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Take Two for March 12, 2013




Anti-war activists hold placards showing the Korean Peninsula during a protest against a joint military exercise between South Korea and the US, called Key Resolve, near the US embassy in Seoul on March 12, 2013. North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un threatened to 'wipe out' a South Korean island as Pyongyang came under new economic and diplomatic fire on March 12, from US sanctions and UN charges of gross rights abuses.
Anti-war activists hold placards showing the Korean Peninsula during a protest against a joint military exercise between South Korea and the US, called Key Resolve, near the US embassy in Seoul on March 12, 2013. North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un threatened to 'wipe out' a South Korean island as Pyongyang came under new economic and diplomatic fire on March 12, from US sanctions and UN charges of gross rights abuses.
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Today, we'll address the growing tensions between North and South Korea. Then, we hit the streets to see what LA's Catholics are looking for in the next pope, a new survey shows that Latino voters generally favor stricter gun laws, musician Harry Taussig takes the stage for the first time at SXSW, and much more.