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.
Every day an average of 44 kids are hit while walking, many while on their way to school. NBC's national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen takes a look at drivers blowing past the speed limit and putting kids at risk.
Retailers including Amazon. Kmart and Walmart.com have agreed to stop selling real-looking toy guns in New York state, Jeff Rossen reports.
Would you know what to do if a child were trapped in a hot car? Jeff Rossen shows how hot a car can get -- and how to safely rescue a child.
Vehicles pass stopped school buses more than 70,000 times a day, though it's illegal in all 50 states. Jeff Rossen rides along with police.
Last week NBC reporter Jeff Rossen aired a report on The Today Show and Today.com claiming the company Tannerite, a small business that sells...
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In 2010, NBC journalist Jeff Rossen revealed that specific retailers continued to resell returned underwear as if new to consumers. Today noted that the report discovered that “certain Victoria’s Secret, Nordstrom, Wal-Mart, Macy’s,Show More Summary
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...
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Grizzly Bear, Jeff Buckley, Department of Eagles, Daniel Rossen Song: Paul Conrad - Thanks For Nothing [download here] What's so good? Brooding, introspective musicians are nothing new, but they keep coming up with such incredible music. Show More Summary
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
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