TODAY contributor Jill Martin is back with another edition of Steals and Deals! This time, Jill has bargains on fall fashion, including sparkling jewelry, flattering activewear and slimming shapewear. Shop at TODAY.com/deals.
As Hoda Kotb continues to enjoy her maternity leave, the TODAY anchor shares adorable photos from her family beach weekend. She captioned the photo, “Every minute is precious.” Tune in tomorrow for a special message from Hoda about her return to TODAY.
Over the weekend, NBC chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel and his wife Mary welcomed a new son, Theodore Forrest Engel. Richard said, “He is healthy, happy, and thirsty. We couldn’t be more in love and now Henry is a big brother, too.”
Right-wing extremists and left-wing anti-fascist supporters clashed in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday, leading to at least 13 arrests. NBC’s Steve Patterson reports for Sunday TODAY.
The El Paso community came together in a time of grief to share their love and support.
As anonymous chat apps grow in popularity among kids and teens, experts are sounding the alarm on the dangers of interacting with strangers online. NBC’s Savannah Sellers speaks to a group of young adults about their disturbing experiences and shares how parents can keep their kids safe.
Megan Rapinoe and Christen Press, two players with the World Cup-winning U.S. women’s soccer team, talk on TODAY about why negotiations with the U.S. Soccer Federation about equal pay have broken down. “If it’s not equal, there’s no deal that we can get to,” Rapinoe says. “This isn’t bargaining. You either value us equally and show that or you don’t.”
Facebook is under fire for its handling of voice chat recordings from its popular Messenger app. Outside contractors tasked with transcribing those conversations reportedly felt their work was unethical. NBC’s Morgan Radford reports and shares how users can opt out of transcribing.
In his short film, “A New View of the Moon,” Wylie Overstreet goes up and down the West Coast with his telescope offering views to passersby. NBC’s Harry Smith asked him to bring his telescope to Central Park in New York City.
Olympic skier Bode Miller and his wife, Morgan, join TODAY to reveal that they will soon welcome twins. The happy news comes after a year of highs and lows for the family, including the tragic drowning death of their 19-month-old daughter, Emmy, as well as the birth of their son, Easton.