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Californians React To Supreme Court Rulings On Prop 8 And DOMA

Take Two for June 26, 2013

The Supreme Court made historic rulings on both Prop 8 and the Defense Of Marriage Act today. We'll have a full show of analysis, local and national reaction, and we'll hear how this ruling will affect everyday Californians. In addition, we'll take a look at photographer David Guttenfelder's series on the plight of the songbird, and our regular sports roundup.

Supreme Court Issues Orders On Pending Cases

Take Two for June 25, 2013

SCOTUS rules against key part of Voting Rights Act; President Obama to reveal plan for climate change; Norovirus outbreaks plague Yellowstone, Grand Teton parks; Competition seeks ideas for extreme weather resistant architecture; The Rainbow Flag at 35: Making of a global symbol of gay rights; Arborists attempt to clone John Muir's dying Giant Sequoia; Remembering 'Twilight Zone' writer Richard Matheson

Abigail Noel Fisher, who challenged a racial component to University of Texas at Austin's admissions policy, speaks to the media outside the U.S. Supreme Court building during oral in the case in October.

Take Two for June 24, 2013

SCOTUS punts affirmative action case back to lower courts; Immigration reform package's future in House is uncertain; Why is Edward Snowden seeking asylum in Ecuador?; Imperial Courts homicide draws attention to area's transition; #MyName: The importance of names and what they say about you; Hell Is Other People app helps you avoid unwanted run-ins, plus much more.

Take Two for June 21, 2013

Senate immigration plan includes increase in border security efforts; World on Wheels roller skating rink gets its final spin; Sentences for white-collar criminals up for review; House rejects $500 billion farm bill; 'Angel Town': The City of LA's long lost official song; Translating mob lingo heard at the Whitey Bulger trial, and much more.

Tuna Canyon

Take Two for June 20, 2013

Gay 'cure' ministry Exodus International apologizes, shuts down operations; Japanese-Americans seek historic status for Tuna Canyon detention station; Neighborhoods: A feast of history and culture await you in LA's Koreatown; Looming loan rate increase has students worried; Border counties struggle to prosecute drug offenses due to budget cuts; In Phoenix, zombie subdivisions wake from slumber; Hulu series 'East Los High' depicts Latino teen life in Los Angeles, plus much more.

Activists Protest House Farm Bill Plan To Cut Food Assistance Program

Take Two for June 19, 2013

White House threatens to veto farm bill over food stamp cuts; Rep. Matsui reflects on her food stamp challenge; Are people still excited about Google Glass?; What's the difference between a geek and a nerd?; OC arts high school connects students to Hollywood; Sports Roundup: NBA Finals, Lebron James, Yasiel Puig and more, plus much more.