"This is not political. ... It's about respect," the talk show host said in an interview about her own experience with abuse.
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."
Hoda Kotb’s worst nightmare came to life on “Today.” “Saturday Night Live” cast member Kenan Thompson did an impression of her on live TV.
Barbara Eden responded to criticism that "I Dream of Jeannie" wouldn't fare well after the emergence of the #MeToo movement.
“I was basically doing cocaine pretty much on a daily basis during the ’80s,” the actor admitted. He also opened up about his jealously over second wife Meg Ryan's career success in the 1990s. “I didn't think I was that small, but I was,” he said.
Kathie Lee Gifford returned to "Today" and shared an embarrassing story about a wardrobe malfunction when she was only wearing a robe.
“Apologies that are quickly followed by the word ‘but’ are always problematic,” Kelly said on "Today."
Mira Sorvino was interviewed on "Today" and reacted to the criminal charges against Harvey Weinstein.
Both women have adopted children, and the actress opened up about adopting her first son, Louis, and the role that Hurricane Katrina played.
Two of Bill Cosby's accusers, as well as attorney Gloria Allred, went on the 'Today' show and discussed his conviction.
Joanna Gaines is still working insanely hard, despite being a pregnant mother of four who is opening a new restaurant and promoting her just-published cookbook.
Everyone from Carson Daly to Ellen DeGeneres to Megyn Kelly to KLG to Kelly and Ryan got into the Halloween spirit big time on their respective shows.
On Tuesday, Kelly cut off legendary journalist and longtime NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw, who was part of a panel there to talk about the shooting in Las Vegas, during a Q&A segment with the audience.
Week one of Megyn Kelly’s very own hour of the "Today" show is in the books, and naturally there were some first-week gaffes. So, naturally, we want to take a look back at those.
About four months ago, Olivia Newton-John found out that her breast cancer, from which she was in remission for 25 years, had returned and had metastasized.
Jenna Bush Hager laughed about her poor fake ID plan when she was a college student and her father was president.
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."
Former Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon on Today never quite said it, but it sounded like she may be laying the groundwork for a run for New York governor.
On "Today," Elmo and Abby Cadabby from "Sesame Street" dropped by to introduce to the world the newest character, Rudy, Abby’s new stepbrother. He’ll first appear on the show on Aug. 5.