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Today, Take Two looks at recruiting jihadist groups in Iraq and Syria in the context of the death of American journalist James Foley. Also, we look at the racial disparity in Ferguson, Missouri, and actor Alfred Molina stops by to talk about his new film 'Love Is Strange.' All this and much more.
Today on the show, we'll discuss the images coming out of Ferguson, Missouri, which some civil rights organizations say resemble those of the Civil Rights movement. Plus, the latest on the Ezell Ford shooting investigation, how police thwarted the plans of two South Pasadena High School students who planned to killed staff and students and more.
Today on the show, we examine President Obama's remarks about the the violence that has erupted in Ferguson, Missouri. We'll also speak to a former U.S. Air Force pilot who lost faith in the system when police shot his son. Plus, Chinese hackers steal 4.5 million medical records from a Tennessee hospital chain, we weigh in on the 'Ice Bucket Challenge' and much more.
Today on the show, we start with a discussion about the multiple investigations looking into Michael Brown's death. We’ll take a look at the influx of unaccompanied minors in school, the surge of early jail releases due to the state's prison realignment, using fish to prevent the spread of mosquitos and much more.
In the wake of the latest news out of Missouri, we also talk to UCLA's Brenda Stevenson to discuss the history of violence involving black youth. We also examine how YouTube, Vine and other social media platforms may have supplanted Hollywood as avenues to stardom. We also have a weekly roundup of news and much more.
Today Take Two discusses officer-involved shootings in light of the death of Michael Brown in St. Louis. We look at legislation that could institute tougher penalties on assisted living facilities. We look at the candidates vying to replace Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig. All this and more.