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Bipartisan Group Of Senators Announce Major Agreement On Immigration Reform

Take Two for May 17, 2013

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.

President Obama speaks on the situation regarding the IRS - DC

Take Two for May 16, 2013

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.

Miami Police Set Up DUI Checkpoint For Holiday Drivers

Take Two for May 15, 2013

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.

Government Assistance Programs Aid Underprivileged Communities In New York State

Take Two for May 14, 2013

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.


Take Two for May 13, 2013

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.

Source Family

Take Two for May 10, 2013

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.