Recently on Take Two
Today, we start with a discussion about the LAPD's plan to require judicial oversight for ICE holds. Then, community organizations provide aid to busloads of undocumented immigrants in Murrieta. Plus, Washington State's legal pot shops open for business — we talk to Seattle sole pot shop owner, a new memoir tells the untold story of drug kingpin 'Freeway' Rick Ross, LAPD Museum houses history of city's dark side, Tuesday Reviewsday and much more.
Today, we start with a discussion about the conditions deported youth face in Honduras. Then, grooming remains one of the most resilient industries despite the recession. Plus, Edan Lepucki's debut novel 'California' builds buzz before release, a new free 'Good and Cheap' cookbook for the $4 a day SNAP budget, shark attacks on the rise in Southern California, and much more.
Today on the show we begin by saying goodbye to 'Unbroken' Olympian and WWII hero Louis Zamperini. Then, we take a look at U.S. flag etiquette ahead of the July 4th holiday. Plus, we meet the Griffith, LA's new signature cocktail, Migrants say dire conditions in Central America reason for rise in crossings, we reveal the winner of our best sausage in SoCal contest and more.
Today, we talk with attorney Kenneth Feinberg on how he will decide what GM switch victims' lives are wort. Then, ousted Dov Charney hints at a fight for control of American Apparel. Plus, soccer's rising in the U.S., but can it break into the big leagues? Mosquito-borne Chikingunya virus spreading to the Americas, Brazilian hip-hop artist Emicida captures youth culture in Sao Paulo and much more.
Today, we start with a discussion about the increase in California's minimum wage to $9/hour. Then, California extends paid family leave benefits. Plus, Robert Townsend on his film "Hollywood Shuffle" and the roles black actors are offered today, President Obama plans to sidestep Congress on Immigration, Prescott community still healing from Yarnell Hill Fire tragedy and much more.
Today, the Supreme Court ruled that religious institutions do not have to pay for access to birth control. Plus, U.S. border patrol agents turn to webcams to aid in monitoring. Plus, Yosemite turns 150, but preservationists still face challenges, 'Code Black' doc takes us inside the nation's busiest emergency room, fans of the Mexico World Cup team mourn their loss to the Netherlands and much more.