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Take Two for July 11, 2013

Today we'll get an update on day 4 of the Pelican Bay State Prison hunger strike. Then, Texas laws spur underground world of flea-market abortions; A new UN report shows that Mexico has surpassed the US as most obese country; Pentagon may reduce danger pay for nearly 56,000 troops, plus much more.

DREAM Act Supporters Rally For Immigration Reform

Take Two for July 10, 2013

Is immigration reform bill headed for a slow death in the House?; Gay rights group plans state-by-state same-sex marriage fight; CrowdShake: Using smartphones to predict quakes and save lives; Nebraska researchers developing faster test for concussions, plus much more.

Take Two for July 9, 2013

Many lawsuits likely to follow Asiana Airlines accident; Do background checks on ammunition sales work?; How US casino owners made Macau into the world's gambling Mecca; CA prisoners resume hunger strike to protest treatment; How the brain creates the 'buzz' needed to spread ideas; Picture This: Photographer David Guttenfelder and the plight of the songbird; Jay-Z's album release sparks privacy concerns, and much more.

APTOPIX China US San Francisco Airliner Crash

Take Two for July 8, 2013

Take Two looks at the latest on the Asiana flight 214 crash, Congress resets to tackle student loans and immigration reform, and we preview the new film "A Girl and a Gun"

Egyptian President Morsi Ousted In Military Coup

Take Two for July 5, 2013

What to make of Morsi's overthrow in Egypt; Pope John Paul II becomes a saint; Friday Flashback: Crisis in Egypt, U.S. jobs and more; Edward Snowden's hacker training; A tool to prevent sexual assault in Egypt; Preparing for the royal baby; Congress' plan to increase student loan interest rates.

Take Two for July 4, 2013

Happy Fourth of July! Today's show is on tape: The joys and difficulties of becoming an American citizen; What can gay couples teach straight couples about harmony?; Chris Nichols shows off his bowling trophies; Duke researchers say we underestimate 'The Genius of Dogs'