NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comKathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb discuss the viral video of 3-year-old Mateo, who gives a convincing argument to his mom on why he should get to eat a cupcake for dinner.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comJerry Sandusky's wife shares her side of the story in an exclusive interview with TODAY's Matt Lauer. Sandusky was joined by filmmaker John Ziegler in her State College, Penn. home.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comHappy 25th birthday, World Wide Web! With these NBC News archive clips from 1994 and 1995, we go back to when the World Wide Web and Internet were mere mysteries. See what Matt Lauer, Katie Couric, and Bryant Gumbel had to say so many years ago.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comWhat does a $1500 pair of socks feel like? TODAY.com takes a pair of the most exclusive socks in the world, the Cervelt sock from Harrys of London, for a test drive to see if people think they’re worth the price tag.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.com“Divergent” stars Theo James and Shailene Woodley join TODAY to chat about the intense training, including boxing, they underwent for the new, blockbuster-to-be action film.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comIt’s hard to remember a time without the World Wide Web, which turns 25 today. It’s an invention that forever changed our world, in ways we could never imagine. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comTODAY contributing editor and digital lifestyle expert Mario Armstrong looks back at some Internet game changers as the World Wide Web celebrates 25 years of connecting us all.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comIs it true that some people can feel the onset of rain in their joints? Courtenay Smith of Reader’s Digest and Dr. Steven Lamm join TODAY to talk about how our bodies are affected by the weather.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comAccording to the Identity Theft Resource Center, there were 619 data breaches last year, and 157 already this year. Financial editor Jean Chatzky joins TODAY to offer tips on how to make sure your finances are safe.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comAs part of TODAY’s “6 Months to a 6-Pack” challenge, nutritionist Joy Bauer and fitness trainer Jeff Halevy join TODAY to test some participants’ food and fitness smarts.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comA new BuzzFeed list reveals that some parents chow down on junk food while kids are asleep, and order toddler food at a restaurant so they can get a chicken nugget fix.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comIn TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Al Roker and Tamron Hall discuss reactions to Matt Lauer’s interview with the wife of convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comTODAY diet and nutrition editor Madelyn Fernstrom puts Kathie Lee and Hoda to the test about which foods have fewer calories: pizza or pasta and meatballs for dinner, or eggs rather than pancakes for breakfast.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comWhich Irish star has won three Best Actor Oscars? What is u2 singer Bono’s real name? Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, along with Pauline Turley from the Irish Arts Center, quiz fans on Irish pop culture.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comKathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb discuss a study from Purdue University that found peeing in the pool may be harmful to your heart and nervous system. The ladies recommend to “hold it in” while taking a dip.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comGadget guy Steve Greenberg shows how you can save space in your home with a collapsible tea kettle, a rack for 36 of your favorite pairs of shoes, and an iced tea maker that stores horizontally in your refrigerator.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comLiza Minnelli isn’t letting turning age 68 keep her from wowing audiences on her world concert tour, “Simply Liza.” She tells us she didn’t think Ellen DeGeneres’ joke about her at the Oscars was supposed to come out the way it did.
NBC TODAY Show series page at Hulu.comNBC News chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman joins TODAY from a Lebanese hospital along the Syrian border, where doctors are working hard to save the tiniest refugees in critical condition.