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A plane flies over the Bardarbunga volcano as it spews lava and smoke in southeast Iceland on Sept. 14. The Bardarbunga volcano system has been rocked by hundreds of tremors a day since mid-August, prompting fears the volcano could explode.

Why federal officials resign amidst controversy, Lyft's new carpool program, erupting volcanoes

On Thursday, Take Two explores why it's routine for federal officials to resign amidst problems and scandals, what Lyft's new carpool program is all about and, then, we'll talk to one Hawaiian resident who lives just two miles away from an erupting volcano (slowly, mind you).

Hong Kong youth, Secret Service woes, female Thor, farm-to-table downfall, four-year community colleges and more

On Wednesday, Take Two will address what the latest White House breach means for the Secret Service, large Hong Kong protests, comic book hero Thor debuting as a woman, farmers not getting much profit in the farm-to-table fad, a new California bill allowing for four-year community colleges and more.

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Billboard stirs controversy in black community, returning to civilian life, programs for English learners prove to be lacking

On Tuesday, Take Two looks at why a billboard put up in South L.A. is stirring controversy in the black community. Then, we'll look at a new report which says services for English learners are not living up to expectations. Finally, we'll talk about the history of Los Angeles' helipad law, which has since been done away with this week.

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Same sex marriage, airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, teacher diversity, costly King fire, Navajo power, NOAA climate and more

On Monday, Take Two will discuss SCOTUS possibly deciding more on same sex marriage, US-led airstrikes continuing in Iraq and Syria, how the $53 million King fire is being financed, teacher diversity, the effects of metropolitan growth in Phoenix, NOAA teleconference on extreme global weather and more.

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Canada banks on wasabi, why experimental Ebola vaccine is still not available to public, ESPN suspends writer

On Friday, Take Two discusses why it has taken so long for the experimental Ebola vaccine ZMapp to make its way through bureaucratic red tape. We'll also look at ESPN's punishment of longtime writer Bill Simmons, why food allergies are on the rise and much more.

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Steve Ballmer on his new role as Clippers owner, why food allergies are on the rise, drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants

On Thursday, Take Two sits down with Steve Ballmer to talk about his new role as Clippers owner. Then, we'll discuss an effort to bring attention to the Valley's art scene, why food allergies are on the rise and what's next for California's plan allowing undocumented immigrants to qualify for drivers licenses.