Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd and NBC’s Kristen Welker joins Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist to discuss the week since the completion of the Mueller report. “I think we’re going to have a fight over the contents of the Mueller report for months,” Todd says.
TODAY’s Peter Alexander takes a look back at some of the biggest stories of the week, including Michael Avenatti being accused of multiple federal crimes, a Boeing plane forced to land after engine problems and Apple unveiling a new streaming service.
For the latest in our TODAY in the Wild series, National Geographic filmmakers and NBC’s Keir Simmons explore amazing animals in Africa forced to adapt to a new environment. They also look at how we can help these struggling creatures survive.
Tina Glandian, the attorney for “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett, tells TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie that “we have nothing to be concerned about” after President Trump tweeted the FBI and Justice Department will review her client’s case. “To my knowledge, nothing improper was done.”
Capitol Hill lawmakers questioned Education Secretary Betsy DeVos over her department’s proposed budget cuts, including a call to slash all $18 million in federal funding for the Special Olympics. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports for TODAY.
TODAY’s Natalie Morales rides along with Donny and Marie Osmond in Las Vegas, and gets the scoop on their early career and how close they came to working with David Letterman.
Rescue helicopters have evacuated hundreds of passengers aboard a stranded cruise ship in violent waters. The Viking Sky lost engine power on Saturday off the coast of Norway. NBC’s Sarah Harman reports for Sunday TODAY.
The Powerball jackpot has hit $625 million. The drawing has the potential to become the seventh-largest in U.S. history.
Our very own Willie Geist is featured in the latest issue of “Variety” for a piece in which he talks about balancing his roles on Sunday TODAY and MSNBC’s Morning Joe.
March Madness has ascended, and the TODAY anchors have their picks prepped. This year, Savannah Guthrie stands in solidarity with Craig Melvin, picking Wofford College to win it all.