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January 31st, 2017

The right to say ‘I'm sorry’: Keep it short

The New York Times says the appropriate way to apologize is to keep it short and leave out excuses and explanations. Hoda Kotb asks if the TODAY anchors apologize to their spouses: “Are my lips moving?” Al Roker jokes.

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