Today's Takeaway: Secret Service Agents Investigated for Misconduct, Taliban Attacks in Afghanistan, and a Total Cellphone Ban in Chapel Hill

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President Barack Obama stands with Sen. Chuck Schumer in the Oval Office, Dec. 7, 2011.
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Eleven Secret Service employees are accused of bringing prostitutes back to their hotel in Cartagena ahead of President Obama's visit for a summit in Columbia. The agents and officers have been placed on leave while the agency investigates their conduct. Also on The Takeaway, Taliban bombers and attackers launched their spring offensive with a series of coordinated attacks on Afghan government offices in Kabul and across three eastern provinces. How will this affect NATO's transition plans? Later, we discuss the nation's first complete cellphone driving ban, set to go into affect in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, in June. Will it lead to safer driving?