Hurricane Ian has claimed the lives of more than 100 people as crews continue their frantic search for survivors and victims. Questions remain whether evacuation orders came soon enough. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for TODAY from Fort Myers and Al Roker is tracking the storm’s remnants.
Tuesday, October 4
North Korea fires missile over Japan, sparking warning message
Iran supreme leader accuses US of orchestrating protests
New report describes ‘systemic' abuse in US Women’s Soccer
Fan tackled by 2 Rams players after running onto the field
Biden reportedly told Al Sharpton he will seek re-election in 2024
Trump letters to Kim Jung Un missing from National Archives
Buying a Christmas tree this year? Expect to shell out a bit more
Kim Kardashian ordered to pay $1.3M after touting crypto
Federal regulators are charging Kim Kardashian with unlawfully touting a cryptocurrency on her Instagram account and not adequately disclosing how much she was getting paid to post about it. She reportedly agreed to pay the SEC $1.3 million and to not promote any crypto assets for three years. NBC’s Emile Ikeda reports for TODAY.
How a potential jet shortage could impact your future travel plans
Team of fishermen accused of cheating by stuffing fish with weights
Elon Musk angers Zelenskyy over Twitter poll on Ukraine peace plan
3rd Hour of TODAY
McDonald’s unveils Happy Meal for adults - toy included!
‘The New Royals’ author talks new era for the British monarchy
It’s been nearly a month since the death of Queen Elizabeth II ushered in a new era for the monarchy. Author Katie Nicholl talks about her new book “The New Royals” and how King Charles III has been preparing to take the reins. She also gives insight into the enduring relationship between the queen and Prince Harry.
Get the scoop on what it takes to be a flavor guru at Ben & Jerry's
Pink Power: Products that support the fight against breast cancer
Doctor on how 'effective parenting' can support teens' mental health
TODAY with Hoda & Jenna
Jamie Lee Curtis posts then-and-now photos for ‘Halloween’
Jamie Lee Curtis posted a throwback a photo from when she first played Laurie Strode in the “Halloween” franchise in 1978 along with a more recent one ahead of the release of the latest installment. Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager talk about the pros and cons of sticking to the same job for a long time.