1970 – He was born on the 24th day of August this year.
1992 – He graduated from American University. He wrote for the school newspaper, The Eagle, while there. He received a degree in International Studies from the School of International Service. He is married to former federal prosecutor Beth Wilkinson, now a general counsel at Fannie Mae.
1998 – He is the Anchor of News Chat, Crosstalk NBC, and News front on MSNBC from this year to 2000.
2000 – Gregory covered the Bush campaign and the Republican primaries for NBC in this year’s election.
2001 – He became NBC News Chief White House Correspondent.
2003 – Gregory has been the substitute Co-Anchor of Weekend Today filling in for Lester Holt on that program since this year and has also filled in on NBC News Weekend Nightly News since 2005.
2006 – He posed a question regarding the Iraq Study Group Report, asking how the President could view the report’s content as anything but a "rejection of the President’s policy."
2007 – He had been considered to replace Matt Lauer on The Today Show in this year, when Lauer turns 50; however, Lauer has since signed a new contract with NBC