The “America’s Got Talent” personality says he and the singer are living apart. “There is trouble in paradise," he told Yahoo. "We have been living in separate houses for a few months.”
Indiana teen Austin Hatch talks to NBC news special anchor Maria Shriver about living through two horrific crashes, and his remarkable recovery. He’s heading to college on a basketball scholarship.
“America’s Got Talent” contestant and professional jump-roping group ‘Flight Crew Jump Rope’ stop by the TODAY plaza to discuss their run on the show so far, and put their act on display.
The stars of “Breaking Bad,” including Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston, join Al Roker after the Emmys to talk about the show’s winning final season which earned them six awards.
TV Guide reports that John Stamos is spearheading a drive to reunite the cast of “Full House,” the popular TV sitcom of the ’80s and ’90s.
Missouri’s governor is ordering the National Guard to pull out after a third straight night of relatively peaceful protests. NBC’s Craig Melvin reports.
New images emerge of widespread damage in California. More than 200 people were injured and hundreds of buildings were damaged. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
A boat went airborne during a race in Missouri over the weekend, throwing two men from the craft. One is OK, but the other is in serious but stable condition.
The law requires new smartphones to have anti-theft security features that allow an owner to disable their phone by remote control.
As Starbucks debuts the highly-anticipated seasonal drink, Tamron Hall, Willie Geist and Al Roker debate its deliciousness.
In TODAY’s Take, Willie Geist, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall discuss the accidental shooting death of an instructor by a 9-year-old girl during a lesson at an Arizona firing range.
A Mexican soldier twisted helplessly in midair when he got tangled in static lines. He dangled for more than a minute before being safely hauled back on board the aircraft.
A violinist warms up for a concert by giving a private performance to a pair of elephants in Wisconsin, who appear to feel moved by the music.
A 22-year-old who’d been living on the streets of Hollywood accepted the singer’s award at Sunday’s Video Music Awards. They met after Cyrus visited a homeless shelter.
The parents of slain teens Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin, talk with NBC's Craig Melvin about the tragedies that have linked them. Michael Brown is being laid to rest Monday.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!