Take Two for July 3, 2013

Egypt Protsts Intensify As Army Deadline Approaches
military's ultimatum calling for President Mohamed Morsi to step down expired, but Morsi says he will defend his presidency to the death.
Anaheim Leaders

Anaheim City Council adopts new election model

Last night, the Anaheim City Council voted to change how its members are elected, but the contentious four-hour meeting left many feeling unsatisfied with the outcome.
A woman stands in the doorway of a court
In 2011, about 2.3 million people were sent jury summons in L.A. County. About half actually reported for duty, and many of those made excuses to get out of their civic responsibility.
Immigration reform and gay marriage have dominated the headlines recently. Those two topics overlapped last week with the Supreme Court's decision on the Defense of Marriage Act.
Britney Spears Divorce Papers

Same-sex marriage rulings may help streamline divorce

The Supreme Court's ruling on the Defense of Marriage act not only makes life easier for same sex couples who are married. It may also make life easier for same sex couples looking to divorce. Here to explain is Courtney Joslin, professor at UC Davis.
Los Angeles Lakers v San Antonio Spurs - Game One

Sports Roundup: Dwight Howard, Yasiel Puig and more

It's time for a look at sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzsky, brothers who have sports for the Los Angeles Times and ESPN.
Way Way Back

'The Way, Way Back' filmmakers on writing as a team

"The Way, Way Back" was written and directed by Jim Rash and Nat Faxon, the team that won an Oscar for their adapted screenplay for the "Descendants." They stopped by the studio recently to talk about the film.
Becoming American Video
Recently the Crawford Family Forum hosted an event entitled, Becoming American, hosted by A Martinez with guests Bricia Lopez, Joanne Griffith and Rod Arriola.
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