cuts — why the federal government says now is the time to start thinking about your taxes. Plus after a slip on the ice cost speed skater Erin Jackson her shot at Team USA, fellow speed skater Brittany Bowe gave her one of her spots — they will join us to talk about that selfless gesture that has both women heading to the Winter Games. And, Hoda Kotb chats with Denzel Washington about “The Tragedy of Macbeth.”
Millions are waking up to dangerously low temperatures and wind chills in the Midwest and Northeast — Al Roker has everything you need to know. Plus breaking overnight: all flights on the West Coast temporarily grounded by the FAA at the same time North Korea fired off a missile test. Also, new details and the latest reaction on Bob Saget's sudden death — Savannah Guthrie speaks with his close friend and touring partner Mike Young.
TODAY's Checklist — Dr. Natalie Azar has important information on diets, exercise, checkups and much more for a healthy start to the new year. Plus, it's National Houseplant Day and “Gangsta Gardener” Ron Finley is sharing tips and tricks for your houseplants. Also, Sheinelle Jones, Craig Melvin and Al Roker are chatting with Bakari Sellers about his new children's book.
Remembering beloved “Full House” star Bob Saget who died at the age of 65 on Sunday. Plus, the latest on that massive apartment complex fire in the Bronx that has left 19 dead and dozens injured. Also, Novak Djokovic is set to compete in the Australian Open despite a public outcry over his vaccine exemption. And, Vicky Nguyen takes an inside look at the new safety concerns over Apple AirTags and how the device can be used to track your location — Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Brooks Nader shares her story.
Dr. Natalie Azar is answering all your Covid testing questions about shortages, rapid tests, PCR tests and much more. Plus, the creative way three women are getting back into the workplace through “returnships.” Also, Mike Rowe chats with Sheinelle Jones and Al Roker about bringing back his Discovery series “Dirty Jobs.”
Vicky Nguyen is on the road with tips to keep you and your family safe as you drive during winter storms. Plus, an inside look at Kate Middleton's influence on the royal family and pop culture ahead of her 40th birthday this weekend. Plus, Richard Branson and Virgin Orbit CEO Dan Hart on the future of space tourism and the new space race. And, Al Roker and Craig Melvin are participating in “Dry January” — the health benefits and fun mocktail recipes.
The very latest on the East Coast winter storm causing major problems for the morning commute — Al Roker has everything you need to know. Plus, Savannah Guthrie goes one-on-one with CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky — this, as confusion grows over testing guidelines. Also, the story behind the Wordle craze and why people are obsessed with the online daily word game.
Career and workplace expert Nicole Williams is sharing tips and strategies to land your next job and what to do when you see an opening you like. Plus, meet a family who is making an impact in the lives of service members by selling socks. Also, Sheinelle Jones and Al Roker are catching up with Greg Kinnear of “To Kill A Mockingbird” on Broadway, and with Method Man on his show “Power Book II: Ghost.”
What is the fitness world doing to stay in business and keep customers healthy? Vicky Nguyen takes a look at how gyms are handling the surge in Covid cases and how you can workout at home. Plus, how one billboard kicked off a streak of organ donations across six states. Also, Joanna Teplin and Clea Shearer of “The Home Edit” team have tips on how to get your home organized.
One year anniversary of the January 6th attack at the U.S. Capitol — Savannah Guthrie is in Washington, D.C. bringing us inside the events planned to mark the day. And, a TODAY Exclusive: Savannah speaks with Republican congresswoman Liz Cheney — the vice chair of the January 6th committee investigating the insurrection. Plus, the CDC has recommended Pfizer boosters for those ages 12 to 15 as cases surge and kids return to school. Also, tennis star Novak Djokovic has been denied entry to Australia following backlash over vaccine exemption for competition.
Stephanie Ruhle joins us to talk all things holiday gift returns, receipts and some alternative options. Plus, Sheinelle Jones and Al Roker are catching up with comedian Jim Gaffigan — all about his standup special and much more. Also, celebrity trainer Bob Harper is sharing the biggest social media workout trends.
Harry Smith goes to Montana to meet “The Dinosaur Cowboy” and take a look at his fossil discovery. Plus as part of our series “The Future of Work,” Vicky Nguyen takes a look at new technology solutions designed to allow employees to work together even when they are apart. Also, Jill Martin has a health and fitness edition of “Steals & Deals.”
The fallout from that winter storm that left hundreds of drivers stranded in the snow on I-95 — Al Roker is tracking new winter storms. Plus, officials in Chicago have canceled classes for hundreds of thousands of students after teachers voted to switch to remote learning. Also, Novak Djokovic and Kyrie Irving, are preparing to play amid growing controversy surrounding their vaccine status and Covid safety protocols. And, an exclusive interview with a woman now in prison for her role in the January 6th insurrection — what she says led her to be at the Capitol.
