Take Two for October 17, 2012

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Debate No. 2: Obama and Romney spar over energy policies

During last night's debate, President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney had plenty of heated exchanges: tax policy, jobs, Libya.
Barack Obama And Mitt Romney Participate In Second Presidential Debate
Much has been made of the selection of CNN's Candy Crowley as moderator for last night's town hall debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney. That's because it was the first time in 20 years that a woman has moderated a presidential debate.
Dozens of countries require labeling of foods that are genetically modified, or contain genetically modified ingredients. That’s not the case in the United States.
geoengineering
If the idea of genetically modifying foods is polarizing, what about the idea of modifying the earth's climate?
Florida Gators v Villanova Wildcats
The National Hockey League lockout is over a month old. The regular season was set to begin last Thursday, but owners and players are still mired in negotiations.
Cleveland Cavaliers v New York Knicks

Josh Kun presents the Art of the Crossfade

The term crossfade usually refers to the blending of one song into another... A technique DJs often use.
The County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors has voted to hire an independent monitor to oversee reforms in L.A. Jails.

Going door to door to get out the Latino vote

In many ways, this has been the year of the Latino in political campaigns.
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The Town Hall debate style allows for more free flowing conversation. It also allows for more free flowing movement, as candidates walk, meander or strut around a crowd.
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Paul Gionfriddo has a unique perspective on our mental health care system. As a former state legislator in Conneticut, Gionfriddo was tasked with leading the state's mental health care policy.
Happier At Home

Writer Gretchen Rubin is back with 'Happier at Home'

Writer Gretchen Rubin earned a number one spot on the New York Times bestseller list two years ago with her book "The Happiness Project." We'll talk to her about her new book, "Happier at Home.
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One Pennsylvania town is getting creative with how they catch criminals.
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