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Record number of travelers are expected on the roads for the Fourth of July weekend despite high gas prices. Plus, Cameron Diaz is returning to acting and teaming up with Jamie Foxx for a new Netflix project – hear what tips Tom Brady has for her about un-retiring. And amid rising inflation, Vicky Nguyen shares top tips to enjoy a staycation this holiday weekend.
Tens of millions of Americans are expected to hit the roads and airports for the Fourth of July weekend – everything you need to know plus Al Roker's holiday forecast. Plus, the growing fallout over this week's explosive testimony from a former White House staffer – her account of the day now being defended by a key Republican on the committee. And, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is set to officially retire today and judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will be sworn in – Pete Williams breaks down everything you need to know. Also, a Consumer Confidential – why are coupons harder to find and how can you get the best deal?
The American Heart Association now considers healthy sleep patterns as key to your heart and brain health – cardiologist Dr. Jennifer Haythe shares tips on how to get a good night's rest. Plus, Savannah Guthrie chats with “The Goal Digger's” Jenna Kutcher about her new book “How Are You, Really? Living Your Truth One Answer At A Time,” and the three questions to ask yourself to turn your dreams into reality. And, Martha Stewart shares her secrets for a festive cherry pie that will look and taste great for your Fourth of July celebrations.
Savannah Guthrie and Peter Alexander are breaking down the fallout from Tuesday's January 6th hearing – former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson offers new details on former President Donald Trump's actions during the riot. Plus, 51 migrants have now died after being packed inside a sweltering truck in Texas – this, now believed to be the deadliest case of human smuggling in U.S. history. And, the latest on the pilot shortage ahead of the busy holiday weekend.
At least 46 migrants found dead inside a tractor-trailer in Texas and some survivors – including children – rushed to nearby hospitals. Plus, the latest fallout from the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade – judges in Louisiana and Utah blocking those states' abortion bans overnight as chaos and confusion continues at clinics across the country. And with millions traveling this holiday weekend, we're sharing what to do if your flight is canceled or delayed.
Protests and rallies coast-to-coast are expected to continue over the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Plus, Harry Smith shares the story of how baseball and playing catch healed a Missouri dad who lost his 16-year-old son in a car crash. And a TODAY Exclusive – meet Mr. Happy Face, the 17-year-old Chihuahua mix who won the World's Ugliest Dog Contest over the weekend.
Complete coverage on the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade – demonstrations growing coast-to-coast; where abortion is already banned; the impact on the upcoming midterm elections and much more. Plus breaking overnight: the U.S. plans to provide Ukrainian forces with an advanced missile defense system – this, as Russia carried out a series of new strikes across Ukraine. And, the start of a busy travel week is underway after yet another weekend of canceled flights and delays as millions get set to fly for the Fourth of July.
Breaking overnight: the Senate has passed the most significant gun safety package in decades – we're live in Washington, D.C. with reaction and what happens next. Plus, our conversation with swimmer Anita Alvarez who passed out in the pool and her coach who rescued her. And, will going topless soon be allowed on the beaches of Nantucket?
New developments in the alcohol-related hazing death of college student Stone Foltz – this morning, his parents are speaking out and have filed a new lawsuit. Plus, the Home Edit's Clea Shearer shares an update on her breast cancer journey – what she wants all women to learn. And, viral TikTok finance influencer Tori Dunlap (@herfirst100k) answers her most asked questions and shares her goal to meet Hoda Kotb on TODAY!
The latest on gas prices and inflation – President Biden calls on Congress to pass a national gas tax holiday to curb skyrocketing prices. Plus, Uvalde's school police chief has been placed on leave after weeks of anger and outrage over the response to the school shooting. And, Al Roker is tracking the extreme heat millions of Americans are facing.
Vicky Nguyen shares home cooking hacks to help fight those skyrocketing food prices. Plus, Hoda Kotb chats with Julie Andrews about her iconic career and her new role in “Minions: The Rise of Gru.” And, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Art Linson sit down with Harry Smith at the Tribeca Festival to talk about their classic crime thriller “Heat.”
