Recently on Take Two Evenings
A global perspective on the debt ceiling from our neighbors to the south; Teaching the shutdown; Roadblocks to Asian mental health care; and Robbie Robertson on the music that changed the world.
The Supreme Court takes up Michigan's affirmative action ban; A new UCLA study finds that more diversity on TV shows leads to higher ratings; We take a look back 40 years ago today at the 1973 oil embargo that changed the way Americans feel about energy; and it's Tuesday, which means it's music reviewsday.
Poll: Most Americans confused about the debt ceiling; How are furloughed federal workers spending their time?; Gov. Brown signs new bills to tackle California's water problems; Volunteers provide water for migrants crossing the Imperial Valley desert; LA schools and iPads: Big promises but where's the research?; Sports Roundup: LA Dodgers, NCAA drama, NBA preseason; Chris's Collection: Batmobile toy; Justice For My Sister' doc examines 'femicide' in Guatemala
GOP strategist Mike Madrid on CA's Republican summit in Anaheim; Profile: The first Latino president of the State Bar of California; Cheech Marin on Chicano art and 'Chicanitas'; 'Valentine Road' examines the tragic killing of 15-year-old Larry King
Danny DeVito and Judd Hirsch, the stars of the much beloved TV series "Taxi," reunite in 'The Sunshine Boys'; Picture This: Documenting the Los Angeles Dodgers; a former Guatemalan soldier accused of atrocities is convicted of US immigration fraud, and much much more.
How the government shutdown will affect the average US citizen; Report finds California has highest poverty rate in US; plus LA Unified's backlog of broken musical instruments 'like a war scene'; FAQ: Navigating Covered California's health insurance exchange, plus much more.