“Don’t worry,” Matt Lauer told a group of admiring fans. “I’ll be back on TV.”
A “well-placed source” told Page Six that Annette Roque, Lauer’s wife, forced him to leave the house they share with their three children.
“All we can say is we are heartbroken; I’m heartbroken,” Savannah Guthrie said.
When Rose Levy Beranbaum first met Joan Rivers, she was too shy to speak. But the next time she came face-to-face with the late comedian, she found her voice — through pastry.
Joan Rivers is under fire for a joke she made while on the “Today” show with daughter Melissa on Tuesday.
Forget dinner and flowers — Kathie Lee Gifford wants something a little out of the ordinary for her birthday.
In an intriguing interview on Monday’s “Today Show,” Chelsea Clinton said that she would be open to running for office someday.
39 years after she first got behind an anchor’s desk at “The Today Show,” sources have confirmed that Barbara Walters will be retiring in May 2014.
What’s good for the Jews? Well if you ask three Jews you’re likely to get five answers. Luckily the some of them are more entertaining to listen to than that of your grandma, rabbi or Seder companion. Rob Tannenbaum, a member of the musical comedy duo Good for the Jews — David Fagin is the group’s other member — this week shared some comedic opinions on the topic of Passover for Today’s “Who Knew” segment: