California doctors head to Liberia, drugs in Nicaragua, BP oil spill mess remains

California doctors head to Liberia to help Ebola patients, the BP oil spill four years later and the Clippers opening their season without Donald Sterling as owner.

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NASA's breakaway from Russia, permits issued for driverless cars, history of drought, and more

On Wednesday, Take Two discusses how NASA is working to end its reliance on Russia by 2017, technology behind driverless cars, and how new CA groundwater regulations could help conserve water. We'll also look at the history of drought and its affect on wildflowers.

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Poverty in LA, bike lanes, Tuesday Reviewsday, disciplining children, and more

On Tuesday, Take Two discusses how the new bike buffer law will be enforced and what that means for drivers. Also, we look at how the city of San Francisco is using shame as a way to encourage people to retrofit buildings and homes.

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Daniele Watts detained, Adrian Peterson and child abuse, Guatemalan cuisine and more

On Monday, Take Two discusses Daniele Watts' recent detainment after police received a call of indecent exposure. We'll also look at the role other Arab Nation will play as the U.S. gears up to take action against the group calling itself the Islamic State. Plus, the NFL continues to get bad publicity after Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson was indicted on child abuse charges, LA Magazine writer Bill Esparza takes us on a culinary tour of Guatemala, all this and much more.

The Skeleton Twins

Heat wave, rent control in LA, Bill Hader, after deportation, depression placebo, Antelope Valley homeless, creepy composer Brian Reitzell and more

Friday Take Two will discuss how people will deal with the weekend heat wave, if rent control is helping LA, Bill Hader in a new dramatic role, a story of the day after deportation, placebos treating depression, the growing Antelope Valley homeless population and how film and television composer Brian Reitzell makes creepy music for the "Hannibal" series.


Obama's anti-terror plan, race relations and the police, compound creams, LA money laundering, Frank Gehry in Watts, Jessica Chastain and more

Thursday Take Two will discuss Obama's recently laid-out plan to combat Islamic militants, improving relations between African Americans and the police, the latest on a compound creams investigation, why LA is a center of drug cartel money laundering schemes, improving Watts with architecture, The Wheel Thing and Jessica Chastain's role in the unique film "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby."

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Apple Watch fashion, compound cream safety, opting out of vaccines, acidic oceans, America's best burrito and more

On Wednesday, Take Two will discuss the fashion angle of the new Apple Watch, the cause and effect of parents opting out of vaccines, early autism treatment, the safety of lucrative compound creams, oceans turning acidic and the results of America's best burrito bracket.