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Averting extremism, Internet etiquette, foster kids, leaked celebrity nude photos

Published September 2, 2014 at 9:04 AM PDT
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Abdul Rahman Mayet listens to a summon during Friday afternoon prayers at the King Fahad Mosque in Culver City.
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Abdul Rahman Mayet listens to a summon during Friday afternoon prayers at the King Fahad Mosque in Culver City.

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 Coachella Valley High School retired its mascot.

A Los Angeles-based Muslim civil rights organization wants to introduce an intervention program to diver young American Muslims away from violent extremism.
Some California communities are keeping a closer eye on where their water comes from and where it goes. One concern is bottled water.
Stuart Murdoch of the indie band Belle and Sebastian, joins Alex Cohen in studio to talk about the new film that he wrote/directed called 'God Help The Girl.'
Nude photos of celebrities were leaked online over the weekend. The incident raises questions about personal online etiquette.
One fossil discovered in northeast China has given researchers a lot to ponder and might even indicate some interesting child-rearing trends.
The Los Angeles Community College District is the largest in the nation with its fair share of problems, but Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez is optimistic.
This week on Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment, guests Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes join A Martinez in studio.
The viral "Ice Bucket Challenge" has brought in $100 million for ALS, but it's also attracted backlash from critics who it's the latest example of 'slacktivism.' What do people with ALS and their families make of the challenge?
A new investigation has revealed foster kids and teenagers in California are being prescribed powerful psychotropic medication at an alarmingly high rate.
Big money is nothing new in politics but new data shows how several court decisions have paved the way for an unprecedented amount of spending on campaigns.
Decades of fighting in Iraq has traumatized many locals, which is why the Trauma Rehabilitation and Training Center has stepped up to treat PTSD and depression patients.
Nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities were leaked this weekend. The FBI says it is investigating what may be an underground celebrity nude trading ring.
The bearded, snarling mascot has existed since the 1920s, but did not appear at Coachella Valley High School's season opening football game on Friday.
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