Record producer Mark Ronson has worked alongside Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Amy Winehouse and Miley Cyrus to create some of the most recognizable songs in recent years. In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, the “Late Night Feelings” album producer talks to Willie Geist about how he built his successful career.
The gravely ill former NYPD detective made a what could be a final plea for Congress to extend health benefits for fellow 9/11 responders. ‘I’m not in a lot of pain. I have my family surrounding, and I’m at peace.’
Twenty-five years ago today, Studio 1A, TODAY’s home on the corner of 49th Street in Rockefeller Center, made its debut. To mark the occasion, the TODAY reflects on the move that changed morning TV with a look back at how it all began.
Selah Schneiter at 10 years old became the youngest climber to conquer Yosemite National Park’s El Capitan. TODAY takes a look at Selah’s five-day journey up the massive vertical rock formation then welcomes Selah and her parents to Studio 1A for a chat and a fun surprise.
Two crimes, a shooting at a historically black church in Charleston and another at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, have forever linked the Rev. Eric Manning and Rabbi Jeffrey Myers. TODAY’S Craig Melvin talks with the two leaders of those houses of worship.
Gina Rodriquez, the popular star of “Jane the Virgin,” announced publicly for the first time that she’d struggled with thoughts of suicide. In a candid interview for the Kennedy Forum in Chicago with NBC’s Kate Snow, the actress opened up about mental illness.
Amid mystery swirling around six unrelated deaths of American tourists in the Dominican Republic, Jimmy Buffett fans, who traveled to the Caribbean nation in April, are speaking out about coming down with a mysterious illness. NBC’s Molly Hunter reports.
Silicon Valley innovators believe they’ve cracked the code to living a longer and more productive life through biohacking — but some critics worry about its effectiveness and argue it’s synonymous with extreme dieting. NBC’s Kathy Park takes a closer look in this week’s Sunday Spotlight.
Critics and parents are raising concerns about HBO’s new drama series “Euphoria” and how it could impact young viewers. NBC’s Molly Hunter reports for TODAY.
In this extended interview, Madonna talks to NBC’s Harry Smith about creating her 14th album, “Madame X,” performing at Pride Island in New York City and what motherhood has taught her.