Residents in Manchester are using the hashtag #RoomforManchester to offer a place to stay for those displaced after the explosion at the Ariana Grande concert.
Rukmini Callimachi, correspondent for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about the value of any electronic clues, from laptops and phones to social media, in helping investigators track down the actors and organizers in any terror attack.
Democrats are expressing alarm at a report alleging that President Donald Trump asked two top intelligence officials to publicly deny collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign in the 2016 election
It’s time for Kathie Lee and Hoda to reveal their favorite things for the week, and KLG chooses Tim Tebow’s new book, “Know Who You Are. Live Like It Matters.: A Homeschooler's Interactive Guide to Discovering Your True Identity.” Hoda recommends personalized Oreos from Aunt April’s Sweet Creations in Picayune, Mississippi.
Malcolm Nance, terrorism analyst, talks with Rachel Maddow about past terror attacks at large public events that share characteristics with the explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.
According to a British tabloid, a dermatologist in LA offers a $4,000 treatment for “kninkles” – wrinkles above your knee. It involves painful laser treatments. Kathie Lee and Hoda invite viewer feedback on kninkles via Twitter.
Zac Haniff, who was in attendance at the Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena, describes the scene of panic and chaos as realization spread that an explosion had taken place as the concert ended.
Drake gets a lucky 13 wins at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas beating Adele's previous record, while Cher and Celine Dion reflect back on iconic songs and careers
Brian Balthazar of Pop Goes the Week fills Kathie Lee and Hoda in on the latest celebrity headlines, including Pippa Middleton’s Saturday wedding to James Matthews, where Prince George and Princess Charlotte stole the spotlight (even though the 3-year-old prince was spotting sobbing for a brief moment).
Rukmini Callimachi, correspondent for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about the types of clues that will be scrutinized by investigators in determining responsibility for the explosion at England's Manchester Arena.
TODAY’s Liliiana Vazquez goes behind the scenes of the upcoming reality competition “World of Dance” and sits down with executive producer Jennifer Lopez, her fellow judges Ne-Yo and Derek Hough, and host Jenna Dewan Tatum. Lilliana also learns some fancy steps from Hough himself!
Julissa Marquez is legally blind as a result of a stabbing more than three years ago. Wearing the eSight headset helps Marquez see nearly 20/20, something she never thought she would be able to do again. Roselle Chen reports.
Steve Greenberg, author of “Gadget Nation,” visits Kathie Lee and Hoda with an array of clever barbecue gear to put some sizzle in your Memorial Day, including a meat tenderizer that injects marinade inside the meat you’re grilling; a seven-in-one multipurpose barbecue tool, and a corn stripper that strips an entire cob of corn in just seconds.