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Filner chief of staff argues for due process for accused mayor

  Lee Burdick, chief of staff to embattled San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, talks with Melissa Harris-Perry about the accusations of sexual harassment the mayor is facing and why she thinks the mayor is still politically viable despite the scandal.

Life coach Iyanla Vanzant: I became a fixer because I was broken

  Spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant joins Morning Joe to discuss her show "Iyanla: Fix My Life," which airs on the OWN network. Vanzant says the show focuses on human problems, and she says the most common issue people need help with is with relationships.

Night vision gives an edge to TPD's Air Unit

TUCSON - The Air Unit at the Tucson Police Department was recognized recently by an international conference on the use of night vision technology for in-the-air law enforcement operations.  Full story

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Jim Hindman started losing his vision after developing dry age related macular degeneration. He got the implantable miniature telescope placed in his left eye, and says the surgery to implant it was painless. 

  Modern medical woes: Handling tech aches and pains

Dr. Roshini Raj of Health magazine quizzes the TODAY anchors on the best ways to avoid tech-related health complaints, including how to hold your handheld devices and the proper volume for headphones.

  PRESS Pass: Khaled Hosseini

Best-selling author of “The Kite Runner” Khaled Hosseini joins David to discuss his vision for Afghanistan and new book “And the Mountains Echoed.”

  ‘Oppertunity gap’ narrows with exposure, principal says

Hear more about David and how his passion for classical music, combined with his vision for a community orchestra, is changing the lives of Roxbury’s youth who may not have these opportunities otherwise

  Video game eye exam saving children’s vision

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