Pop culture expert Chris Witherspoon and TODAY producer Kate Cook dig into the biggest stories in entertainment from 2018 — from the Time’s Up movement to the superhero hit “Black Panther” — plus, what’s to come in 2019.
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A dramatic rescue operation this weekend brought 140 stranded skiers safely down to the ground after a mechanical problem forced a Montana ski resort to stop one of its chairlifts. TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones reports.
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Law enforcement officials have been working tirelessly to make sure New Year’s Eve in Times Square is safe; NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports. Then, NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill discusses the measures police are taking, including drones and more.
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A cyberattack over the weekend caused printing and delivery disruptions at the Los Angeles Times and other major newspapers across the country. NBC’s Garrett Haake reports on this and other top cyber security threats to consumers.
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The outgoing White House chief of staff spoke to the Los Angeles Times about his time in the Trump administration, calling it a “bone-crushing hard job.” He said the southern border wall is not as the president has portrayed it and pinned family separations at the border on former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
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When longtime owner John Yokoyama decided to sell his legendary business, he put family over profit, selling to Jaison, Anders, Sam and Reese, four of his fish-tossing employees who he says are like his kids.
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The NFL is unpredictable. What we think we know on Labor Day leaves us wondering what we were thinking by New Year’s. It happens every year. Seven of the 12 teams that qualified for the postseason were home for the postseason a year ago.