The latest on the massive winter storm and travel chaos — Al Roker, Sheinelle Jones and Craig Melvin talk to NBC's Josh Lederman, who had been stuck on the road for over 11 hours. Plus, a Consumer Confidential: winter safety — Vicky Nguyen explains common mistakes and how to keep your family safe. Plus, the entire cast of NBC's “This Is Us” — including Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz and Justin Hartley — are looking back on the show's run and ahead to the final season premiering tonight.
With Covid cases surging to new records, Vicky Nguyen has advice on what masks adults and kids should be wearing. Plus, the entire cast of NBC's “This Is Us” — including Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz and Justin Hartley — join Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb to chat ahead of tonight's premiere of the show's final season. Also, Jenna Bush Hager surprises Savannah with an Andrea Bocelli performance for her 50th birthday.
A massive winter storm has slammed into the Northeast with snow, wind and cold weather causing flight cancellations and standstill traffic — we talk to NBC's Josh Lederman, stuck on the road for over 11 hours. And, Al Roker has everything you need to know. Plus, there is new data on the number of children now being infected with Covid and hospitalized — this as schools reopen. Also, Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has been found guilty on four out of 11 charges of fraud and conspiracy.
The Washington Post's personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary is sharing how to take control of your money in 2022. Plus, four-time Super Bowl winner Joe Montana is sharing the untold stories from his career. Plus, Women's Health Editor-In-Chief Liz Plosser is sharing the top products to help you achieve your 2022 fitness goals.
Remembering Betty White — we're looking back at her remarkable life and career. Plus, Hoda Kotb chats with Kenan Thompson about season two of NBC's “Kenan.” Also, Stephanie Ruhle is sharing the three moves you need to make to get your holiday debt under control. And, Baked By Melissa's Melissa Ben-Ishay is sharing her recipe for the viral TikTok green goddess salad.
Nearly 15,000 flights have been canceled or delayed in the last 24 hours due to Covid and winter storms. Plus, kids across the country are returning to school today amid Covid surge — some school districts are temporarily switching to remote learning while others are holding in-person classes. Also, Tampa Bay Buccaneers' wide receiver Antonio Brown is "no longer a Buc" after mid-game outburst — new reaction from the team, Brown and teammate Tom Brady. And, new twists tied to sexual assault allegations against Prince Andrew — this, as a court hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.
New Year's Extravaganza: Relive the farewell to 2021 with the boys from Jim and Them.Miley Cyrus and Pete Davidson: Network TV delivering once again and giving the people what they want, MILEY AND PETE!Corey Feldman: Corey Feldman is still peddling his Love Left box set that NOBODY wants at all. Also some drunk Don LemonLIBTARD!, SUCCESSION!, NEW YEAR'S EVE!, BID ADIEU!, 2021!, FAREWELL!, FUCK YOU 2021!, LMFAO!, SHOTS!, VACCINES!, PATREON!, YOUTUBE!, TOTS TURNT VIDEO!, VOICEMAIL!, JORDAN MADDISON!, ROCKING!, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS!, TRACKSUIT!, EAST COAST COUNTDOWN!, MILEY CYRUS!, PETE DAVIDSON!, SICKLY!, ZOMBIE!, BUTTHOLE EYES!, MAKEUP!, DEAD!, WHITE BOY SUMMER!, TRAVIS BARKER!, UNREALISTIC RESOLUTIONS!, WEED JOKES!, RASPY VOICE!, NOAH CYRUS!, ASIAN!, BODY SHAMING NOISE!, JOLENE!, COVID!, OMICRON!, TIMES SQUARE!, METAVERSE!, WHITE PRICK!, ENGAGEMENT!, CNN!, ANDERSON COOPER!, BRYANT GUMBAL!, AL ROKER!, DON LEMON!, COUNTDOWN!, EAST COAST!, WE CAN'T STOP!, PARTY IN THE USA!, WARDROBE MALFUNCTION!, SKA!, POLO G!, NEW YORK DRIL!, POP SMOKE!, JA RULE!, ASHANTI!, WIGGER VIBES!, COREY FELDMAN!, NEW ALBUM!, BOX SET!, PATHETIC!, PROMOTER!, INFOMERCIAL!, 6 CDS!, INSTAGRAM LIVE!, NFTS!, STAND BY ME!, EAR!, REPLICA EAR!, PUNS!, 12 DOLLARS!, AUCTION!, HACKED!, WOLFPACK!, MEMORIBILIA!, SUCCESS!, DILUTED!, WHISTLE BLOWER!, COREYOKE CABARET!, VINYL!, COLLECTOR'S BOX SET!, DR DRE'S SON!, CURTIS YOUNG!, NEW ORLEANS!, CNN!, DON LEMON!, WASTED!, LIZZO!, BROKE DICK!, UNHINGED!, SERIOUS DRUNK!, HATING WOMEN!, JAKE SPRAGUE!, 406 PART 1 LITTLE MOMENTS!, CONSPIRACY THEORIES!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
Meet Fred Minnick — how therapy helped him launch a bourbon empire. Plus, “The Americans” star Matthew Rhys recently invited Al Roker for a voyage aboard his new project: an antique boat. Also, chef JJ Johnson is sharing his family's New Year's recipe: seafood gumbo.
