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President Obama and immigration reform, starfish make a comeback, child care wastelands, and more

On Thursday, Take Two discusses possible actions President Obama could take on immigration and what's at stake for the White House, starfish appear to be coming back after a mysterious disease caused them to melt away, what parents do when there are no child care options available, and much more.

An Iraqi Shiite militiaman, a follower of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, jumps to break a placard with the name of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) during a parade, in the northern oil rich province of Kirkuk, Iraq, on Saturday.

How to keep mentally ill patients out of jail, #ISISMediaBlackout, UCLA historic speeches and more

On Wednesday, Take Two discusses the logic behind #ISISMediaBlackout, the child migrant crisis through the eyes of sisters, salvaging and digitizing historic UCLA speeches, how special clinics keep mentally ill patients out of jail and much more.


Averting extremism, Internet etiquette, foster kids, leaked celebrity nude photos

On Tuesday, Take Two discusses Internet etiquette, how a mental health organization is bringing help to northern Iraq, a new program to help divert youths from extremism, an FBI investigation into leaked celebrity nude photos and why Coachella Valley High School retired its mascot.


NFL domestic violence, immigrant education, kiddie cocktails, 'Cantinflas', Friday Flashback and more

On Friday, Take Two discusses punishments for NFL players who commit domestic abuse, preschool education for immigrants, cocktails for kids, the actor playing Latin American icon Cantinflas and a look at the week in news with Friday Flashback.

Abimael Martinez, who was deported from Riverside, Calif., with the hole he dug to live in beneath the banks of Tijuana's fetid river canal.

Immigration courts, sailing stones and filming in L.A. and more

Today's edition of Take Two starts out by looking into how why cases stalled before Immigration courts have now reached an all time high. Plus, a look at this weekend's Telluride film festival and the mysterious moving rocks of Death Valley and more.

Immigration Overload Courts

Immigration courts, psychiatric drugs in foster care, Central America drought and more

Today, we'll take a look at the busiest immigration court in Los Angeles that has been handling the thousands of cases of unaccompanied minors from Central America. Plus, will the cost of the damage in wine country be transferred to the consumer? Then, thousands of children in the foster care system are given psychiatric drugs without oversight, drought in Central America and more.