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Monday, April 07, 2014

Family photos of victims of the 1994 Rwanda genocide hang inside the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre April 5, 2014 in Kigali, Rwanda. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty)

'The Divide': A Startling Portrait of U.S. Inequality | The Winner of The Takeaway TV Smackdown! | Afghans Look For Way Forward After First Free Election | India Heads to Polls | Retro Report: When America Feared Juvenile 'Superpredators' | Searching the Ocean for Malaysia Flight 370 | Rwanda Still Healing 20 Years After Genocide

'The Divide': A Startling Portrait of U.S. Inequality

The idea of "two Americas" is hardly new. In his new book, “The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap,” journalist Matt Taibbi provides a startling portrait of a country fractured by inequality.  

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What's Next for Afghans After Elections

Afghanistan, a nation that has seen war for more than a generation, took the polls over the weekend for the country's first-ever free elections. Despite threats from the Taliban, Afghans flocked to ballot boxes in high numbers. 

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Inside America's 'Superpredator' Panic

In 1994, the murder of Robert Sandifer, an 11-year-old gang member who went by the name "Yummy," set off a wave of panic about the next generation of juvenile criminals.

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The Takeaway TV Smackdown!

It turns out the NCAA's early history coincides with the early history of television. So why not make a tournament to select the top TV character of all time? All of the winners will be determined by your votes. Check out our brackets here!

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Rwanda Still Healing 20 Years After Genocide

Commemoration ceremonies have begun in Rwanda 20 years after genocide ripped through the country. The healing, in many ways, has still just begun. What does a nation on its way to healing look like?

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Today's Highlights | April 07, 2014

Also on Today's Show The world's largest democracy goes to the polls today...A ping has been detected in the month long search for Malaysia Flight 370 about 1,000 miles northwest of Perth, Australia.

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