EXCLUSIVE: Volodymyr Zelenskyy and the Spirit of Ukraine is @TIME’s Person of the Year. on.today.com/3UIWiKl#TIMEPOY Zelenskyy has been called a hero by many in Ukraine and abroad, and over the last year, established himself as a symbol of defiance and democracy while he continues to lead the nation through Russia’s unprovoked attacks on his country. on.today.com/3Y6CVhi
Oct 12, 2022 • 5 tweets • 3 min read
EXCLUSIVE: Two of the three missing boaters who were saved in the Gulf of Mexico after 28 hours of drifting in shark-infested waters are here with us opening up about their experience.
The fishermen had set sail from Venice, Louisiana, on the morning of Oct. 8, but never returned home. A family member reported the men as missing around 10 p.m. that night, but no one knew exactly where they had been fishing.
Oct 11, 2022 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
From a young age, Paopao always dreamed of one day becoming a professional musician. Now, she's making it happen.
.@paopao grew up living between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic with a psychologist mom and doctor dad. She studied at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music where she majored in media writing and production and got her master’s degree in music business.
Oct 11, 2022 • 5 tweets • 3 min read
At the Sept. 19 “Law & Order” premiere red carpet event, @CamrynManheim told TODAY why incorporating people who are deaf into the show's storylines is so important to her. on.today.com/3eoZGew
Manheim as Lt. Kate Dixon uses sign language to communicate with a young girl who is deaf and was needed for questioning, portrayed by 9-year-old deaf performance artist Savannah Dahan.
Fenrir, the world’s tallest living cat, supports animal shelters and HIV patients. on.today.com/3CtEmN3
Fenrir, an F2 Savannah cat who lives in Michigan, stands 18.83 inches tall and set a mark recognized by the Guinness World Records of “world’s tallest living domestic cat.”
Here’s what she had to say about this experience. on.today.com/3fRb43a
The original movie starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy came out in 1993 — 14 years before the 15-year-old was born.
Here's everything to know about her upcoming Netflix movie "Falling for Christmas."
📸: Netflix on.today.com/3Vcdfyf
In her first starring role since 2013, Lohan plays an heiress who suffers from total amnesia after a skiing accident, and finds herself in the care of a handsome lodge owner. on.today.com/3Vcdfyf
Oct 7, 2022 • 4 tweets • 4 min read
.@BCross052422, whose son was shot to death in Uvalde, is eating and sleeping outside the school district building.
He says he wants answers, and action. on.today.com/3rAHEZM@BCross052422 Cross's crusade is one symptom of the deep anger among Uvalde victims' relatives, as information continues to drip out about law enforcement failures the day of the shooting.
EXCLUSIVE: The Archewell Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, has teamed up with The @VINGproject to give $1 million in grants to women who serve as inspiration to young individuals.
@VINGproject The partnership, which was inspired by "Archetypes," Markle's Spotify podcast, asks anyone between the ages of 14 and 18 to nominate a woman who has inspired them and worked hard to meet their goals, despite facing challenges such as financial hardships. on.today.com/3T14p4L
Oct 5, 2022 • 8 tweets • 3 min read
In celebration of @GilmoreGirls premiering 22 years ago today, tell us who your favorite GG boyfriend is.
"Gilmore Girls” has been a comfort TV show to fans for over two decades.
“If it was why I was quitting, I would have not come back this year. I really did think about not coming back because it was devastating.” -Ellen DeGeneres on the claims of a toxic workplace at her talk show
Did you feel like you were being canceled? -@SavannahGuthrie
I really didn't understand it, I still don't understand it … it was too orchestrated, it was too coordinated.” -Ellen DeGeneres
May 13, 2021 • 5 tweets • 3 min read
“It's a moment where we have to decide as a party whether we're going to embrace the truth.” -Rep. Liz Cheney tells @SavannahGuthrie
“This isn't about looking backwards. This is about the real-time, current potential damage that he's doing, that he continues to do.” -Rep. Liz Cheney on former President Trump
“This fall could feel like a normal high school year.” -@DrRichBesser, former acting director of the CDC, on the FDA authorizing the Pfizer vaccine for children as young as 12
“The impact of COVID goes so far beyond the number of hospitalizations and deaths.” -@DrRichBesser
Mar 17, 2021 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
How quickly do you expect results from those trials, and can we start seeing kids get vaccinated before the school year next fall? -@SavannahGuthrie
It depends on ages. -Stephen Hoge, president of Moderna
“We certainly haven’t seen anything concerning in any of our prior work that would suggest that we can’t use the vaccine in children.” -Stephen Hoge, president of Moderna
Mar 16, 2021 • 6 tweets • 4 min read
“Our goal is to feed a million families in need.” -@MichelleObama on her new Netflix show, “Waffles + Mochi,” teaming up with a nonprofit to help families gain access to healthy food
“You don't come to terms with it, but you do have to talk about it. You have to sit down with your children and acknowledge the truth of the world we live in.” -@MichelleObama on talking about mental health struggles and racial unrest with her kids
Mar 15, 2021 • 6 tweets • 4 min read
“I want to be able to look back with incredible memories and knowing that I gave it my absolute best.” -@drewbrees on his decision to retire from the NFL after 20 seasons
What are you going to miss most about football? -@hodakotb to @drewbrees
Sep 9, 2019 • 5 tweets • 4 min read
Two years ago, Harvey Weinstein was riding high with a decades-long career as one of the most powerful men in Hollywood.
But all of that changed on a fall day in 2017 when The New York Times published a blockbuster investigation that kicked off the #MeToo movement.
“We had hoped that this article would help bring out the truth about this one particular individual, but what we realized was that first article was just the beginning.” -@mega2e