California doctors head to Liberia, Clippers start season without Sterling, BP oil spill mess remains

On Thursday Take Two talks about California doctors going to Liberia to help Ebola patients, what the BP oil spill looks like four years later and the Clippers opening their season without Donald Sterling as owner for the first time since they've been in LA.

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