Jacob Margolis Associate Producer, Take Two
Stories by Jacob Margolis
Waves reached heights of more than 20 feet in Southern California, as a swell caused by Hurricane Marie continues to impact the coast.
Pluto - the solar system's loneliest dwarf planet - is getting a friend... eventually. It's the New Horizons probe from NASA and it just passed Neptune's orbit.
If you've put off preparing for an earthquake for a while now, it's time to change that. And it doesn't have to be a hard. Technology is on our side.
Amazon is betting big on the future of streaming video games online by purchasing Twitch.TV for $970 million, but will their investment pay off?
Justino Aguila, associate editor of Latin at Billboard Magazine, and music critic Steve Hochman join the show for another edition of Tuesday Reviewsday.
What's the latest in Hollywood? We can answer that, because each week Rebecca Keegan - from the Los Angeles Times - joins us for "On The Lot" - our regular discussion of entertainment.
HBO's new series "Silicon Valley" garnered five Emmy nominations, including one for Best Comedy series. Martin Starr - who's in the show - joins A Martinez to talk about his career.
Even though women make up 48 percent of the video game playing market, they're still underrepresented in and by the gaming industry.
Since the rover Curiosity landed on Mars two years ago, it's taken tons of pictures of the Martian surface, and people have seen all sorts of things that don't exist.
A St. Louis-area hip-hop station has broken format to become a place for people to voice their opinions about the protests in Ferguson.
Elias Groll from Foreign Policy joins the show to talk about the President's remarks regarding the execution of US journalist James Foley in Iraq.
Tired of feeling left behind when it comes to discovering new music? Tune in every week for our regular music segment Tuesday Reviewsday.
In "On The Lot" Rebecca Keegan joins Alex Cohen to talk about the latest in Hollywood news.
Huge in the U.K. - Arctic Monkeys have topped the charts for the past 10 years, but they've struggled to break through in the U.S. Now, they're making inroads.
KPCC science reporter Sanden Totten explains why mood-altering drugs can wreck ecosystems, why celebrity endorsements don't help charities and more.