Despite that I truly like and admire Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Erica Hill independent of this show, I think someone behind the scenes is going to have to try quite a bit harder.
Instead of worrying about the health of our democracy, the new owner of NBC seems determined to take an already shrinking news division and turn it into a reality-TV set.
The five-day, five-destination travel extravaganza that is the Today show's Where in the World is Matt Lauer concluded this morning in Barbados after jaunts to Namibia, Spain, Switzerland and Malaysia. Kate Maxwell caught up with Matt half an hour after he went off air.
Matt Lauer is flying around the world this week, as part of the Today show's tenth installment of "Where In The World Is Matt Lauer." Just before he skipped town, he answered a few questions for us about how he travels and what he takes.
Actress Rita Wilson stopped by the 'Today' show to talk about the launch of Huff/Post 50, of which she is the Editor-At-Large. Talking about life in ...
Remembering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan alongside 9/11, tacitly justifying those conflicts, perverts our history.
It appears teenagers have become sentient. They're infiltrating our society, they've learned how to walk upright (sort of), and they've even started to create their own cryptic language.
NBC News, which has registered success in creating microsites around specific shows including the Today Show, will be expanding the number of microsites, says Vivian Schiller, Chief Digital Officer.
Jumping on a trampoline literally sounded like the fountain of youth to me.
I can no longer stand to watch a program that -- while brilliantly produced and written with respect to entertainment value -- perpetuates a horrible stereotype about women: that they are hysterical, unhinged and conniving.
On the "Today Show," Leslie pointed out that you cannot understand much about the causes of health and long life by studying only people who succeeded. They don't really know the answer.
Want to live to be a thousand years old? It's not far-fetched at all if you ask theoretician and geneticist Aubrey de Grey.
You can tell Meredith loved working at Today but chose to leave to spend more time with her family. As a mother, I applaud her. It's hard to leave a job where you are so respected and admired, but she recognizes motherhood is also an accomplishment.
Recently, More editor Lesley Jane Seymour let the world in on a little secret: Fashion editors cut the size labels out of clothes on fashion shoots, as not to damage the oh-so-fragile egos of actresses.
Every day on TV you can tune in and see a hair makeover, a body makeover, even a house makeover. But what does any of it matter when it's really your life that needs the makeover?
Are we so obsessed with self-image and plastic surgery these days that we think young children think like we do: "Mommy look, I have perfect boobs now!"