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NFL wives and domestic violence, hydrogen cars, 'Rebel music' explores indigenous communities' issues
NFL wives told to keep quiet about domestic abuse, Toyota's hydrogen fuel cell-powered sedan and an MTV show that chronicles music, youth and global social change.
On Monday Take Two discusses the latest on the drought, recent evidence that could impact the Michael Brown case and what gold medalist Mark Schultz, the brother of murdered gold medalist Dave Schultz, says happened in real life to inspire the new film "Foxcatcher."
On Friday Take Two discusses an announcement President Obama is set to make about an executive order regarding immigration, how vets have been affected by Don't Ask Don't Tell and how African American communities use the camera for social change.
The latest in Ferguson, Missouri as they await a grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case, an organization that pairs veterans with Hollywood jobs and a vehicle that is somewhere between a car and a motorcycle.
The US and China's agreement to combat global warming, the difficulties women veterans face, and a new site that shows the science behind why sugar is bad for you.
Veterans clubs try to appeal to young vets, concerns grow about a fumigant used in strawberry farming, and Jack White brings old 78's back to life.