Top Talkers: The CBS network has announced it will no longer be using a Rihanna song during its broadcast of Thursday night NFL games, seemingly as a response to the current controversies surrounding the league. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
Sen. Claire McCaskill and Steve Stoute weigh in on the controversy regarding CBS' decision to pull a Rihanna song from its Thursday evening football broadcast.
In this full-length video, President Rouhani talks about Iran's involvement in the fight against ISIS, possible cooperation with the United States and ongoing nuclear negotiations.
Noah Ritter, who went viral after being featured in a Pennsylvania newscast repeating the word, “apparently,” got a huge surprise when Ellen DeGeneres brought out what appeared to be a live dinosaur during Noah’s appearance on her show.
Actress Jada Pinkett Smith tells Kathie Lee and Hoda her family is excited to see her play a bad girl role in the new show “Gotham,” and she shares how she accidentally hit another actor with a bat while doing a stunt on set.
The talented Holderness family mesmerized the Internet with their family-friendly music video parodies. Carson brings them into the Orange Room to share a brand new video just for the TODAY Orange Room team.
George the goldfish is back to swimming, but with a surgical scar on his head: he recently had a tumor removed. His owners didn’t flinch at the cost.
Actress Debra Messing is putting on her detective hat and chasing down bad guys in the new NBC show “The Mysteries of Laura.” She tells KLG and Hoda that she still gets giddy and nervous on premiere nights for new shows.
The terrorist group released a slickly produced video threatening the White House and U.S. troops. It comes amid concern that ground forces may be necessary to stamp out ISIS. NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell reports.
A Chinese city has created separate cellphone lanes for pedestrians, warning them to walk in the proper lane if they’re texting.
In a deposition for a lawsuit tied to his “Blurred Lines” hit, the singer says he had almost nothing to do with the song, saying Pharrell Williams wrote it, and that he was “envious of that.” He also opened up about his drug use.
FedEx says it’s going to raise shipping rates starting in January. Rates will increase by about five percent.
Joe and Mika discuss the big news of the day.
Joel McHale serves up big news on "The Soup" from the big apple! We traveled to get the latest on Jay Z vs. Solange straight from Jay's hometown, Brooklyn. Meanwhile, Alec Baldwin found himself cuffed by cops for biking - and shared his opinion about it on Twitter. In other New York news, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian are having trouble renting a house in South Hampton for "Kourtney and Khloe Take The Hamptons." In difficult-to-watch news, we discuss Donald Sterling's sit-down with Anderson Cooper. In TV news, "Grey's Anatomy" makes us cry - and not for the reasons intended. All that plus your favorite reality clips of the week including "My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding," "Flipping Out," Marriage Boot Camp" and Joel's favorite, "My Cat from Hell."
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