Overnight, the Senate moves forward on new gun laws, a bipartisan deal, for the first time in nearly three decades. Plus, new details on the police response to the Uvalde school shooting – top law enforcement official labeling it an “abject failure.” And, another day of extreme heat for tens of millions – Al Roker has everything you need to know.
Khloé Kardashian is currently dating a private equity investor she met through her older sister, Kim Kardashian. Dave Chappelle announced that his alma mater will not be naming its theater after him. Amber Heard's conversation with Savannah Guthrie delivered only 2.3 million viewers, per Nielsen. OUCH! Donny Meacham joins Rob! Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
OIS Podcast host Paul Karpecki, OD, sits down with Ashley Brissette, MD, who just launched an eye-focused cosmetic skincare line called Eye Revive by Daily Practice. Now assistant professor of ophthalmology at Weill Cornell Medicine, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Dr. Brissette talks about her journey to physician and entrepreneur.We get to hear how the Canadian-born, one-time performing-arts student transitioned into medicine and made her way to New York City, where her roster of patients includes the New York Rangers and Savannah Guthrie of NBC News and “The Today Show.”After consistently being asked by female patients which consumer products were best for the skin around the eyes, Dr. Brissette decided to formulate the first and only 3-in-1 product to cleanse, hydrate, and remove makeup.This didn't come without its share of challenges and lessons. Listen in to learn more about this impressive young ophthalmologist and new business founder. Click “play” to listen.
Kim Kardashian is in Studio 1A! Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb are chatting with the business mogul about her newest beauty venture SKKN By Kim, busy life and love. And, U.S. Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick is on the Plaza fresh off his historic win. Also, Ken Burns stops by to talk about his powerful new documentary “Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness” putting a spotlight on youth mental health.
Breaking overnight: new details on the Uvalde school shooting including the first images of armed officers inside Robb Elementary after the gunman stormed in. Plus, the January 6th committee is set to hold its next public hearing and focus on what it says was the Trump campaign's effort to overturn the results of the 2020 election at the state level. And, Prince William turns 40 today – a closer look at how he's working to bring the monarchy into the future and taking on a bigger role within the royal family.
Could improving your heart health hold the key to slowing or stopping brain diseases? Maria Shriver has a closer look at a new study and shares the personal story of actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley. Plus, Blayne Alexander shares the powerful story of a former KKK building in Texas that is now being transformed into a place of healing. And, how The Refugee Orchestra Project is bringing together refugees from Ukraine, Afghanistan and other countries to help others.
An inside look at the ongoing travel chaos at airports across the country with canceled flights stranding passengers for days – tips for your summer travel plans. Plus, Savannah Guthrie speaks with White House Covid-19 Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha – the decision to approve the first vaccines for young children and what he wants all parents hesitant about those shots to know. And, a look at how Juneteenth celebrations and remembrances are being held across the country. Also, FINA has voted to ban most transgender women from top events – the reaction and what it means for the Olympics.
More of Savannah Guthrie's one-on-one interview with Amber Heard. Plus, ahead of Father's Day, Craig Melvin, Al Roker and Carson Daly get together for some fun at Coney Island to reflect on fatherhood.
Ahead of Father's Day, Carson Daly sits down with golfer Justin Thomas and his dad Mike Thomas – they are sharing their story and life lessons learned on the golf course. Plus, Gloria Estefan and Andy Garcia are in Studio 1A to chat about playing the bride's parents in the newly reimagined “Father of the Bride.” And, Carson Daly talks with Pharrell Williams about his Something In The Water music festival happening this Juneteenth weekend in Washington, D.C. and being inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame.
The Federal Reserve has dramatically raised interest rates as it tries to wrestle inflation down from 40 year highs – what this means for your retirement, credit card bills and mortgage. Plus, Al Roker is tracking that severe weather causing triple-digit temperatures, tornadoes and power outages. And, to rent or buy? Vicky Nguyen shares tips on how to determine the best path for your financial future.
Multiple children have been injured in an inflatable slide accident in Long Island. Plus as part of our network-wide series “Pride is Universal,” we're taking a look at how rapidly the LGBTQ community is growing – a generational shift in coming out. And, Hoda Kotb chats with Dakota Johnson about her new film “Cha Cha Real Smooth” and some other major roles in her future.
