IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    McCarthy and McConnell call out Trump for Fuentes dinner

    02:25
  • Never-before-heard Nelson Mandela tapes released in podcast

    04:00
  • William and Kate's visit to US kicks off in Boston

    01:58
  • Netflix documentary raises questions about Xanax overuse

    03:33
  • House Speaker Pelosi lights US Capitol Tree

    00:39
  • Hailey Bieber speaks out on ovarian cyst health scare

    02:33
  • New aerial video shows Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano

    00:26
  • Jiang Zemin, former Chinese president, dies at 96

    00:32
  • Oath Keepers leader found guilty in Jan. 6 case

    00:25
  • Christmas trees are costly this year, here’s how to save

    02:31
  • Police tow away 5 cars from University of Idaho crime scene

    02:50
  • Yunus Musah celebrates US win and birthday live on TODAY!

    03:27
  • Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle vote to pass Marriage Act

    00:32
  • US pulls out thrilling victory over Iran to advance to next round

    02:13
  • Tornado outbreak across South destroys homes, knocks out power

    02:59
  • Father and son share Native American culture through skateboards

    03:35
  • Sir Richard Branson talks new docuseries on his life

    05:45
  • Kevin Jonas shares ways to give back with The Salvation Army

    01:26
  • Widow shares her fertility journey after her husband dies of cancer

    04:19
  • World’s largest active volcano erupts for first time in a generation

    02:30

CDC director: We’re ‘looking at’ whether it’s still necessary to wear a mask outdoors

06:52

Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC, tells TODAY that she’s “really hopeful” that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine can be used again soon. She talks about efforts to overcome vaccine hesitancy and says the CDC is “looking at” whether it is still necessary to wear a mask outdoors.