Children from poor Latin countries challenged at US border. Why? Katie Couric looks for answers.
Katie Couric visited her former show this morning to promote an upcoming “Stand Up To Cancer” telecast and share details from her recent wedding. “For someone who’s generally fairly hyper, I was incredibly relaxed,” Couric told Savannah Guthrie about her wedding. Show More Summary
She used to be the main attraction on the “Today” show, and Katie Couric returned to her roots to chat about her recent wedding with husband John Molner. The Yahoo! Global News Anchor shared some photos from the blessed occasion, during...Show More Summary
Stand up to Cancer returns for its fourth fundraising telecast Friday, Sept. 5. ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC have committed to airing the telethon. Begun by Katie Couric in 2008, SU2C has raised more than $261 million for cancer research programs. NBC’s...Show More Summary
Is Katie Couric once again in Kim Kardashian’s good graces? This appears to be the case, as the ladies were spotted acting friendly at a recent party in the Hamptons. Even though she was enraged by an alleged expression of “fake media [friendship]” last year, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star apparently has decided to […]
They say time heals all wounds, and that could definitely be the case in this rekindled friendship. Kim Kardashian and Katie Couric attended a Hamptons party together and even posed… READ ON
During an interview with Katie Couric, New York Times columnist David Brooks might have accidentally revealed why the Times is falling apart and bleeding cash. Brooks reveals he can do whatever he wants, has never had a performance review of any kind, and can write about anything: The upsides of the job are that he can literally do whatever he wants. Show More Summary
After a tense and public feud, Kim Kardashian and Katie Couric appear to be burying the hatchet. Kardashian's mother, Kris Jenner, shared a photo via Instagram of her daughter and the journalist posing together at a July 4 weekend party...Show More Summary
It's about time! Kim Kardashian and Katie Couric put the dramz behind them this past Fourth of July weekend. Almost a year after their very public feud on social media, the famous ladies posed for a photo together in the Hamptons along with momager Kris Jenner and supermodel Christie Brinkley. Along with the Instagram, Kris wrote: [...]
It looks like Kim Kardashian and Katie Couric's feud is over. Last year, Katie said she didn't understand why the Kardashians were famous, and then Kim slammed slammed her for sending a gift to North West and being a "fake media friend."...Show More Summary
It looks like the two newlyweds are ready to let bygones be bygones but has Kim Kardashian decided to forgive Katie Couric for her previously disrespectful comments? The whole feud started last year when Katie Couric simply asked the question that so many people ask about the Kardashians: why the Kardashians were famous. Kim took
From this Tuesday's Aspen Ideas Festival, New York Times columnist David Brooks explains to Katie Couric how's he's managed to isolate himself from having to hear from his critics. This explains a lot, doesn't it? What it's like to be...Show More Summary
Yahoo's Katie Couric sits down with Academy Award-winning actor Robert De Niro.
Former British PM Tony Blair discusses unrest in Iraq, Syria with Yahoo News' Katie Couric.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair sits down today for an exclusive interview with Yahoo News Global Anchor Katie Couric, a chance for him to weigh in on the bloody unrest in Iraq, the frustrating Middle East peace process, and his personal journey.
The Aspen Ideas Festival continues this week, and this year, msnbc.com is using the occasion to partner with Bing for the first of a series of six interactive chats called “The Great Debate.” MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell moderated the inaugural panel discussion this morning with former Director of the NSA, Gen. Show More Summary
The disagreement between Sunnis and Shias dates back to 632 A.D. when the two main Muslim groups split over who should lead them after the Prophet Mohammed died. Fast forward to 2014, and the struggle is about religion, politics and boundaries.
With Diane Sawyer, Barbara Walters, Katie Couric and Cynthia McFadden all recently departing from ABC, the network’s slate of female journalists is looking pretty slim — and insiders… READ ON
Snubbed by Katie Couric and left off her wedding invite list, Matt Lauer joked to Howard Stern that the Today show motto “is just bullis--t, apparently!” That would be the dubbing of NBC's morning show crew as America's First Family,...Show More Summary
After he was snubbed from the invite list of Katie Couric’s weekend wedding, Matt Lauer, speaking with Howard Stern Tuesday, joked that NBC’s former motto of the TODAY… READ ON