TODAY Yearender — Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Craig Melvin, Carson Daly and Al Roker are reflecting on the fun we had in 2021. Plus, it's the 3rd annual Boostie Awards — we're looking back at some of the best moments from Hoda's Morning Boost. Also, Carson and Siri Daly are sharing fun New Year's Eve drink recipes and bites.
The book “The Three Mothers” tells the story of the mothers of Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X and James Baldwin — Sheinelle Jones speaks with author Anna Malaika Tubbs about why she wanted to tell their stories. Plus, Craig Melvin sits down with Suni Lee's dad, John, to chat about raising the Olympic gold medalist. Also, the Making of TODAY — a behind the scenes look at the team's intense game of pickleball and family week on the 3rd Hour.
As part of our series “The Social Challenge,” we're decoding some common social media terms and what they mean may shock you. Plus, meet the woman behind the non-profit organization “Los Courage Surf Camps” who is opening up the sport to a whole new group of people. Also, inside the biggest rooftop garden in Paris that could offer a glimpse into the future of how we get our food.
Al Roker gets a taste of space onboard a flight into zero gravity. Plus, baseball legend CC Sabathia opens up to Craig Melvin about his personal battle with alcohol and turning his life around. Also, Dylan Dreyer and her son Cal are sharing a family meatball recipe straight from Sicily.
Meet the founder of a modeling agency focused on indigenous people. Plus as part of our “TODAY Climate” series, see what is being done to save Scotland's legendary castles facing climate change. And, Dylan Dreyer goes “On The Job” with a veterinarian who is taking an alternative approach to treating pets.
In our series “Dads Got This,” meet a father whose kids inspired him to start an ice cream business. Plus, meet a former TV producer who is using her love of antiques and thrift shops to reunite one-of-a-kind treasures with the families who lost them. Also, chef Gaby Dalkin is sharing her cheesy gratin recipe.
Bishop Michael Curry is sharing his reflections on the holiday season, the year behind us and the year ahead. Plus, it's the TODAY annual Secret Santa gift exchange! Also, Shop All Day contributor Chassie Post has last-minute gifts you can pick up today.
Archbishop of New York Cardinal Dolan stops by Studio 1A to reflect on the spirit of the holidays and wishes for the new year. Plus, President Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden are celebrating their first Christmas at the White House — the theme for this year's decorations are “Gifts From The Heart.” Also, a behind-the-scenes look at how this year's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree got from Maryland to New York City.
As part of our series “Through Mom's Eyes,” Sheinelle Jones sits down with Tyra Banks' mom — she's opening up about her daughter's rise to fame. Plus, we're tagging along with a mail clerk who makes deliveries on the water. Also, how Luke from “Luke's Lobster” went from working in finance to the top of the seafood business.
As part of our series “Dad's Got This,” Craig Melvin sits down with a father and daughter who bond over high wheel bikes and are making history. Plus, Al Roker speaks with the two daughters of NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson — what it was like growing up with a trailblazing mom. Also, meet a 12-year-old who has already graduated from high school and college.
“The Points Guy's” Brian Kelly has tips on how to navigate travel during the holidays without breaking the bank. Plus, Steve Kornacki is breaking down Christmas by the numbers. Also, celebrity chef Donatella Arpaia stops by Studio 1A to share recipes for Sunday's Saints vs. Buccaneers game.
Al Roker is in Mayfield, Kentucky, lending a hand to the community hard-hit by tornadoes. Plus, the countdown to the Winter Olympics — we're exclusively revealing the plane that will fly Team USA to the Games. And, we're chatting with Tara Lipinski, Apolo Ohno and Johnny Weir. Also, an inside look at the experimental colon cancer vaccine.
The CDC is recommending against the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine unless Pfizer and Moderna are not available — this, as officials warn that the Omicron variant could become the dominant strain in the U.S. Plus, with Christmas Eve just one week away, millions are expected to travel coast-to-coast. Also, “Sex and the City” actor, Chris Noth, has been accused of sexual assault by two women. And, Tiger Woods is returning to competitive golf this weekend after horrific accident.
The TODAY team is taking a look back at all the fun we had in 2021 — from welcoming back guests, Plaza crowds and much more. Plus, meet two former UCF football players who are helping get toys to kids for the holidays. Also, Meghan Trainor joins us to chat about the deluxe version of her album “A Very Trainor Christmas” and life as a mom.
The latest on the historic storm that tore across the Midwest overnight — Al Roker has your latest forecast. Plus, Brown University's School of Public Health dean, Dr. Ashish Jha, on the rise in Covid cases and what we know about the spread of the Omicron variant and its symptoms. Also, the NFL and NBA struggle with Covid outbreaks — what is being done? And, Nick Cannon joins us live and opens up about the loss of his 5-month-old son to rare brain cancer.