Today Show June 14 2013
Happy Flag Day! Today featured trending topics such as the “Happy Birthday” song’s legal battle, why dads won’t take paternity leave, and a new addition to the Duggar family. Plus, how do you feel about GMO foods? The show ended with a concert by Maroon 5, featuring The Voice judge Adam Levine. Here’s what you missed on Today for June 14.
Today: Miss USA Swimsuit Competition & “Happy Birthday” Copyright
Do you think that the song “Happy Birthday” should be in the public domain? The copyright holders are taking in about $2 million every year from the song. Also, why did Miss USA decide to keep its swimsuit competition?
Today Show: How Much Paternity Leave Should Dads Take With A New Baby?
More companies are offering American dads the opportunity to spend time at home with a newborn baby. But why are men so reluctant to take advantage of this offer? See what a panel of parents had to say.
Today: Duggar Grandchildren, 19 Kids And Counting & Parenting Advice
The Duggar family is growing yet again, this time by adding a third grandchild. Read the story to find out how many loads of laundry this family has to do every single week.
Today: GMO Foods Labeling, Genetically Modified Food & Al Roker Sr.
Genetically modified foods are still a hot topic. Companies say labeling them would alarm consumers for no reason, but activists disagree. Al Roker remembered his father’s career as a New York City bus driver.
#Maroon5Today: Adam Levine The Voice Finale & Maroon 5 “Love Somebody”
Maroon 5 concluded the show with a performance of two of their latest hits in Rockefeller Plaza. Adam Levine talked about the band’s luck and continued success; they are getting ready to hit the road for a summer tour.