BTS announces hiatus. PEOPLE's Editor-in-Chief Liz Vaccariello stops by to preview the 100 Reasons to Love America issue featuring the Jonas Brothers and more. We bring you the latest celebrity relationship news featuring Jason Momoa, Katie Holmes, and Post Malone in this week's Heart Monitor. PEOPLE's Lanae Brody chronicles the second installment of the tense Amber Heard and Savannah Guthrie interview that aired this morning. For these stories and more, head to PEOPLE.com. Follow on Instagram: Janine Rubenstein - @janinerube Liz Vaccariello - @lizvaccariello Lanae Brody - @lanaebrody Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Federal Reserve is set to raise interest rates in an effort to fight inflation. Plus, Yellowstone National Park remains shut down after major flooding has washed out roads, bridges and homes. And, the entire city of Odessa, Texas, is without water amid heat wave – Al Roker has your full forecast. Also, an NBC News exclusive – more of Savannah Guthrie's one-on-one interview with Amber Heard.
Amber Heard breaks her post-trial silence, Hour Detroit congratulates us on a major award, Deshaun Watson media scrum, a new Sheen OnlyFans account leads us down Charlie's greatest hits, and Dr. Zhivago provides us info on Arnold Klein & Debbie Rowe.Mississippi, South Dakota and Utah are on our shit list as they appear to be the 3 states where we have no apparent listeners. Speak up and reclaim your states integrity.The Dollar Loan Center commercials lead us to Vince Neil's Tatuado Eat Drink Party and their 1-star reviews.Deshaun Watson spoke with media today and dodged questions regarding... you know... the thing.The Golden State Warriors are one victory away from the 2022 NBA Championship.Nick Britsky from Hour Detroit joins the show to congratulate us on being #1! They have a food and wine show coming up in August and you should check it out.Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards' daughter joins OnlyFans. Charlie is not happy about it. Charlie is on Cameo but will NOT reference his greatest hits.#ApologizeToMichaelJackson is trending after MJ: The Musical won some Tony Awards.We take a look at Patriot Front... and who would you rather nail?Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams or use the code dams to get a HUGE Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 1 additional month for free + a bonus gift! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!We chat with Dr. Zhivago, who crossed paths with Debbie Rowe and Arnold Klein. We try to get to the bottom of Paris and Prince Jackson's paternity.State of Shock is a terrible Michael Jackson song whether Mick Jagger sings along with him or Freddie Mercury.For Father's Day, you should go to drewandmikepodcast.com and use one of our sponsors to get your dad a gift.Amber Heard broke her post-trial silence with Savannah Guthrie and The Today Show.Britney Spears tees off on brother Bryan on another crazy Instagram post.We received a lot of reaction from our discussion about the January 6th insurrection. Jack Del Rio was fined $100,000 for his opinion on the matter.Jamaal Bowman predicts civil war and minority violence if Republicans win the mid-terms.Somebody by the name of Monica Conyers has lost her appeal. The good news is that she's heading back the the Superstation!Check out the latest ML Soul of Detroit right here.Kimberly Guilfoyle was paid $60,000 on Jan 6th for a quick and crappy 5-minute job. Must be nice.The parking garage at Detroit Metro Airport can be a scary place.Drew Crime: Drew tells the tale of a wife's murder and the lengths her loser husband went to cover it up.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Lizzo listens to fans and changes song lyric after backlash. PEOPLE's Nigel Smith breaks down the contentious interview between Amber Heard and NBC's Savannah Guthrie. Queen Elizabeth is absent from the Royal Ascot, and William and Kate plan to move out of London. Father's Day is just around the corner, and PEOPLE's Jeremy Parsons has the perfect gift ideas for dad. For these stories and more, head to PEOPLE.com. Follow on Instagram: Janine Rubenstein - @janinerube Nigel Smith - @nigelmfs Jeremy Parsons - @thejeremyparsons Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A new warning for parents about deadly drugs advertised on popular social media apps. Plus, the big return of class reunions after two years of delays – Vicky Nguyen shares the creative ways some groups are making up for lost time and how to handle your nerves. And, Jenna Bush Hager is launching “Read With Jenna Jr” – an extension of her “Read with Jenna” book club. She is sharing her conversation with beloved author Kate DiCamillo.
