Meredith Vieira asked viewers to tweet ways to treat her cough, and many people pulled through. So she and Jenna Bush Hager try some of their suggestions, including pineapple juice and whiskey with honey.
During a commencement ceremony at Brigham Young University, founded by the Mormon Church, valedictorian Matt Easton made an onstage pronouncement: “I stand before my family, friends and gathering class today to say that I am proud to be a gay son of God.” NBC’s Joe Fryer reports for TODAY.
When Julie Yip-Williams was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer at age 37, she began to write online about her journey. Her viral posts later became a book, “The Unwinding of the Miracle,” and her words also live on in the podcast “Julie.” TODAY’s Jenna Bush Hager shares her story.
The community of Poway, California, is reeling after a gunman opened fire inside a synagogue, killing a woman named Lori Kaye and injuring three others. NBC’s Steve Patterson reports for Sunday TODAY.
The 5-year-old boy who plunged nearly 40 feet from a third floor balcony at the Mall of America is showing signs of recovery and is no longer in critical condition. NBC’s Kathy Park reports for TODAY.
President Trump mocked his newest political opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, who just announced his 2020 presidential bid, saying on Fox News that he’s “not the brightest lightbulb.” NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports for TODAY.
Savannah Guthrie and Craig Melvin share a clip from Wednesday night’s “Jeopardy” that featured our very own Hoda Kotb as an answer to a question.
Robert De Niro, who is producing and starring in the anticipated Martin Scorsese-directed movie “The Irishman” for Netflix, weighs in on the ongoing debate about streaming services, saying this movie wouldn’t have been made without Netflix’s backing.
TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer heads way up north with the crew of Netflix’s new nature series, “Our Planet,” for a breathtaking look at the landscape and the creatures that inhabit the region.
This Earth Day, NBC’s Gadi Schwartz stops by the 3rd hour of TODAY to share simple ways we can all take better care of the planet, such as switching to e-bills and carrying reusable water bottles.