Trevor Noah talks about his upcoming Netflix comedy special “I Wish You Would” and the reasoning for his departure from “The Daily Show.” He also shares a hilarious experience in which he was mistaken for The Weeknd at a basketball game.
Thursday, December 1
House moves to avert rail strike, economy shows signs of growth
There is new evidence that the push to rein in inflation could be working as the U.S. economy is starting to show signs of strength. Meanwhile, the House passed a bill forcing an agreement between rail companies and their workers in an effort to avoid a strike leading up to the holiday shipping rush. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.
Tripledemic cases fill US pediatric hospital beds to capacity
Vigils held for victims as University of Idaho mystery deepens
A large vigil took place Wednesday night at the University of Idaho for the four young students killed in the unsolved mystery. While the public waits for answers, Moscow police are now saying they do not know if the residence or any occupants were anyone was specifically targeted. NBC’s Morgan Chesky reports for TODAY.
FTX founder, Sam Bankman-Fried, speaks out: 'I screwed up'
Team USA gears up for World Cup matchup against Netherlands
TODAY's Al Roker readmitted to hospital due to complications
Judge declares mistrial in actor Danny Masterson’s rape trial
House committee receives Trump’s federal tax returns
Middle school kid hits a full court shot right at the buzzer
Holiday shipping dates to watch as Christmas approaches
Christine McVie, hitmaker for Fleetwood Mac, dies at 79
3rd Hour of TODAY
Get a first look at Harry and Meghan's Netflix trailer
How to keep calm and rested during the stressful holiday rush
Neil deGrasse Tyson talks new book, shares future predictions
Astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson talks about his latest book “Starry Messenger: Cosmic Perspectives On Civilization,’ where he challenges readers to view life’s most-discussed topics through a scientific and cosmic lens. He also talks about his predictions for the year 2050 and how he got James Cameron to change a scene in “Titanic” years later.