Recently on Take Two
Families on food stamps face cuts to benefits on November 1; Study finds breast milk sold online is often tainted with bacteria; 'Back To Normal' and the misdiagnosis of mental illness in children; Tuesday Reviewsday: Lorde, Pusha T, Gretchen Parlato and more; How the rising jellyfish population poses a threat to humans and sea life; California's newest cities face extinction; More Americans open to online dating, Pew says and much more.
LA Dodgers management looks ahead to next season; What is the status of the House's immigration reform effort?; BART strike in Bay Area enters its fourth day; How depictions of slavery in film have evolved; Even the smallest pests can wreak havoc on your car; Charles Phoenix uncovers retro gems in Sacramento; How climate change may transform the Bay Area's landscape, plus much more.
Weapons inspectors in Syria face many dangers, challenges; LA Sheriff Lee Baca found liable in inmate abuse case; LA County Probation Department understaffed amidst growing responsibilities; 'Birth of the Living Dead' looks at the rise of zombies in pop culture; The Bay Delta Conservation Plan: A solution for the Delta's future?; Study: Eating popcorn makes you immune to in-theater ads, and more.
Calculating the real cost of the government shutdown; End of shutdown brings life and tourism back to National Parks; Keeping the dying art of hand-painted billboards alive in Los Angeles; Director Kimberly Peirce on resurrecting the classic horror film 'Carrie'; Exemption to ACA could leave many Native Americans uninsured; What you need to know about Medicare open enrollment, plus much more.
What would happen if the US government were to default?; Biggest roadblocks to Asian mental health may come from within; The Band's Robbie Robertson on the music that changed the world; Study shows anti-gay sentiment is underestimated; The struggle over Bitcoin's future; Sports Roundup: Dodgers must win, Puig under fire; App Chat: Guilt-free entertainment for your kids, plus much more.
Supreme Court to hear arguments in Michigan affirmative action case; Why aren't the NFL's first minority Super Bowl winners in the Hall Of Fame?; Marine base expansion in Joshua Tree faces opposition; DNA from LA area immigrants could solve painful mysteries from Guatemala's civil war; The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta's fragile ecology, plus much more.