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California Republicans

Take Two for October 7, 2013

A look back at the last government shutdown; GOP strategist Mike Madrid on CA's Republican summit in Anaheim; Dodgers fans hopeful at team's chances at a championship; Profile: The first Latino president of the State Bar of California; Cheech Marin on Chicano art and 'Chicanitas'; Odd Hollywood Jobs: Celebrity profiler, plus much more.

US-POLITICS-ECONOMY-BUDGET

Take Two for October 4, 2013

What do foreigners think about the US government shutdown?; NYT sets off a New York-Los Angeles taco showdown; 'Parkland': The search for the truth behind the JFK assassination; 'League of Legends' video game championship comes to LA; Friday Flashback: Government shutdown edition, plus much more.

Congress Still Divided As Government Shutdown Enters Third Day

Take Two for October 3, 2013

What is the legislature doing during the government shutdown?; Tourism-reliant businesses feel the sting of the shutdown; Highlights and outcome of the Michael Jackson-AEG trial; Where's the best place for brunch in Los Angeles?; RZA headlines 5-year anniversary party for Echo Park's Bedrock Studios, plus much more.

Take Two for October 2, 2013

Rep. John Campbell on the government shutdown; What is it like to sign up for Obamacare in California?; Danny DeVito and Judd Hirsch reunite in 'The Sunshine Boys'; Picture This: Documenting the Los Angeles Dodgers; Former Guatemalan soldier accused of atrocities convicted of US immigration fraud, Etiquette Lesson: How to deal with a significant other's annoying obsession, plus much more.

Government Shutdown Closes Statue Of Liberty

Take Two for October 1, 2013

How the government shutdown will affect the average US citizen; Report finds California has highest poverty rate in US; Finding bone marrow matches is harder for some ethnic groups; LA Unified's backlog of broken musical instruments 'like a war scene'; FAQ: Navigating Covered California's health insurance exchange, plus much more.

Boehner, House Leaders Speak To Press After Republican Conference Meeting

Take Two for September 30, 2013

Fact checking the congressional budget talk headlines; What would the US economy look like if Congress passed a budget?; Why America's national health care efforts are so contentious; Public officials, activists await court ruling about oil drilling in Whittier hills, plus much more.