Amber Heard has broken her silence over the high-profile defamation suit ex, Johnny Depp, brought against her. In an NBC News exclusive with Savannah Guthrie, Heard said social media played a big part in her the verdict in this case. Heard says despite instructions from the judge to refrain from looking at social media, that exposure was unavoidable: "I think even the most well-intentioned juror, it would have been impossible to avoid this," Heard also says she will stand by her accusations that Depp abused her "to her dying day." Joining Nancy Grace Today: Dale Carson - High Profile Attorney (Jacksonville), Former FBI Agent, Former Police Officer, Author: "Arrest-Proof Yourself, DaleCarsonLaw.com Caryn Stark - NYC Psychologist, CarynStark.com, Twitter: @carynpsych, Facebook: "Caryn Stark" John Guard - Chief Deputy – Pitt County Sheriff's Office (Greenville, NC), Specializes in Investigating Domestic Violence Cases Susan Constantine - MPsy, Deception and Body Language Expert, Author: "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Reading Body Language", Founder: TheHumanBehaviorAcademy.com, New on-demand course: “How to Spot a Liar in 7 Seconds of Less" Charlie Lankston - FeMail Editor, DailyMail.com, Twitter/Instagram:@charlielanks See NBC's Savannah Guthrie's exclusive interview with Amber Heard: Tuesday, June 14 and Wednesday, June 15 on NBC's TODAY and Friday, June 17 on Dateline NBC 8 p.m. / 7 p.m. CT. TIP LINE: The National Domestic Violence Hotline - 800-799-SAFE or 800-799-7233 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
TUESDAY 6/14/22: Australia wildly celebrates making the World Cup. More of Amber Heard's interview with Savannah Guthrie is released and a comment she makes is unforgettable. Sabrina has someone to blame for the tampon shortage. An Arkansas man needs multiple police for his arrest.
All eyes on Wall Street and a closer look at the new recession fears with Americans facing an inflation crisis and soaring prices – the pressure on the White House to take action. Plus, more than 100 million people are waking up to a record-breaking temperatures – Al Roker has everything you need to know. And, an NBC News exclusive: Savannah Guthrie goes one-on-one with Amber Heard – her first interview since the defamation trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp.
Carson Daly takes us inside the breakthrough procedure he just underwent that could be a solution to his back pain. Plus, WNBC's Darlene Rodriguez shares an update on champion teen boxer Jesselyn Silva who is now battling brain cancer. And, celebrity personal trainer Bob Harper shares tips and products to step-up your walking game.
All eyes on Capitol Hill – a group of bipartisan senators announce a deal on new gun legislation, and the next January 6th hearing is being held this morning. Plus, 31 suspected white nationalists wearing masks and riot gear were arrested just blocks from a pride event in Idaho. And, a first look at Savannah Guthrie's interview with Amber Heard –an NBC News exclusive. Also, the growing concern over a shortage of lifeguards coast-to-coast – what you need to know before your next trip to the pool or beach.
TODAY's Summer Savings – how you can find the best gas prices, affordable vacation ideas and much more. Plus, we're remembering Judy Garland on what would have been her 100th birthday and why she means so much to the gay community. And, TODAY Bestsellers – the best beauty products for your summer makeup routine.
Key takeaways from the first primetime hearing on the January 6th insurrection. Plus, Uvalde's school police chief is under fire for his response to the mass shooting – how he's explaining and the evidence that shows some of the victims were still alive as authorities waited more than an hour to confront the gunman. And, new fallout after the PGA Tour suspends 17 players – including superstars Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson – for taking part in that controversial Saudi-backed league, LIV Golf.
TODAY's Summer Savings – Vicky Nguyen has everything you need to know about “buy now, pay later.” Plus, Harry Smith sits down with legendary sitcom director, James Burrows – the man behind “Cheers,” “Friends” and other shows. And, Valerie Bertinelli is back in Studio 1A for the first time since the pandemic – she's catching us up on her journey and is sharing her summer chicken thigh recipe.
