Just when we thought the Justin Bieber press couldn’t get any worse, along comes the NBC News Investigations team of Richard Esposito, Tom Winter, Jeff Rossen and Monica Alba. The quartet’s exclusive report outlines a litany of additional...Show More Summary
With every awkward morning show moment, a viral meme can’t be far behind. It all started when Jeff Rossen took Al Roker‘s seat at the “Today” anchor desk on Friday, forcing Roker to lurk awkwardly in the background. Carson Daly spotted...Show More Summary
NBC “Today” weatherman Al Roker heated up social media with a new phenomenon Friday: #Rokering. Roker stood behind a lamp on set in the backdrop of investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen: and a meme was born. Within minutes, #Rokering...Show More Summary
This past week has certainly been an interesting one, probably one of the most interesting of my career. For those who haven’t been following the story let’s bring everyone up to speed. This week Jeff Rossen with NBC news aired an undercover report in which he tested the security of several New Jersey schools by...
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What you see may not be what you get. TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen and his team found that sale prices advertised by major retailers -- discounts of up to 40 percent -- may not be deals at all. Watch the video report above or click here to read a text p …
TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen takes you to Disneyland to show you what many call a shameful trick to skip the lines on rides.It's made headlines recently. We all know how frustrating it is, waiting in those long lines at Disney. Show More Summary
It can be frustrating to wait in long lines at Disneyland, but now some families have figured out how to cheat the system. TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen and his team went undercover at the theme park to investigate what many call a shameful trick.
TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen and his team went undercover to report on cheating among college students. Watch the video report above or click here to read a text piece detailing what they found about the academic artifice. More from Open Channel:
After Hurricane Sandy struck last fall, “Today” reporter Jeff Rossen did an exposé on how some contractors were “preying on” homeowners. How? By performing repair work without the proper licenses. Rossen found several contractors who...Show More Summary
We've received several viewer emails about our story on smoke alarms that aired March 22. In the piece, reporter Jeff Rossen mentioned a new alarm prototype that's being developed which allows parents to record their own voices as the alarm, telling their kids to get up. A …
A lot of us buy metal water bottles for our kids. But Today National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen found these metal bottles are causing a new problem: kids getting their tongues stuck inside. It may sound like a joke, but doctors say it's serious -- so serious, one …
Nouel Alba, 37, was nabbed by the FBI for posing as a relative of one of the children killed in Newtown, CT. accused of further victimizing the families who suffered losses in the tragedy. Last week, NBC’s Jeff Rossen reported that Alba posted a solicitation on Facebook within hours of the shooting, identifying herself as [...]
NBC “Today” investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen is a serious newsman, who investigates serious issues. This morning, at the top of the 8 AM hour of the program, he decided to throw all that out the window, and investigate something nefarious, insidery, and not at all serious. Rossen investigated a “butt slap” by Willie Geist. Show More Summary
The self-appointed food police are at it again. On the November 14 edition of NBCs “Today,” investigative reporter Jeff Rossen dedicated his “Rossen Reports” segment to “berry imposters.” He referenced “experts” in his hit piece on any company that dared use the word “fruit” on its labels. Show More Summary
Time and money are the two luxuries no one ever seems to have enough of. To help save you both, Kiplinger's Personal Finance contributing editor Kimberly Lankford spoke to TODAY's Jeff Rossen about their special feature on how to Cut the Red Tape. For instance, wan …
The father of ABC News producer Danielle Baum Rossen, and father-in-law of NBC News correspondent Jeff Rossen was killed Saturday night as he and his wife tried to hail a cab on Manhattan’s East Side. 80-year-old Rubin Baum was run over...Show More Summary
A hidden health hazard in some of the food you buy: Authorities say the trucks delivering that food to stores may be putting your family at risk. TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen reports. Watch the video report above or click here to read a text version.
Today's Jeff Rossen and Robert Powell set up a hidden camera in New Jersey during the recent heat wave to see whether air-conditioning repair companies gave customers with broken coolers a fair shake. Watch the video of their report above or click here to read what th …
NBC's Today on Monday delved into the tabloid gossip of Robert Kennedy Jr and his late wife Mary Kennedy, who killed herself last month. The report featured documents "obtained" by Newsweek. Reporter Jeff Rossen highlighted RFK Jr's....Show More Summary