Recently on Take Two
Today, we talk about the underrepresentation of minorities in groups that support environmental causes. Then we discuss the variety of weaponry being used in Gaza and why experts believe collateral damage was unavoidable. Later on, we talk about the week in music, and much more.
Today, we talk about the Tribune Company's spinoff and what it means for readers of papers like the LA Times. We also discuss earthquake early warning systems, Gaza's displaced residents, the search for the missing Malaysia flight, California's rise in food stamp usage and much more.
Today, we talk about the efforts of House leaders to pass a bill regarding migrant children at the border before Congress leaves on vacation. Also, "Get On Up," the biopic of the "hardest working man in show business," James Brown, hit theaters today. Later on, we'll talk about the House's attempt to figure out what "driving under the influence" means when it comes to marijuana. We talk to Grover Norquist about why he's headed to Burning Man, and much more.
Today on the show, we start with a look at how migrant children are being processed through immigration courts. Then, an update on the flooding and water main break at UCLA. Then, KPCC's Sanden Totten fills us in on the latest science research, we look at how was has changed in US history textbooks, the new VA secretary pledges action for veterans in first 90 days, Gene Ween returns with a deeply personal album and much more.
Today, we'll begin with a discussion about the water main break that flooded the UCLA campus on Tuesday. Is aging infrastructure to blame? Then, will Obama use executive action to curb the migrant crisis? Plus, the Lakers get a new coach, a scientific paper touting necessity of processed foods draws nutritionists' ire, why is Kim Kardashian's app so popular? The life of a professional "rabbit" and much more.
Today on the show, we hear the latest on the Dodgers TV drama. Then, the legal battle between Donald Sterling and the Clippers. Plus, three Big Sur lodging options big in beauty and small in price, UC Davos students hope to shave a year off medical school, study finds fist bumping is more hygienic than shaking hands, Veterans Affairs gets a revamp, Gaza tunnels and much more.