NEW YORK — She has incurable cancer, but Valerie Harper says she's not ready to say good-bye and she's keeping herself open to a miracle. In her first TV interview since disclosing her diagnosis last week, the 1970s sitcom star tells the "Today" show

Valerie Harper was in a great mood over the weekend, looking great and laughing it up as she talked to Savannah Guthrie about her terminal illness. Harper was on "Today" discussing her brain cancer prognosis and the prospect that she may only have

Valerie Harper was in a great mood over the weekend, looking great and laughing it up as she talked to Savannah Guthrie about her terminal illness. Harper was on "Today" discussing her brain cancer prognosis and the prospect that she may only have

NEW YORK — She has incurable cancer, but Valerie Harper says she's not ready to say good-bye and she's keeping herself open to a miracle. In her first TV interview since disclosing her diagnosis last week, the 1970s sitcom star tells the "Today" show

In a new interview, Valerie Harper shares her thoughts about being one of the first stars to utter the word "gay" on TV.