Where in the world is Matt Lauer? Staying home this year.
In a nod to the economy, the "Today" show is putting off its annual mystery trip where Lauer is sent to exotic spots such as the Taj Mahal or the Pyramids. Instead, NBC's morning show team will be spending a week in May exploring affordable vacation spots in the United States.
"Today" Executive Producer Jim Bell said he had solicited suggestions from viewers for this year's "Where in the World Is Matt Lauer" trip. Instead, many told him that in bad economic times, the extravagant trip sent the wrong message.
While her favorite celebrity experience involves Beyoncé and Blu, the star of 'A Simple Favor' tells Colbert she was pretty excited to meet and get a laugh out of then-President Obama.
Stephen enjoys a lovely conversation with actor and director Judy Greer, whose new film 'A Happening of Monumental Proportions' opens next week.
The man running against Ted Cruz to represent Texas in the U.S. Senate says we should be focused on smart security solutions and citizenship for DREAMers, not Donald Trump's proposed border wall.
America's favorite astrophysicist returns to The Late Show with a surprising argument for why Trump's call for a Space Force may be a good thing.
The legendary reporter and author of new book 'Fear' discusses his time-tested techniques for getting sources to talk, including some tricks he learned from folks at the C.I.A.
Host of 'The Talk' on CBS, Sharon Osbourne, shares a story about her husband Ozzy playing dirty pranks in hotels.
If only she'd accepted Donald Trump's invitation for a date, the legendary actress and star of 'The Children Act' might be our current First Lady.
While Trump is troubled by a White House aides' 'resistance' op-ed, former Secretary of State and 'Every Day is Extra' author John Kerry is troubled that there is a need for one.