Averting extremism, Internet etiquette, foster kids, nude photos

On Tuesday, Take Two discusses Internet etiquette, how a mental health organization is bringing help to northern Iraq, a new program to help divert youths from extremism, an FBI investigation into leaked celebrity nude photos and why a Coachella high School decided to retire its mascot.

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