Bode Miller had a banner day at the Olympics Sunday, becoming the oldest person to medal in an Alpine skiing event when he took bronze at age 36.
But after the victory, things took an uncomfortable turn when NBC reporter Christin Cooper asked Miller about his younger brother Chelone, a snowboarder who died last April after suffering a seizure. With Miller becoming increasingly visibly emotional, Cooper maintained her line of questioning, asking Miller, "How much does this mean to you to come up with this great performance for him? Was it for him?"
Al Roker, Matt Lauer
Eight years after their first attempt at Torino, Matt Lauer and Al Roker are giving the luge another chance.
The Today hosts slipped into some patriotic spandex uniforms, and this time, Lauer got the chance to ride on top.
NBC's Bob Costas is hopeful that he'll be back on the air before the end of the Sochi Olympics after suffering from an eye infection that sidelined him earlier this week.
NBC's Bob Costas, who's been battling an eye infection as he covers the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, is taking the night off on Tuesday and will be replaced by Matt Lauer, Costas announced on the Today show Tuesday morning.
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NBC will live-stream all events of the upcoming Sochi Olympics except the opening ceremony, Variety reports.
Al Roker and Matt Lauer
Matt Lauer and Al Roker created a classic Today moment during the 2006 Winter Olympics when they loaded themselves into a two-person luge. Will they don the spandex uniforms again, this time in Sochi, Russia, for NBC's coverage of the games?
"I don't know if...
Jane Pauley, Bryant Gumbel, Matt Lauer
Viewers of the Today show will wake up to a couple of familiar faces Monday morning: Former anchors Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley will return to guest-host with Matt Lauer,NBC announced Thursday.
Olympic figure skater Evan Lysacek will not be competing in Sochi, he announced on Today.
"It's very difficult for me to say that, but my road to Sochi ends here," Lysacek told Matt Lauer on Tuesday. "It's been a difficult decision for sure. Right now my focus has to shift from training and preparing for Sochi ... to getting healthy and trying to heal this injury once and for all."
Nine days after injuring her knee, Lindsey Vonn is back on the ski slopes.
"I went skiing today!" Vonn posted on Instagram Thursday, along with the hashtags progress and thankful.
Lindsey Vonn is staying positive about competing at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi despite suffering an injury while training earlier this month.
"I'm confident it's going to be OK," the Olympic skier told Matt Lauer on Today. "At this point, that's all I can do, is stay positive. I'm kind of...