Garrick Utley, a former NBC News anchor and a longtime correspondent for the network, died Thursday night at his home in New York City, The New York Times reports. He was 74.
Utley died from prostate cancer, his wife, Gertje Utley, told the newspaper.
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Tamron Hall has officially joined the third hour of NBC's Today as a co-host.
Hall, a frequent substitute during the 7 to 9 a.m. hours of the morning program, became an official member of the family on Monday.
Elaine Stritch has always been known to tell it like it is, but that trait got the veteran actress in some hot water on the Today show Tuesday.
Stritch, 89, dropped the F-bomb when...
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, 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.
Lindsey Vonn is making the most of her break from competitive skiing. Vonn, 29, has signed on as an Olympics correspondent for Today and NBC Sports for the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympics, which kick off on Feb. 6.
In her new role, the gold medalist will report daily from the U.S. for Today and will contribute to additional Olympics coverage, such as...
Cara Gosselin, Kate Gosselin, Mady Gosselin
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Cara Gosselin, Kate Gosselin and Mady Gosselin
Kate Gosselin went on the Today show Thursday morning to convince viewers that, contrary to some reports and comments from her ex-husband Jon Gosselin, her children are fine and have no developmental disabilities.
But the move may have backfired, since Gosselin's 13-year-old twin daughters, Cara and Mady, clammed up and essentially refused to speak throughout the entire segment — prompting some awkward (and unsuccessful) prodding by their mother.
Tamron Hall is serious talks with NBC News to become a co-host on the third hour of the Today show.
People familiar with the discussions tell TV Guide Magazine that Hall will be added to the current line-up of Natalie Morales, Al Roker and...