Rossen to the Rescue is the NBC News correspondent's first book.
In a report on Friday’s NBC Today about how people could defend themselves during a convenience store robbery, National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen and security expert Mykel Hawke suggested that shoppers should hurl groceries off the shelves at the armed criminals in an attempt to escape. Show More Summary
The “Textalyzer” device allows police to plug in and determine if a driver was using a cell phone to text while driving. Jeff Rossen shows how it works.
In a report for Monday’s NBC Today, correspondent Jeff Rossen touted a “rare jailhouse interview” with a convicted burglar to offer tips to viewers on how to prevent a home invasion. However, even as the incarcerated criminal explained...Show More Summary
On Wednesday’s NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie introduced “a new Rossen Reports series, Keeping You Safe” to show off “new technology that promises to protect you and help avoid attackers.” Correspondent Jeff Rossen declared: “Can...Show More Summary
A segment on Tuesday's episode of the Today show sought to dispel the myth that expensive designer makeup really makes a person more attractive than the drugstore stuff. Investigative reporter Jeff Rossen had a makeup artist give the...Show More Summary
Whether it's hopping on a city bus or hailing a taxi, public transportation has the reputation of being a bacteria hotbed. But are all cities equally grimy? Jeff Rossen and the Rossen Reports team used a bacteria meter to test public transportation systems across New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago to see how dirty they really are. Show More Summary
The Today Show's Jeff Rossen went undercover for a "Rossen Reports" segment investigating whether or not vendors' long-rumored "wedding markup" is real or just a myth. Accompanied by a hidden camera, Rossen told a venue, a photographer, and a DJ that he was planning a birthday party. Show More Summary
It’s been said that party vendors ? DJs, venues, videographers and the like ? charge more for weddings than for other types of celebrations. But is that true? “Today” show correspondent Jeff Rossen and producer Lindsey Bomnin went undercover to find out. Show More Summary
Experts say vendors often charge more for weddings than any other event. On hidden camera, Jeff Rossen compares costs for the same services.
Do you really need to spend a lot for your morning coffee, or is the cheap stuff just as good? Jeff Rossen set up a blind taste test to see.
Why do those games at carnivals and state fairs often seem impossible to win? Jeff Rossen reveals how three common games are often rigged.
Why is it sometimes so hard to grab a prize in a claw machine? Are they rigged? TODAY correspondent Jeff Rossen exposes the secrets.
Summer hasn't even started and already hot car cases are spiking. Jeff Rossen shows how hot a car can get, and how to safely rescue a child.
Rossen Reports' hidden cameras follow a retail expert as she demonstrates three ways to get big savings even at big, brand-name retailers.
Mediums say they can predict the future. TODAY national investigative correspondent puts them to the test with hidden cameras.
Fake tickets for many popular performers such as Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande and Billy Joel are sold online. Rossen Reports investigates.
Three new phone apps can help your kids safe when you can't be with them, and they're free: Companion, Circle of 6 and Lifeline Response.
With millions of children getting on school buses, NBC's national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen takes a look at why most school buses don't have seat belts, and just how dangerous that can get.