Kathie Lee and Hoda chat about their weekends and congratulate Sandra Bullock on turning 50. But poor Hoda starts experiencing a midlife hot flash during the show.
Dr. Lauren Streicher, a gynecologist at Northwestern University, offers tips for women who are starting to deal with menopause symptoms like hot flashes, troubled sleep and painful intercourse.
Guy Turland, host of online cooking show Bondi Harvest, shows Carson Daly how to make jerk marinated chicken and green apple salsa, step-by-step.
Police say they are questioning two suspects after a deadly carjacking that led to a car crash, killing three children and leaving the mother in critical condition. NBC s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
Melissa Cunningham, along with daughters Maggie and Harper, joined TODAY s Kathie Lee and Hoda to discuss their Books and Blanket Drive, which collects 10-15 books and a warm blanket into a crate to be donated to low-income families.
Nina Willdorf from All You demonstrates how you can clean your mop, sponge, dishwasher and washing machine to ensure you re not spreading more germs while cleaning.
Treasure hunters are flocking to Yellowstone National Park, hunting for what they believe is a multimillion-dollar hidden treasure. Park rangers say the hunt is not only illegal but dangerous. NBC s Janet Shamlian reports.
New information reveals that retired FBI agent Bob Levinson, who vanished in Iran in the spring of 2007, was doing work for the CIA at the time. NBC s Pete Williams reports.
The TODAY chat turned to cheating Friday morning when Kathie Lee and Hoda discussed the guilty feeling they have when they get their hair cut by another hairdresser.
To celebrate Kathie Lee and Hoda s special Giving Back episode, TODAY viewers shared touching stories of moments when unexpected acts of kindness impacted them or their loved ones.
Bill Clinton is blasting Republicans who have questioned his wife s health, including Karl Rove, who recently suggested she has brain damage. NBC s White House correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
Justices are taking up a challenge to state laws that ban spreading patently false claims in political ads. NBC s justice correspondent Pete Williams reports.
After porcelain dolls were found on the doorsteps of homes in San Clemente, California, neighbors feared it was a practical joke. Instead, the dolls turned out to be the result of some goodwill from a neighborly churchwoman. NBC s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
The pundit and author joins TODAY to talk about his latest book, The Last Days of Jesus, and the role of faith in culture. He also talks about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie s current status in the Republican party.
Two long-shot gubernatorial candidates, Harley Brown and Walt Bayes, provided some entertainment in the GOP primary debate Wednesday night, squaring off on controversial issues including same-sex marriage.
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