Today's Takeaway: New York Times Accuses Walmart of Bribery Cover-Up, Hulu Shakes Up TV Advertising, US-Afghan Strategic Agreement, and Spotlight on Mark O'Mara

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On today's Takeaway, senior fellow at Harvard Law School Ben Heineman discusses the new investigation from our partner The New York Times that accuses the Arkansas-based retail giant Walmart of a massive corruption scandal; University of Michigan Ph.D. student Daniel Marcin discusses his plan to challenge the longest-serving member of Congress John Dingell for a seat in the House of Representatives; New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter talks about Hulu's bold plan to run original programming; we discuss the strategic partnership agreement between the U.S. and Afghanistan with Ambassador Akbar Ahmed; in the wake of the Secret Service scandal, we talk about the renewed debate over whether prostitution should be legalized; we talk to Frontline producer Michael Kirk about the series' new four-hour documentary "Money, Power and Wall Street"; and attorney Kendall Coffey discusses the challenges that George Zimmerman's lawyer Mark O'Mara will face in the coming months. Also on The Takeaway, author and journalist Tim Weiner discusses the legacy of Charles W. Colson, Watergate mastermind turned Evangelical leader, who died on Saturday at the age of 80; and on this week's agenda we talk about Arizona's immigration law, Romney on the campaign trail and renewed panic in the Eurozone.