12:23 PM EDT 07/10/2016
Originally posted 05/31/2016 02:30PM
During a revealing interview with PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly editorial director Jess Cagle, the TV journalist, 59 participated in a rapid-fire Q&A game called The Cagle Exercise – and the results were illuminating!
Originally posted 05/31/2016 09:40AM
Katie Couric has issued an official statement apologizing for what she calls an instance of "misleading" editing in her new documentary Under the Gun.
Katie Couric on Why She's Passionate About Gun Control: 'Everybody Agrees That Violence Needs to Be Reduced'
Originally posted 05/13/2016 12:50PM
At the premiere of her new documentary Under the Gun, the long-time journalist told reporters: "I've covered these mass shootings for many many, many years. Columbine, Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook. For me, Sandy Hook was a moment where the entire country said, 'Something has to stop.' "
"After nothing got done following Sandy Hook, I just couldn't understand how 90 percent of the population favored universal background checks, and yet our elected officials couldn't get that done. And I wanted to understand why, and that's why I made this film," she adds.
Originally posted 03/09/2016 02:00PM
No bad blood here!
Former NBC anchors Ann Curry and Katie Couric both attended a luncheon in New York City on Tuesday celebrating the upcoming film Eye in the Sky, which stars Helen Mirren and the late Alan Rickman.
Curry and Couric, both 59, were photographed sitting at the same table with Mirren, 70, at french bistro La Grenouille. The three women were all smiles as they turned to pose for the picture.
What Katie Couric Learned from Making Her Gun Violence Documentary Under the Gun: The NRA 'Co-Opted the Conversation'
Originally posted 02/01/2016 06:20PM
"Before this film is over ... 22 people in America will be shot."
Katie Couric on Her Deeply Personal Anti-Cancer Crusade: 'Cancer Rips People Away from the Life They Could've Had'
Originally posted 01/15/2016 03:00PM
This is one fight from which Katie Couric will not back down.
"Cancer has had a huge impact on me personally, having lost my husband, Jay, in 1998 from colon cancer and my sister, Emily, two years later from pancreatic cancer," Couric, 59, tells PEOPLE in the current issue. "I think the most powerless feeling you have is not being able to help someone you love conquer this disease."
Originally posted 12/11/2015 12:10PM
When Katie Couric learned a colleague's 16-year-old cousin was fighting for her life, she felt compelled to help.
Originally posted 12/02/2015 03:15PM
With more than 40 million loyal subscribers and 10 billion streams, Felix Kjellberg is the most popular person on YouTube … and possibly the entire online universe.
Billy Eichner and Katie Couric Broadcast an Academy Award-Worthy Alternative Thanksgiving Day Parade on Billy on the Street
Originally posted 11/17/2015 11:00AM
[YOUTUBE "5Cnfs_rbzAE"] Move over, Snoopy. Take a hike, Dora the Explorer! This is Billy Eichner's Thanksgiving parade, and the floats must have Oscar's approval.
In an exclusive sneak peek at the latest Billy on the Street, Katie Couric – a longtime fixture of NBC's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade telecast – joins Eichner, 37, to narrate an alternate version of the annual procession.
But instead of giant cartoon balloons, Eichner and Couric, 58, have invited only Academy Award-nominated stars to the party.
Katie Couric Confronts Sexism in Journalism, Says She Has So Many Horror Stories 'You Don't Have Time to Hear All of Them'
Originally posted 10/29/2015 11:30AM
Even as one of journalism's most successful, prominent women Katie Couric says "we've come a long way, but we are not quite there yet."
The longtime television staple, 58, opened up Wednesday night about the current state of the business at Dujour's New York City celebration of their inaugural "GameChangers" issue, in which she is profiled as an innovator.
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