Actor Dean Cain, best known for his role as TV's Superman, talks about his newest project, "Stars Earn Stripes," which features pairs of celebrities and members or veterans of the armed forces or law enforcement agencies competing for charity. (TODAY)
Former GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain tells TODAY's Ann Curry why he decided to throw his support behind one of his former rivals, Newt Gingrich, and says he would work for Gingrich should he become president. (TODAY)
The biggest beneficiary of Herman Cain's decision to suspend his GOP presidential campaign is Newt Gingrich, who has seen his poll numbers surge in Iowa and New Hampshire. NBC's Chuck Todd reports. (TODAY)
He's not in the race any longer, but the former Republican hopeful is still very much a factor in the presidential race. "Meet The Press" moderator David Gregory looks at how the field is shaping up with the exit of Herman Cain. (TODAY)
On the presidential campaign trail, the Newt Gingrich that many people remember from his speakership in the 1990s was back on display, while Herman Cain admitted he never told his wife about a 13-year friendship with a woman who says it was an affair. NBC's Chuck Todd has more.