Hong Kong youth, Secret Service woes, female Thor, farm-to-table downfall, replacing plastic bags and more

On Wednesday, Take Two will address what the latest White House breach means for the Secret Service, comic book hero Thor debuting as a woman, farmers not getting much profit in the farm-to-table fad, what the California plastic bag ban means for tote bag companies, and more.

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