Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb seemed stunned to learn their former colleague had been accused of rape.
The "Today" co-host said he'd "never had a reaction" like it.
The "Today" co-host poked holes in the White House press secretary's claims about the Russia probe.
The Native American activist spoke on the "Today" show Thursday, a day after Kentucky teen Nick Sandmann defended his standoff that went viral.
Covington Catholic High student Nick Sandmann told NBC he was "not disrespectful" to Native American activist Nathan Phillips.
The incoming House speaker refused to say special counsel Robert Mueller couldn't seek an indictment against President Donald Trump.
"When you have a toddler, every hour is six hours,” said the "Today" co-anchor.
"Mascara is overrated," says the "Jurassic Park" actor in a weird video on Pitchfork.
The former first lady doesn't agree with recent comments made by Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder.
DeGeneres and Savannah Guthrie discussed the sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
And she is 100 percent correct.
Maroney told "Dateline" she reported the abuse to John Geddert during the 2011 World Championships, but he did nothing.
From her new role on "Today" to first-time motherhood, here's what she thinks about all of it.
Kotb told People magazine that she'd rather be happy for "the job I liked" than for her "pay day."
He apologized while also characterizing some of the allegations leveled against him as "untrue or mischaracterized."
"You don’t have to be pigeonholed.”