Julie Chen continued to show support for her husband, Les Moonves, on "Big Brother" one day after announcing her exit from "The Talk."
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward responded to the president's attacks ahead of the release of his new book, "Fear: Trump in the White House."
Maria Menounos opened up about her and her mother's struggle with brain cancer in her first live TV interview since having surgery.
Academy Award-winning actress Brie Larson and Savannah Guthrie bonded over their mutual love of "Star Wars" when Larson stopped by "Today."
Savannah Guthrie interviewed Simon Cowell on Today, and Cowell revealed that he will not be returning to American Idol. The singing competition is being rebooted by ABC, but the judges have not yet been announced.
On "Today," Jennifer Lopez opened up about her new boyfriend, retired baseball star Alex Rodriguez. The pair attended the Met Gala recently, and J.Lo revealed A-Rod’s secret talent: He can bust a move.
Savannah Guthrie surprised Matt Lauer on Friday. Friends forever! On Friday, Savannah Guthrie returned from maternity leave (momentarily) to celebrate Matt Lauer‘s 20th anniversary on Today. Lauer exited from the NBC doors to a large crowd as well as a receiving line of both past and present Today co-hosts, including Guthrie.
Ashton Kutcher sat down with Savannah Guthrie on "Today" and may have inadvertently revealed the sex of baby No. 2.
The Girl on the Train star Emily Blunt was on the Today show and chatted with Savannah Guthrie about being pregnant with her, and husband John Krasinski’s, second daughter, Violet, while filming the movie. “Poor sweet Violet rattling around in there while I played the alcoholic,” Blunt said with a smile. “Did that, it sounds like a weird question, but did it help in the sense of here you have all these kind of hormones and feelings?” asked Guthrie.
Another Olympics, another chance for Matt Lauer and Al Roker to wear spandex. At least that’s what most Today anchors are hoping for as the morning show broadcasts from the Games in Rio.
President Obama chatted with Savannah Guthrie about one of the odder stories from his presidency: that he eats “seven lightly salted almonds” nightly.
Ever since Daniel Craig eluded to not returning to the James Bond franchise, the question on everyone’s mind is who will step into the role. Maybe Damian Lewis?
"Today" meteorologist Dylan Dreyer announced she was pregnant with her first child. Earlier that week, fellow anchor Savannah Guthrie revealed she was pregnant.
Today anchor Savannah Guthrie announced that she is pregnant with her second child on Tuesday. “Well, yeah, I am pregnant!” exclaimed Guthrie, much to the excitement of her fellow Today anchors. There was an unfortunate caveat to the news, though, regarding Guthrie attending the Olympics this summer in Brazil.
Remember Rachel Dolezal? She returned to "Today" on Tuesday to follow up her previous awkward interview with another awkward interview.
Donald Trump addressed the assault charge against his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, in a contentious interview on ‘Today’ with Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie.
In a telephone interview with Today’s Savannah Guthrie, Richard Simmons addressed rumors surrounding his 2 year absence from public life. A report from New York Daily Mail over the weekend claimed that Simmons was being held against his will by his housekeeper Teresa Reveles. “I just sort of wanted to be a little bit of a loaner for a while,” explained Simmons, “You know I had hurt my knee, Savannah, and I had some problems with it.
Dr. Amy Wechsler came by Today on Friday to give cosmetic treatments to hosts Savannah Guthrie and Carson Daly. Wechsler started off with Daly by injecting some Juvéderm, or fillers, for his smile lines. Daly said, “It does not hurt — and it’s not as painful as the tattoos, for sure.