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Sgt. Alwyn Cashe, hero of Iraq and Afghanistan, may receive Medal of Honor

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Overnight the Senate unanimously passed legislation that clears the way for the president to award Sgt. Alwyn Cashe, who made the ultimate sacrifice for his comrades, the Medal of Honor. If that happens, he would become the first African-American to receive that honor for service in the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan. TODAY’s Craig Melvin reports.