Recently on Take Two
California spends big money on anti-psychotic drugs for inmates; Valley Fever sickens 28 solar workers in San Luis Obispo County; How tech writer Paul Miller survived a year without the Internet; Mexicans urge Obama, Peña Nieto to focus on security; The future of diplomacy between Obama and Mexico's Peña Nieto; Will master plan preserve Union Station's Art Deco charm? Plus much more.
We take a look back at the May Day protests of 2006 Father-in-law of Sinaloa cartel leader Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman arrested; Big pharma's push for the female 'viagra' pill, Osphena; Yahoo! doubles maternity leave time for employees; Federal task force says everyone 15-65 should get routine HIV testing, plus much more.
Valley Fever outbreak plagues inmates in Central California prisons; Will Mark Sanford's run for Congress be marred by past transgressions?; Tijuana, San Diego make bid for first binational Olympics; Rep. John Carter on the House's upcoming immigration bill; New science standards hard sell at cash-strapped Sylmar High School (Photos); 'A Short History of Nuclear Folly' and the lasting effects of the nuclear arms race, plus much more.
Other fired LAPD officers want their cases reviewed after Dorner incident; Labor brokers exploit factory workers dependent on them for transportation; Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit begins; Washington's 'pot czar' tasked with setting up a new industry; A look inside Disney's effort to hire 3,000 veterans, plus much more.
We'll hear from Californians who are struggling with unemployment; Is the US entering its own era of austerity?; The Senate votes to end air traffic controller furloughs; Producer Joe Boyd releases 'Way to Blue,' a tribute to late musician Nick Drake; State, federal officials meet to discuss restoration plan for the Salton Sea; Can online gaming company Zynga survive? plus much more.
Federal regulators act to curb big banks' payday lending; US Congressman Tom McClintock joins the show to explain the challenges facing the GOP; Nevada creates policy to prevent out-of-state busing of mentally ill patients; Rocker Graham Nash captures 50 years of 'Visual Harmony'; Isabel Allende tells a tale of grief, drugs and homelessness in 'Maya's Notebook,' plus much more.