Recently on Take Two
House 'Gang of Eight' reaches deal on immigration proposal; Can Trutanich survive Feuer in LA city attorney’s race?; Test driving the office treadmill desk with writer Susan Orlean; Mojave Desert star parties bring space geeks together; 'Fruit Hunters' follows Bill Pullman's quest to grow exotic fruit in Hollywood; Friday Flashback: IRS scandal, budget deficit and more, plus much more.
Can House and Senate agree on an immigration reform plan?; Affordable Care Act may not cover all Native Americans; NASA's Kepler planet-hunting spacecraft in jeopardy; Teen cooking show teaches culture, cameras and chopping skills; Joe Mantegna on bringing 'Glengarry Glen Ross' to the stage, plus much more.
Senate approves 5-year farm bill while House readies its own; Payday lenders find ways to skirt Military Lending Act; National Transportation Safety Board recommends lowering DUI limit to 0.05 percent; Are political-minded tech moguls America's new oligarchs?; Women lose political footing at Los Angeles City Hall; Can Mexico's booming tech industry last? Plus much more.
LAUSD board to make decisions on breakfast in classroom, suspensions; NJ Gov. Chris Christie gets big money from California donors; Gov. Brown readies updated budget with $4.5 billion in new revenue; Green card lottery would be axed under Gang of Eight immigration bill; TV Upfronts: Which shows got axed and which are coming back?; Tuesday Reviewsday: Huey Lewis, Frank Turner, She & Him, plus much more.
One week out, we'll take a look at the status of the race for Los Angeles Mayor and find out how difficult it is to run a city as large as LA; California health exchange to hand out millions in outreach grants; Some in California want tougher gun background checks; LA's housing market tightens as number of available homes drop; Design school publishes anti-gun violence children’s books; Report: College may not be a smart investment for everyone, plus much more.
LA transit officials find $43.6 million in fund that 'fell through the cracks'; Bratton group pinpoints problems with Oakland's police force; Los Angeles fails to foster diversity for city contract deals; 'The Source Family' looks back at radical utopian living in 1970s Los Angeles; A look ahead to the 2013 TV/Digital Upfronts; Friday Flashback, and more.