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An Iraqi Shiite militiaman, a follower of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, jumps to break a placard with the name of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) during a parade, in the northern oil rich province of Kirkuk, Iraq.

On Tuesday, Take Two will discuss the challenges with ISIS, reaction from LA Muslims to the ISIS threat, the latest college rankings, a new book of lost Dr. Seuss stories, Apple's next big gadget, Tuesday Reviewsday and more.

News of the Islamic militants calling themselves the Islamic State or ISIS has been dominating headlines. Although these acts are far from home, can they influence the way Muslim Americans are perceived?
The President is meeting with congressional leaders Tuesday to discuss how to respond to the rise of Islamic militants. A New York Times reporter outlines a possible strategy.
One tube of compound cream--on the rise for pain management--can cost thousands of dollars. SCPR investigative producer Karen Foshay looks into the high cost and the workers comp connection.
A treaty between the U.S. and Mexico stipulates that the bordering areas share water with each other, but Mexico is not paying up and Texas is upset.
A book of "lost" stories from Dr. Seuss comes out Tuesday. The expert who re-discovered the tales shares more on the stories and how they helped Dr. Seuss become a beloved children's author.
This week music critic Steve Hochman and Justino Aguila, associate editor of Latin at Billboard Magazine, join Alex Cohen with their favorite new music picks.
On Monday morning, TMZ released a video showing former NFL player Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancé unconscious in an elevator.
For the first time, US News and World Report is adding data on campus crime and students' loan default rates in its yearly college rankings.
With L.A.'s economy flagging in recent years, more people have taken to street vending. Now, officials are debating if street vending should be made legal.
Four years after leaving office as governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger unveiled his official portrait in Sacramento Monday. What was the occasion like and what legacy did he leave?
As California's drought drags on, one water district east of San Francisco is giving away treated sewage water to be utilized for landscaping.
The Lupin Lodge in northern California is one of five community water districts to land on an official state drought watch list. It also happens to be a nudist colony.
Katey Sagal gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Tuesday. Sagal spoke with Take Two last year about how she got started in music, which was also how she broke into show business.
Apple announced a bunch of new products and updates Tuesday. What are they and should we be excited? Ian Sherr from CNET weighs in.
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