That sort of madness was late-night TV's territory, not for the chipper personalities you got your news and lifestyle tips from in the morning.
since 1991, when she replaced Deborah Norville, who only lasted about a year as co-anchor with Gumbel after Jane Pauley left.
In January 2018, more than a month after her former .
“The whole thing has been very painful for me," said Couric.
In 1988, shortly before her marriage to Jay Monahan, a lawyer based in Washington, Couric was hired as the No. invasion of Panama and the Persian Gulf War from her Pentagon position, as well as from a newly-created post at NBC's morning show, , she conducted many sought-after interviews with individuals such as First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, Anita Hill, George Bush, General Norman Schwarzkopf, Colin Powell and Jerry Seinfeld.