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NBC’s TODAY is the news program that informs, entertains, inspires and sets the agenda each morning for Americans. The daily live broadcast provides current news headlines, weather reports, interviews with newsmakers from the worlds of politics, business, media, entertainment and sports, and stories that help viewers with their finances, health and wellbeing.

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April 23, 2024 38 mins

A new study reveals surprising information on the difference of care you receive between male and female doctors. Also, NBC News Senior Business Correspondent Christine Romans details everything you need to know about health insurance and how to choose a plan that’s right for you. Plus, the story behind a beauty company that is making an impact on the environment. And, John Leguizamo live in studio 1a to catch up ahead of the relea...

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Colleges across the country are struggling to contain intensifying protests against the Israel-Hamas war. Also, NBC’s Kate Snow sits down with Susan Page, the author of a deeply personal new biography about the life and legacy of Barbara Walters. Plus, NBC’s Kaylee Hartung sits down with Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt ahead of the release of their new film “The Fall Guy.” And, Your Health: What to know about blood sugar and the foods...

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Colleges across the country are struggling to contain intensifying protests against the Israel-Hamas war. Also, first witness testimony in Trump hush money trial set to resume today following hearing on whether the former President violated gag order. Plus, Elon Musk and Tesla facing backlash ahead of their key profits report. And, In-Depth TODAY: A new study reveals surprising information on the difference of care you receive betw...

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LSU gymnastics star Olivia Dunne chats about her career and the team’s national title win. Also, rising mortgage rates are making it harder than ever to buy a home. Plus, breaking down five questions to ask when you next visit your primary care physician. And, a naval officer’s amazing journey for charity.

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TikTok could disappear from app stores nationwide unless its Chinese parent company sells it. Also, Kevin Bacon returns to the high school where Footloose was filmed to celebrate their prom day. Plus, great style solutions and finds. And, the Big Green Bus stops by the Plaza to celebrate Earth Day. 

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The former president is expected to be back in the courtroom this morning as opening statements are set to get underway. Also, some Republicans call for Speaker Johnson to resign after he worked with Democrats to pass a controversial foreign aid bill. Plus, Morgan Wallen addresses his arrest earlier this month at a bar in Nashville. And, rising mortgage rates are making it harder than ever to buy a home. 

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As the race for the U.S. Women and Men’s Gymnastics squads heats up, Shilese Jones and Fred Richards are among the athletes working toward their Olympic dreams. On this episode of The Road to Paris, Shilese and Fred share their personal journeys, and hopes to make their Olympic debuts. 

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Surprises and fan reaction as Taylor Swift releases her new album. Plus, Caitlin Clark’s historic week as America embraces its newest superstar. Also, Dr. Jen Caudle shares what medicines and medical supplies to keep, and which to toss. And, “George to the Rescue” renovates an 1890s home for a jazz lover with lupus. 

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Israel carries out a limited military strike against Iran almost a week after Iran’s unprecedented attack. Plus, more than 100 Pro-Palestinian protestors were arrested yesterday at Columbia University. Also, Colorado community comes together to honor and heal on 25th anniversary of Columbine shooting. And, some are calling it “Pop Girl Spring” as major women artists release highly anticipated new music.

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Israel carries out a limited military strike against Iran almost a week after Iran’s unprecedented attack - former Pentagon and CIA Chief of Staff Jeremy Bash joins us LIVE with more on the strike and the message it sends. Plus, NBC’s Kristen Welker has more on the massive foreign aid package moving forward on Capitol Hill. Also, 12 jurors have been seated in the Trump hush money trial as the search for alternates continues. And, t...

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Prince William resumes Royal duties for the first time since Princess Kate’s cancer diagnosis. Also, board certified surgeon Dr. Cedrek McFadden details all you need to know about common medications and how to use them. Plus, NBC’s Gadi Schwartz visits a community in Los Angeles where outdoor adventures are helping the people connect with nature. And, Sandra Oh and Hoa Xuande join the show to catch up and talk about their new serie...

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A major 911 call outage overnight impacts several states, leaving emergency responders scrambling for hours. Also, TODAY consumer: Many customers are facing shortages on weight loss drugs likes Zepbound. Plus, Orlando Bloom live in studio 1a to catch up and discuss his new Peacock series “To The Edge.” And, chef Mario Carbone cooks up a delicious Italian classic chicken parm recipe. 

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A major 911 call outage overnight impacts several states, leaving emergency responders scrambling for hours. Also, Speaker Mike Johnson moves forward with aid bills despite pushback. Plus, Prince William resumes Royal duties for the first time since Princess Kate’s cancer diagnosis. And, excitement builds for the release of Taylor Swifts newest album “The Tortured Poets Department” tonight. 

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With the countdown to the Paris Olympics just 100 days away, NBC’s Keir Simmons gets a behind-the-scenes look at how the city is prepping for the events. Also, the men’s 3x3 USA basketball team live on the plaza. Plus, NBC News Business and Data Correspondent Brian Cheung breaks down the Paris Olympics by the numbers. And, an inside look at a company that’s taking old school technology and putting a new spin on it. 

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Severe weather continues to impact several states in the Midwest, including extreme rain, hail, and tornadoes. Also, a recent viral video on being the youngest, oldest, or middle child has sparked conversation on the impact of birth order and how that affects our interactions with others. Plus, to celebrate 100 days until the Paris Olympics, the TODAY team is joined by a few Team USA athletes on the plaza.

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Severe weather continues to impact several states in the Midwest, including extreme rain, hail, and tornadoes. Also, seven jurors were seated in Donald Trump’s criminal trial as prosecutors and lawyers spar over 2020 social media posts. Plus, potentially trillions of cicadas are set to swarm parts of the country as part of a “double emergence” that hasn’t happened in 200 years. And, with the countdown to the Paris Olympics just 100...

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In preparation for the 2024 Paris Olympics, TODAY’s Craig Melvin is sharing a series of conversations with athletes competing for the chance to represent Team USA in Paris. Join Craig, along with NBC News Correspondent Stephanie Gosk and TODAY Contributor Ally Love, and hear from medal contenders as they share their preparation, what success looks like in Paris and what they’re most looking forward to at the Olympic games.

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