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Despite denials from the Pentagon, U.S. veterans who were stationed on the Japanese island of Okinawa during the Vietnam War say that dioxin — the toxic chemical commonly known as Agent Orange — was stored there and that they were sickened by it. Jon Mitchell, a journalist and author of the book "Chasing Agent Orange on Okinawa," explains.
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz says she isn't letting divisive party discourse distract her. But not everyone is as confident that she can unify her splintering party. Takeaway Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich reports.
Our notion of what is "office appropriate" continue to evolve as work environments change. And there's now legal recourse to prove it. Susan Scafidi is at the forefront of the legal movement. She's founder and academic director of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham University School of Law.