6:03-NEWS 6:08-Man arrested for planning to assassinate Justice Brett Kavanaugh 6;26-Tim Burton looks back on the bat nipples 6:38-Man accused of planning to murder Justice Kavanaugh wanted to intimidate other Justices over the leaked Roe v. Wade opinion 6:45-Senator McConnell calls out House Democrats for not passing the Supreme Court Security Bill 7:03-NEWS 7:33-Watching anything but the Jan. 6th hearings tonight 7:45- CUT SHEET | Coldplay's Chris Martin sings Fly Eagles Fly | Biden calls Fox News the "Death Star" | James Carville wants the Democrats to embrace the issue of crime | Carville believe the defund the police movement is a bad move for Democrats | 8:08-House Democrats refused to pass the Supreme Court Security Bill to intimidate Justices overturning Roe v. Wade 8:24-NEWS 8:39-A clerical error resulted in one of the South Street shooters to obtain a permit to purchase a gun 8:41-Ex-Congressman pleads guilty to stuffing ballot boxes 8:47-Missouri woman is awarded insurance money for contracting an STD while driving a car 9:01-NEWS 9:08- Protestor interrupts WNBA game over the overturning of Roe v. Wade 9:25-A sequel to E.T.? 9:42- CUT SHEET | BIden trips going up the stairs on Air Force One | Senator Bob Casey says fighting for gun control is like WWII and 9/11 | Savannah Guthrie discloses her husband consulted Depp's legal team while she interviewed the lawyers | After tough primariers, Biden is sounding alarm on crime for both parties to move on | 9:55-Final Thoughts
9:01-NEWS 9:08- Protestor interrupts WNBA game over the overturning of Roe v. Wade 9:25-A sequel to E.T.? 9:42- CUT SHEET | BIden trips going up the stairs on Air Force One | Senator Bob Casey says fighting for gun control is like WWII and 9/11 | Savannah Guthrie discloses her husband consulted Depp's legal team while she interviewed the lawyers | After tough primariers, Biden is sounding alarm on crime for both parties to move on | 9:55-Final Thoughts
The January 6th committee is set to hold its first public hearing on the insurrection. Plus, survivors, witnesses and families have testified in the wake of America's latest mass shootings. And, an inside look at the drama between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie – why Pitt is accusing Jolie of selling her stake in their winery to intentionally harm him and his business. Also, the struggles and solutions when it comes to skyrocketing gas prices – what some families are now doing to make their fill-ups last longer.
Matthew McConaughey delivers an emotional speech at the White House on Uvalde victims and gun control. Plus, Hoda Kotb chats with Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum about reuniting in “Jurassic World: Dominion” three decades after the original. And, is it a “bones” or a “no bones” day? Noodle the Pug and Jonathan Graziano return to Studio 1A to fill us in on their new children's book.
Survivors and families impacted by the mass shootings in Uvalde and Buffalo are set to speak today on Capitol Hill. Plus, Uvalde native Matthew McConaughey's emotional speech at the White House on Uvalde victims and gun control. Plus, the national average of gas prices has surged higher overnight – now creeping closer to $5 per gallon. And, Savannah Guthrie sits down with Johnny Depp's lawyers Camille Vasquez and Ben Chew. They are speaking out for the first time since the verdict.
Breaking overnight: gas prices soar to their highest level ever – now on the cusp of $5 a gallon. Plus, health officials are sounding a new alarm over monkeypox amid rising cases. Also, Vicky Nguyen shares how and where you can save money as retail stores try to meet changing spending habits.
Top “obesity” scientists say they have discovered why some can't lose weight. Plus, Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb chat with Tribeca Festival founders Robert DeNiro and Jane Rosenthal as the 21st annual festival kicks off this week – how you can experience the films at home. And, the heartwarming reunion for the “Scrubs” cast a decade in the making.
Another weekend of gun violence across the country. Plus, record gas prices soaring overnight with the national average currently at $4.87 – is $6 per gallon around the corner? And, we're live outside Windsor Castle after Queen Elizabeth's surprise balcony appearance to close out her Platinum Jubilee – what's next for the royal family?