Al Roker

The "Today" co-host said he'd "never had a reaction" like it.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) said “we’re getting soft” for closing schools in subzero-degree weather, and his comments received some heat 🔥
When Roker was asked the origin of the dish's name, he said simply, “Because that’s what my mother told us it was.”
"I can be Doc Brown, and I wear the outfit and wig and not change my skin color," the "Today" host said.
The "Today" show host said his NBC colleague should apologize for defending blackface Halloween costumes. Later, Kelly did just that.
"I smile every day, and I definitely didn't smile every day before," said Chris Rock.
Discriminating against people because of their weight is not limited to famous people in music videos. It's hard on everyday people who have had a lifetime of conditioning to not speak out and endured subtle and not so subtle insults.
They are truly grateful for the riches life has bestowed on them, not just of the physical kind but also of the personal. Neither came from wealth and power so they can appreciate the journey their lives have taken.
I want to share an amazing story about human kindness, which is incredibly relevant during this week and centers around giving thanks. Two weeks ago my father passed away after a two-year battle against a rare form of non-smoking lung cancer.