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Though Ann Curry's quick exit from the "Today" show was widely believed to be due to a rift with co-host Matt Lauer, a new story in New York magazine reveals just how wide the rift was.
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With just two weeks until the 2012 Presidential Election, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney converged on Boca Raton, Florida for the third and final debate.
This time around Bob Schieffer handled the moderating duties, and both candidates did their best to win over as many undecided voters as possible with their foreign policy expertise.
She's in a career transition after having been replaced as anchor of the "Today" show, and Ann Curry was chosen to cover the August 2012 issue of Ladies' Home Journal.
The 55-year-old TV personality showed off her endearing smile on the front page while dishing about everything from her passion for TV news to where she sees herself five to ten years down the road.
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There's been much speculation over her possible new title, and today (June 29), confirmation came as the network announced Savannah Guthrie as Ann Curry's "Today Show" replacement.
Previously a staple of NBC's 9 a.m. hour, Guthrie will now join the anchor seat alongside long-time co-host Matt Lauer.
She’s been working alongside Matt Lauer ever since Katie Couric hit the road, but Ann Curry's tenure at the “Today” show is coming to an end.
This morning (June 28) Ms. Curry will announce that she’s leaving the NBC morning show, due to a slip in the ratings and a few kinks that have cropped up along the way.