Recently on Take Two
Political cartoonist speaks on Charlie Hebdo attack, Andrew Young talks 'Selma,' wearable fitness trackers and data
A cartoonist for the International New York Times discusses his reaction to the killings at Charlie Hebdo. Andrew Young, chair of the Andrew Young Foundation and friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., talks about the new film 'Selma.' Plus, wearable fitness trackers are popular these days. Tech writer Dave Pogue discusses what is done with the data that is collected, and if it's even accurate.
Talking to kids about race, is the legal immigration system biased, the high-tech home of the future
Talking to kids about race, does the legal immigration process discriminate against Latin Americans, and connected gadgets in the house of the future.
A grand juror in the Michael Brown case wants to speak out, Mexico's president meets with Obama, and new releases from Kanye West and Madonna.
A new year means new laws, but how many immigrants are seizing the opportunity for a driver’s licenses or college loans? A preview of Gov. Jerry Brown's State of the State address, and talks continue to swirl over whether an NFL team will really come to L.A. PROGRAMMING NOTE: This episode of Take Two airs for one hour, instead of two, due to Gov. Brown's address.
New questions about whether or not North Korea was really involved in the Sony hack. A look ahead to 2015 food trends. Plus, after cancer diagnosis, guitarist Wilko Johnson is Going Back Home.
A Mendocino High School athlete speaks out after he and his teammates wore 'I Can't Breathe' shirts during practice. A check in on search efforts 10 months after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared. Plus, Luke Zamperini talks about filling in for his father, Louis, in the 2015 Rose Parade.