Recently on Take Two
Prominent newspaper purchases raise questions about LA Times; What does it mean to be middle class in LA?; iPad training for 1500 teachers in LA Unified begins this week; 'The Art of Wealth' tells the intimate story of the Huntington family, plus much more.
Congress heads into recess without deal on immigration bill; Should undocumented immigrants be welcomed in Detroit?; Would you raise a child in downtown LA? Leaders are planning for it (poll); Archbishop Jose Gomez's vision of 'Immigration and the The Next America'; Hollywood Jobs: Taking the wheel with a Hollywood stunt driver, plus much more.
Uruguay pushes legislation to fully legalize marijuana; Ozomatli: Getting to know the band behind Take Two's theme song; Mexico's sex trafficking networks working with drug cartels; Saying goodbye to the X-Games in LA, plus much more.
Congress receives scant sexual harassment training; Pasadena's Gamble House opens up servants quarters to public (Photos); DefCon brings together hackers and government organizations; Report: Climate change and California's rising sea levels; Study shows threat of arrest not deterring undocumented immigrants; Thousands of US veterans deported after service, plus much more.
Medical officials check in on hunger striking prisoners in California; Picture This: The Awkward Years project; Radio host 'Piolin' accused of sexual harassment; Richmond, CA to use eminent domain for housing crisis relief; A day in the life of LA's infant and child death investigator; The Forum in Inglewood to get $70 million facelift, plus much more.
San Diego Bob Filner asks the city to pay his legal bills, even while two recall efforts against him launch this week. Then, big-name GOP donors send a letter urging Congress to back immigration bill; Home buyers use aggressive tactics to snag a dream home; California rehab centers commit fraud for state funding; 'Robert Williams Mr. Bitchin': How one low brow artist changed the art world, and much more.