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The golf legend suffered serious injuries to his right leg in Tuesday's rollover crash in the Los Angeles area.
Sterling K. Brown, Ava DuVernay show support for #TimesUpGlobes.
The first Fred Segal store opened in 1961 in West Hollywood and quickly attracted a high-profile clientele.
The "Born This Way" singer called her dog walker, Ryan Fischer, who was shot by the unknown suspect who made off with the dogs, a "hero" in her message.
Thompson said he and the late "Jeopardy!" host were patting each other on the back when they chatted at an event a couple of years ago.
Even Katy Perry is getting in on this Poké-party.
One thing she's not doing is hiding out; Dench says she'll continue working.
"Violence ensued at the opera," Urban joked.
Here's TODAY's special list of March recommendations you won't want to miss.
The latest photos from the set of the upcoming biopic “Spencer” once again prove that the “Twilight Saga” star makes a picture-perfect princess.
Prince Harry certainly made himself right at home!
The nickname is short and sweet!
Prince Harry spoke with James Corden about why he and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, decided to break with the British royal family. "It was never walking away," Harry said.
Clarkson said she feels lucky to have the "gift" of music to help her process her emotions.
The change will appear on boxes this year.
The 55-year-old actor told Hoda and Jenna she's focused on her recovery.
From Tom Hanks to Prince Charles, these public figures have been candid about testing positive for the coronavirus.
We remember the musicians, actors and other celebrities who have died of complications of COVID-19.
At 21 years old, Toni Breidinger is already a record-breaking driver. Now, she’s opening up about her fastest race yet — at Daytona International Speedway.
The person walking the dogs was also shot, TODAY confirmed.
It's a performance that simply wowed her fans.