Take Two Evenings for July 25, 2013

Some of the wreckage at the site of Wednesday's train crash near Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Close to 80 people were killed after a train in northern Spain flew off the rails and crashed into a security wall. The eight-carriage train was going well beyond the 50-mile per hour speed limit.
Congress comes back from a two-week spring break on Monday.
The 217-205 vote was also the first real test of political sentiment for the NSA's activities. For more we're joined by Phil Ewing, defense editor at POLITICO
The End of Night
Across the United States, true, natural darkness is actually endangered. It no longer exists east of the Mississippi, and can only be found in small pockets throughout the Western states.
ambrosia beetle

Could a beetle cause a world without avocados?

There is a worldwide threat to chips and dip now, as a deadly fungus threatens avocado trees both in California and around the world.
Estevan and Eriberto Oriol
On this week’s Picture This, Take Two’s semi-regular conversations with photographers, we’ll talk to a father and son duo, Estevan and Eriberto Oriol. They recently had a combined exhibit entitled, “Like Father, Like Son.”
Hasbro Announces New Monopoly Playing Figure
Every week we get your weekend conversation starters with Rico Gagliano and Brendan Newnam, the hosts of the Dinner Party Download podcast and radio show.
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