Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb are saying goodbye to 2018 with an epic show Monday evening. Celebrate with celebs including Michael Bublé, Ellie Kemper and Kenan Thompson!
In the digital age of communication, many would think typewriters would go extinct and replaced with modern devices. But, as NBC’s Joe Fryer finds out in this week’s Sunday Spotlight, the old technology is back in style thanks in part to revitalize businesses and the celebrity endorsement of actor Tom Hanks.
CNBC’s chief Washington correspondent John Harwood weighs in on reports that President Trump is lowering his $5 billion demand for border wall funding: “We are moving toward a situation where he ends up backing down.”
Powerful storms are sweeping across the country, with blizzard conditions in the Midwest and severe weather spreading in the South, NBC’s Ron Mott reports. Plus, TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer looks at the rough conditions expected to impact millions more.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say an 8-year-old boy from Guatemala died on Christmas Eve while under their care. Now, medical checks are being ordered for all children in custody. Meanwhile, President Trump doubled down on calls for a border “wall” or “fence,” and there are new details about the departure of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports.
President Trump has remained in Washington as most lawmakers have left town for the holiday. This marks the fourth day of the partial government shutdown. Garrett Haake reports from the White House.
Meet the Press Moderator Chuck Todd joins Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist to talk about the ongoing partial government shutdown and what it means for President Trump as top U.S. officials, including Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and special envoy Brett McGurk, resign. “We may look back on the Mattis resignation as the beginning of the functional end of this presidency,” he says.
Americans are waking up Saturday to a federal government that’s partially shut down with Congress at an impasse over President Trump’s $5 billion border wall. At least 800,000 government employees will not receive their expected pay check with Christmas days away. NBC’s Geoff Bennett reports for TODAY.
With rainy and windy weather conditions expected to snarl holiday travelers this weekend, NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez takes a closer look at air travel. So far, the biggest disruptions are taking place in the Northeast.
The Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale stopped by TODAY for a beautiful Christmas concert. See the group, led by choir alumnus Jeffrey Smith, perform a moving rendition of “Silent Night.”