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MSNBC’s Alex Witt and MSNBC military analyst Jack Jacobs talk Office Politics

  Colonel Jack Jacobs tells MSNBC’s Alex Witt about being a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient and the friendships he made in that highly respected group. Alex asks him how he feels about women fighting on the front lines of combat and to share his thoughts on the developments in Afghanistan.

Housing Could Lead Stocks Higher: Link

  As home owners feel better about housing, other stocks in the food chain could benefit, TheStreet CIO Stephanie Link says.

Food chains look to cut back on employee health care benefits

  The NOW panel talks about the lesser known mandate in the president’s Affordable Care Act and what the implications are for food chains looking to cut back on employee health care benefits.

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  Savannah gets pranked into eating a hamburger wrapper

A new and experimental trend at a fast food chain in Brazil is edible wrapper, to minimize litter. TODAY’s pranksters David Gregory and Al Roker decide to trick Savannah Guthrie into chomping down onto a not-so-edible wrapper. Hilarity ensues.

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