The actress joins TODAY to chat about her new NBC comedy series, â€œA to Z,â€ and jokes about what she looked like as a child. â€œI looked like a Sicilian Peter Pan,â€ she says.
In TODAYâ€™s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist and Tamron Hall discuss People magazineâ€™s report that George Clooneyâ€™s bride, Amal Alamuddin, gave a memorable speech at their wedding in which she said that she quit smoking for her new husband. Tamron jokes itâ€™s not a big sacrifice â€“ â€œyou get Clooney, or cigarettes.â€
Thursdayâ€™s installment of TODAYâ€™s â€œHope to Itâ€ series spotlights a nonprofit website called Matchingdonors.com, where patients are introduced to people willing to donate.
Fashion expert Rachel Zalis joins TODAY to suggest some easy, do-it-yourself options to update your fashion wardrobe.
The former â€œSaturday Night Liveâ€ writer joins TODAY to talk about his new sitcom, â€œMulaney,â€ in which he plays a character trying to make it big in comedy.
As TODAYâ€™s â€œShine a Lightâ€ series continues, the Grammy-winning singer joins TODAYâ€™s Hoda Kotb to talk about her musical team-up with Sara Bareilles to raise money to fight pediatric cancers. â€œTruly Braveâ€ combines Lauperâ€™s hit â€œTrue Colorsâ€ with Bareillesâ€™ hit â€œBrave.â€
The actress joins TODAY to talk about her lead role in the new NBC comedy â€œBad Judge,â€ in which she plays a tough, unorthodox judge with a messy personal life.
Natalie Morales, Willie Geist and Tamron Hall discuss a woman griping about sitting near a 2-year-old who threw a tantrum during a flight, and debated whether itâ€™s OK to say something to the parents of a misbehaving child. Natalie said she â€œwent offâ€ on a woman who asked her to quiet her son during a flight.
The walruses gathered on a beach in a huge, huddled mass, apparently gathered there to rest in the absence of sea ice.
Researchers looked at more than 5,000 older women and found that those living within 100 yards of a busy road were 22 percent more likely to have high blood pressure than those living 1,000 yards away.
A study found that women who experienced the worst and most prolonged stress, jealousy and moodiness in middle age were twice as likely as other women to develop Alzheimerâ€™s later on.
The pop singer is celebrating her signature songâ€™s 16th anniversary. â€œWhere did the time go?â€ she posted on Instagram.
USA Today entertainment reporter Andrea Mandell visits TODAY to chat about the hottest new apps, music and TV shows.
The WSJ's Diana Jou speaks to Cardinal Joseph Zen, the former bishop of Hong Kong, about why he supports the pro-democracy protesters.
Health authorities in the U.S. are monitoring at least a dozen people who came into contact with a patient diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas, Texas. (Photo: AP)