In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, John Legend joins Willie Geist to share the process behind writing his new album ‘Legend,’ and discuss his excitement around having his third child with wife Chrissy Teigen.
Sunday, September 25
Tropical Storm Ian expected to intensify into major hurricane
Fiona strikes Canada in country’s strongest storm in history
Over 730 anti-mobilization protesters arrested across Russia
How concerned are US officials about Putin’s nuclear threat?
Anti-government protests continue across Iran, at least 41 dead
North Korea fires ballistic missile off its East coast into sea
How routine anxiety screenings can help American’s mental health
For the first time ever, all adults in America are recommended to get routine anxiety screenings as regular part of doctor’s visits, regardless of symptoms. The potentially life-changing guidance can help people who have gone years without getting mental health treatment. NBC’s Sam Brock reports in this week’s Sunday Focus.
How NJ schools are taking climate education beyond science class
New Jersey’s Chatham High School is helping students find a solution to climate change by incorporating it across all their classes. The new state-mandated curriculum aims to prepare the future generation to be a part of the solution and make a difference. NBC’s Anne Thompson reports in this week’s Sunday Spotlight.
Rommy Hunt Revson, inventor of the Scrunchie, dies at 78
Rommy Hunt Revson, the inventor of the Scrunchie in 1986, has died at the age of 78. Revson got the idea for the revolutionary fashion accessory as a recently divorced nightclub singer looking for a better, less-painful way to tie-back her hair, and the rest is ponytailed history. Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist remembers a life well lived.
Blind boy meets firefighters for first time in heartwarming visit
Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist runs through the Highs and Lows of the week, including football legend Eli Manning going undercover for a walk-on tryout at Penn State, the questionable decision to equip a plane full of people with ukuleles, a blind six-year-old seeing a firefighter for the first time, and a runner becoming an accidental shepherdess.
Family vacations in Nashville with matching shirts and Sunday Mugs
3rd Hour of TODAY
Why NASA will deliberately crash a spacecraft into an asteroid
Can you get a flu shot too early? Doctor answers viewer questions
Get a better night's rest with these tips from a sleep doctor
The Bunny Museum breaks record for it’s one-of-a-kind collection
After Steve Lubanski gifted then-girlfriend Candace Frazee a plush bunny rabbit for Valetine’s Day, the couple began to amass a collection of rabbit items. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports on their one-of-a-kind museum in California recognized by Guiness Book of World Records for having the largest collection of rabbit-related items anywhere.