Rape as a weapon of war, estuaries, walking your dog off leash, and more

On Monday, Take Two discusses how terrorist groups like the so-called Islamic State use rape and sexual violence as a weapon of war, importance of local waterways, legal consequences of walking your dog without a leash and much more.
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Today, we look at how the rising cost of meat has affected local butchers. Then, we'll turn to KPCC reporter Kitty Felde to see how the drought has become political. We'll end the show with a look at how an art exhibit is showcasing how the social and political commentary of some Iranian photographers flies under the radar.

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Today on the show, we'll start with the latest in the trial of an SoCal Iraqi man accused of killing his wife. Then, Ft. Hood military base in Texas suffers a second tragic shooting less than 5 years. Plus, a California lawmaker calls for more sanctions against Russia, landslide science is not connecting to county planning in Washington State, why are NFL cheerleaders paid less then minimum wage, plus much more.