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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).
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.

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