Recently on Take Two
President Obama promotes health care reform at community college in Maryland; House bill threatens federal food stamp program; Ask Emily: Navigating the new Medi-Cal expansion; Rep. John Campbell joins the show to discuss the battle over Obamacare; Plan to raise Shasta Lake may hinge on Sacred River, plus much more.
Gov. Brown given 30-day extension to reduce prison overcrowding; Gulf Cartel hands out relief for victims of Mexico flooding; Irvine's Asian population booms, boosting the local real estate market; Latinos a growing force in the fight for environmental issues; The battle over San Diego's Barrio Logan; Did recent storms put a dent in the Southwest's drought problem?
What will it take to avoid a government shutdown?; The doctor is in, and lives down the road; 'Priority schools' plan is latest to remake failing L.A. Unified schools; John Parkinson: The man who made LA; Conn. court to decide whether horses are innately 'vicious' animals, plus much more.
Today we begin with an update on the Nairobi mall terrorist attack. Then, we'll take a look at the safety of public places in the wake of recent mass shootings. Also, a new Pew study tracks the ebb and flow of undocumented immigrants in US; Rep. Becerra joins the show to talk about the status of immigration reform in the House; Wrapping up the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, and more.
Severe flooding in Mexico leaves dozens missing; The Dodgers clinch the National League West division title; 'Generation Iron': The modern-day bodybuilder's quest for the Mr. Olympia title; The Village People return with a new single, "Let's Go Back to the Dance Floor"; Professor says he has ID'd slave woman who wrote 'A Bondwoman's Narrative', plus much more.
Officials say prison hunger strike leader still in control of Mexican Mafia; The American media's waning interest in the Navy Yard shooting; Is it legal to dismiss jurors based on their sexual orientation?; Starbucks CEO says guns no longer welcome in stores; Does the NFL take taxpayers for a ride?; State Of Affairs: Board of Supervisors, Jose Huizar, and more