The power of nostalgia


A quick look at the headlines this week might cause you to do a double take at the calendar. The return of ‘Blue’s Clues’ original host, the latest installment of ‘The Matrix,’ and a new television series on former President Bill Clinton’s impeachment have many people revisiting the past. David Litt, former Obama speechwriter, Politico’s Eugene Daniels, and NPR’s Ayesha Rascoe joined NBC’s Joshua Johnson to discuss why we may need nostalgia now more than ever.

How the Navajo Nation is Flattening the Curve

With a fragile health care system and few resources, the Navajo Nation has seen more coronavirus deaths per capita than any U.S. state. NBC senior investigative correspondent Cynthia McFadden took a cross-country road trip to see how the Navajo people managed to flatten the curve against all odds.

How to Avoid Feeling Overwhelmed


“Fair Play” author Eve Rodsky discusses common issues that cause friction between couples at home and how people, especially parents, can’t help but feel overwhelmed during this time. She shares her advice, saying not to forget to take time for the things that make you happy.

Major League Sports Adapt Amid Coronavirus Concerns


Even as the U.S. experiences a worrisome surge in coronavirus cases, major league sports are adapting and moving forward with their long-awaited return. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY from Orlando, Florida, where NBA players are beginning to arrive.

How to Not Get Distracted Online


Here are five ways to stop online distractions. Ana Homayoun has some tips to help minimize distractions and keep kids engaged while spending time online.

Tips to Help Get a Summer Glow

‘Today’ style contributor Bobbie Thomas teaches Hoda and Jenna her favorite beauty tips to achieve a glowing look this summer. She recommends tanning drops, tanning lotion and the best drug store products to look for.