News correspondent Byron Pitts opens up about overcoming a debilitating stutter and how it affected his self-esteem growing up. Then, Tyne Daly joins Katie to talk about returning to Broadway in her Tony-nominated role in the hit play “Mothers and Sons.” Plus, Valley Girl CEO Jesse Draper on tech-savvy gadgets to make every mom happy.
What do Winston Churchill, Marilyn Monroe, Vice President Joe Biden, and Bruce Willis have in common? They're all stutterers. This debilitating speech disorder affects more than 3 million people in the U.S. and for Joel Viera, it's a daily struggle.
With 10 Emmys and countless hours in front of the camera, Byron Pitts seems like a natural. But what most people don't realize is that for Byron, it is not as easy as it looks.
In an incredible career that spans five decades, Tyne Daly has won six Emmys and a Tony. She reflects on her extraordinary career.
Tyne Daly is currently starring in the new Broadway play “Mothers and Sons.” She opens up about the show and what is next for her.
It is time for Tech Tuesday, Mother’s Day edition! Jesse Draper of “The Valley Girl Show” shows off new apps and websites that every mom is sure to love.
From the Mophie Juice Pack to the DropCam, check out these gadgets any mom would love as a Mother’s Day gift.