Recently on Take Two
SCOTUS rules against key part of Voting Rights Act; President Obama to reveal plan for climate change; Norovirus outbreaks plague Yellowstone, Grand Teton parks; Competition seeks ideas for extreme weather resistant architecture; The Rainbow Flag at 35: Making of a global symbol of gay rights; Arborists attempt to clone John Muir's dying Giant Sequoia; Remembering 'Twilight Zone' writer Richard Matheson
SCOTUS punts affirmative action case back to lower courts; Immigration reform package's future in House is uncertain; Why is Edward Snowden seeking asylum in Ecuador?; Imperial Courts homicide draws attention to area's transition; #MyName: The importance of names and what they say about you; Hell Is Other People app helps you avoid unwanted run-ins, plus much more.
Senate immigration plan includes increase in border security efforts; World on Wheels roller skating rink gets its final spin; Sentences for white-collar criminals up for review; House rejects $500 billion farm bill; 'Angel Town': The City of LA's long lost official song; Translating mob lingo heard at the Whitey Bulger trial, and much more.
Gay 'cure' ministry Exodus International apologizes, shuts down operations; Japanese-Americans seek historic status for Tuna Canyon detention station; Neighborhoods: A feast of history and culture await you in LA's Koreatown; Looming loan rate increase has students worried; Border counties struggle to prosecute drug offenses due to budget cuts; In Phoenix, zombie subdivisions wake from slumber; Hulu series 'East Los High' depicts Latino teen life in Los Angeles, plus much more.
White House threatens to veto farm bill over food stamp cuts; Rep. Matsui reflects on her food stamp challenge; Are people still excited about Google Glass?; What's the difference between a geek and a nerd?; OC arts high school connects students to Hollywood; Sports Roundup: NBA Finals, Lebron James, Yasiel Puig and more, plus much more.
House committee weighs tough immigration bill; Many migrants who die crossing US-Mexico border are never ID'd; California officials say 2013 fire season could be state's worst in a century; Apple says iMessage, FaceTime are safe from NSA surveillance; Study: Bullying among siblings as damaging as peer bullying, plus much more.