Today's Takeaway: Remembering Dick Clark, Lobbying Assad's Wife, Labeling Our Race and Ethnicity

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Yesterday, Dick Clark passed away. But the stamp he left on the world is still very much apparent. We remember him today with two people who know his story well. A new graphic video released this week by two UN ambassador's wives addresses the woman called "the real dictator" of her family directly, calling on Asma as a woman, a mother, and wife to the most powerful man in the country to "forget the image — and end the violence." Later on The Takeaway, a new study which shows that a majority of people from Latin America prefer to be known by their country of origin rather than as Hispanic or Latino. So what's in a label?