Both women have adopted children, and the actress opened up about adopting her first son, Louis, and the role that Hurricane Katrina played.
The incident contributed to Cosby being found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault in his trial last month. The “Dateline” special, which also includes interviews with Cosby accusers Janice Baker-Kinney, Lise-Lotte Lublin, Heidi Thomas and Chelan Lasha, airs Friday at 10/9 c on NBC.
Meghan Markle's co-stars were invited to the highly anticipated royal wedding.
In an appearance on the "Today" show, Rachel Gill and Charo Bishop said that while they couldn’t speak on behalf of their former teammates’ feelings, they didn’t feel any pressure during the trip.
Two of Bill Cosby's accusers, as well as attorney Gloria Allred, went on the 'Today' show and discussed his conviction.
Amy Schumer's recent wedding may have surprised fans, but she says it didn't take too long for her to know that her husband was the one.
On the "Today" show, Hoda Kotb, herself the new mother of an adopted daughter, revealed some good news to a couple who have been on a long journey to adopt a child.
Jeffrey Tambor’s former assistant appeared on “Megyn Kelly Today” on Wednesday, revealing new details from her sexual misconduct accusations against the “Transparent” star, including her claim that Tambor admitted to watching her sleep naked.
Olympic gymnast Shannon Miller spoke out against convicted sex abuser Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics doctor, and the issues surrounding the organization on Today.
Addie Zinone, the ex-"Today" show staffer that detailed her alleged month-long affair with Matt Lauer in Variety last week, appeared on "Megyn Kelly Today" on Monday morning to further explain her story and reveal the blowback she's received since coming forward.
Following NBC News Chairman Andy Lack's announcement on Wednesday morning that Matt Lauer had been fired from NBC News, more details have emerged on the longtime anchor's alleged history with sexual misconduct.
This morning, Victoria Beckham sat down with the Today show’s Savannah Guthrie. And sadly, the former Spice Girl quashed any hopes of there being a reunion for the girl group. “There won’t be a reunion because I think that when we performed at the Olympics it was so great, and that was us celebrating everything we’ve achieved.” However, she let us know that there is only love between all of the girls. “I still talk to all the other girls, we’re still very close, but I think you need to know when it’s time to say, ‘That was great, we achieved a lot,’ and everyone moves on.”
It was Halloween on Monday, and once again daytime TV shows spared no expense, and their dignity, to dress up. Today went 90’s-themed, which included odes Pulp Fiction, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Regis and Kathy Lee, Steve Urkel and of course, a puffy shirt-wearing Matt Lauer as Jerry Seinfeld.
A day into his suspension over the Trump tapes, Billy Bush, far from his usual polished self, was spotted Monday in a T-shirt and flip-flops, unshaven and looking generally worse for the wear, as talk of his impending ouster from NBC and the "Today" show grew. Reports are that it is just a matter of time before he and NBC will part ways.
On Today, Natalie Morales hung out with Britney Spears in Las Vegas at Planet Hollywood, where the pop star puts on 90-minute shows three times a week. “It’s like my second home,” Spears said of her residency in Las Vegas. Spears is fresh off her first studio release in three years, “Glory,” but insists she’s not making any sort of comeback.
The previous record for the Texas skip was 80, but Javier Escamilla was feeling confident and said his goal was 100, meeting it on Today for a new world record.
Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, the filmmakers behind the binge-tastic Netflix hit Making a Murderer, stopped by Today Tuesday with breaking news. In the midst of the buzz surrounding the documentary series, one of the jurors from Steven Avery’s trial reached out to them with some more insight as to how they reached their verdict.
On Today Wednesday, all five kids who found golden tickets in Willy Wonka the Chocolate Factory way back in 1971, reunited after 44 years. They reminisced about many things including what it was like to play Veruca Salt, the scene that took 76 takes because it involved in Oompa Loompa doing cartwheels, and of course working with a legend like Gene Wilder.
Bruce Willis appeared on Today for the first time in 21 years, and apparently he and Matt Lauer had 21 years of awkward pauses to get out of the way. When Lauer playfully asked if he had done something wrong the last time they spoke, Willis said, “Yeah.” And when asked to explain, Willis could only take a long pause and then eventually begin talking about his hair.
Jennifer Connell, the woman dubbed by some in the media as “the worst aunt ever” for trying to sue her nephew, appeared on Today alongside that very nephew, Sean, to clear the air. She described the situation as a “formality with an insurance claim” and admitted to be confused and uncomfortable with the details from the very beginning.
Matt Lauer Asks Donald Trump if He Has a Crush on Megyn Kelly As you may have heard, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been in an ongoing feud with Megyn Kelly after the first GOP debate, where Trump thought Kelly asked him “inappropriate questions.” The most recent chapter in this story involves Trump tweeting negative comments about Kelly as she returned to her Fox News post after a brief vacation. On Wednesday’s edition of Today, Matt Lauer asked Trump why he’s allowed Kelly to get under his skin.