Recently on Take Two
Today we'll look at how women's issues are taking the immigration reform spotlight. Then, the trial of former Guatemalan dictator begins, Iraqi immigrants refugees struggle to adjust to life in Orange County, we look at the state of African-American newspapers, and much more.
Today, we'll talk about how court budget cuts are threatening the 50-year-old Gideon v. Wainwright decision guaranteeing a right to counsel. Then, photographer David Gilkey shares his photos and experience as one of the first embedded journalists during the Iraq War. Plus, the Dodgers/Time Warner deal, Villaraigosa's legacy and much more.
Today, we take a look at how conservatives are discussing the issue of immigration at the annual CPAC meeting. Then, concussion businesses are growing out of the NFL's increased concern about head injuries, Tess Vigeland explores Boyle Heights and much more.
Today we'll take a look at the new pope and how Latinos are reacting. Then, Cal Tech earthquake early warning system predicts Monday's quake, Rina Palta fills us in on the new chief of jails, soft drink companies worry about the growing popularity of the Soda Stream, a 'Veronica Mars' movie is a go after successful Kickstarter campaign, and more.
Today we find out what California Dems can do with their regained supermajority in the state legislature. Then, we visit a high school for teen parents, we hear what's next in the Miramonte School child abuse case, and much more.
Today, we'll address the growing tensions between North and South Korea. Then, we hit the streets to see what LA's Catholics are looking for in the next pope, a new survey shows that Latino voters generally favor stricter gun laws, musician Harry Taussig takes the stage for the first time at SXSW, and much more.