“Harry Potter” actor Rupert Grint joins NBC’s Kerry Sanders for a spin on Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure, a new ride at Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort. Universal Orlando Resort is part of NBCUniversal, the parent company of NBC News.
“Oklahoma!” actress Ali Stroker, who made history at Sunday’s Tony Awards as the first performer in a wheelchair to win best featured actress in a musical, says on TODAY that her win was “a dream come true.” Stroker then meets a young fan named Henry, who also uses a wheelchair and sees her as an inspiration.
NBC’s Savannah Sellers sits down with New York Jets linebacker Brandon Copeland, an NFL veteran who’s also pursuing a different passion. During the off season, he heads to the University of Pennsylvania to teach young adults about handling their money.
Four years ago, the Rev. Sharon Risher’s four loved ones were murdered at a shooting in their place of worship in Charleston, South Carolina. Risher, who penned the new book “For Such a Time as This,” talks to Craig Melvin about how faith got her through.
The star-studded ceremony took place at San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California.
Jenna Bush Hager’s daughters, Poppy and Mila, send birthday wishes in adorable Instagram video to late great-grandmother and former first lady, Barbara Bush.
Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas of the Jonas Brothers take the stage for TODAY’s Citi Summer Concert series to perform “Sucker,” the first single off their just-released album, “Happiness Begins.”
On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, NBC’s Tom Brokaw shares the incredible stories of two veterans, medic Ray Lambert and nurse Marcella Ryan LeBeau, who went above and beyond to help those who stormed the beaches on that historic day.
TODAY style contributor Bobbie Thomas shares how she and her husband, Michael Marion, are finding strength after he recently experienced a serious medical scare. Now, nearly two months later, he is recovering, but has a long road ahead.
Jenna Bush Hager stops by The Plaza Hotel for peek behind the scenes of the glitzy New York City landmark. Julie Satow, author of the new book “The Plaza,” which documents the hotel’s thrilling history, leads the tour.