7/22/2012 12:09 AM ET
On Saturday's Today show, as NBC corresponent Michael Isikoff - formerly of Newsweek - filed a report on the drive to make people safer at movie theaters after the Aurora massacre, he concluded ...
7/19/2012 4:04 PM ET
Seizing on a handful of Republican members of Congress questioning
Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin's supposed tenuous family connections
to the Muslim Brotherhood, on Thursday's NBC Today, ...
7/18/2012 10:59 AM ET
During a panel discussion on Tuesday's NBC Today, advertising executive Donny Deutsch predicted a political comeback for disgraced ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner: "...he's a good politician, I ...
7/17/2012 4:34 PM ET
In an interview with singer Elton John on Tuesday's NBC Today
that focused on the performer's AIDS awareness activism, co-host Matt
Lauer teed him up to rate recent presidents on combating the ...
7/17/2012 2:24 PM ET
Offering some pro-Obama fluff on Tuesday's NBC Today, news
reader Natalie Morales gushed over the President and First Lady getting
caught on the "Kiss Cam" at a basketball game during a "date ...
7/17/2012 11:40 AM ET
In an otherwise tough interview with Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter on Tuesday's NBC Today about the negative tone of the President's re-election bid, co-host Matt Lauer failed to ...
7/17/2012 9:24 AM ET
In an interview with Republican strategist Steve Schmidt on Monday's NBC
Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie portrayed Mitt Romney's decision not to
release more tax returns as a sign of guilt: ...
7/16/2012 4:42 PM ET
At the top of Monday's NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie kept up the drum beat for Mitt Romney to release more tax returns as she proclaimed: "Mounting
pressure. Mitt Romney facing new calls ...
7/13/2012 12:42 PM ET
In a campaign report for Friday's NBC Today, correspondent
Peter Alexander touted a sound bite of President Obama telling CBS's
Charlie Rose: "...the nature of this office is also to tell a ...
7/13/2012 10:30 AM ET
In an interview aired on Friday's NBC Today, former President Bill
Clinton began by attacking Republicans: "I'm not sure both sides want
the economy to get better....I know what Senator ...