Gov. Brown on drought, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson, Safeway on sale and more


Gov. Jerry Brown on his plan to ease California's water woes

California Governor Jerry Brown joined Take Two to discuss the state's drought situation, what he and President Obama discussed during his visit, and how he plans to address the issue.
Congress returns to Washington next week, but it's unlikely they'll take up immigration reform any time soon. Once legislators do decide to tackle this topic, border security will certainly be part of any deal that's reached.
Jimmy Fallon during his debut Monday as host of NBC's The Tonight Show.
It's the end of another week and time for the Friday Flashback, Take Two's look at the week in news.

Aggressive Academy Awards campaigns push for Oscar votes

As the Academy Awards approach, many studios are actively pushing their films for big Oscar wins, with actor and actress appearances, billboards, full-page ads and more.
2014 Variety Screening Series - "The Wolf Of Wall Street"
Winter is no stranger to Hollywood. He's won awards for his work on the hit series "Boardwalk Empire" and "The Sopranos," but it's "The Wolf of Wall Street" that got him his first Oscar nomination for "Best Adapted Screenplay."
Ron Goode Mono Tribe
Governor Jerry Brown has outlined nearly $700 million in measures to respond to California's drought. The proposed legislation outlines funds to recapture and re-use storm water, increase conservation, and get relief to the hardest-hit areas, including 17 communities at risk of running out of drinking water in the coming months.
California Drought Communities In Crisis

Jay Famglietti on the severity of California's drought

Aside from monitoring the meadows, there's another way to get a good picture of the health of our water supply: From outerspace.

Safeway may put itself on the auction block

Earlier this week, Safeway announced its in talks to sell the company. The California-based company is the second largest grocery chain in the nation. But as shopping styles have changed, the mega market has found it tough to compete.
Senate President Darrell Steinberg introduced a bill recently that would give CEQA exemptions for a plan to build a downtown arena for the Sacramento Kings.
Yesterday, State Senator Darrell Steinberg introduced legislation that aims to address a growing concern among educators and parents: The protection of student's personal information and privacy.

Major League Soccer purchases LA's Chivas USA team

The Major League Soccer team is the American counterpart to Chivas, a famous soccer team in Mexico. But it's struggled to achieve the same kind of success as its name sake.
A new study from the University of British Columbia finds some interesting reasons for why we like the voices we do. We're joined by the study's lead author, Dr. Molly Babel.
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