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Newest Innovations In Consumer Technology On Display At 2015 International CES

Talking to kids about race, is the legal immigration system biased, the high-tech home of the future

Talking to kids about race, does the legal immigration process discriminate against Latin Americans, and connected gadgets in the house of the future.


Gagging grand jurors, Mexican president in DC, new music from Kanye and Madonna

A grand juror in the Michael Brown case wants to speak out, Mexico's president meets with Obama, and new releases from Kanye West and Madonna.

AB-60 license applications

2015 new immigrant laws, Gov. Brown’s State of the State, St. Louis Rams owner plans for LA stadium

A new year means new laws, but how many immigrants are seizing the opportunity for a driver’s licenses or college loans? A preview of Gov. Jerry Brown's State of the State address, and talks continue to swirl over whether an NFL team will really come to L.A. PROGRAMMING NOTE: This episode of Take Two airs for one hour, instead of two, due to Gov. Brown's address.

Dr. Feelgood

Sony hack-inside job? 2015 Food trends, Wilko Johnson's Going Back Home

New questions about whether or not North Korea was really involved in the Sony hack. A look ahead to 2015 food trends. Plus, after cancer diagnosis, guitarist Wilko Johnson is Going Back Home.


High school athletes wear 'I Can't Breathe' shirts, Malaysia Flight 370 update, 2015 Rose Parade

A Mendocino High School athlete speaks out after he and his teammates wore 'I Can't Breathe' shirts during practice. A check in on search efforts 10 months after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared. Plus, Luke Zamperini talks about filling in for his father, Louis, in the 2015 Rose Parade.


Islamic State review, bad medical advice, tiny house update

Journalist Hermione Gee gives an update on the rise of Islamist militants in Iraq and Syria and the group calling itself the Islamic State, who caught the world's attention in 2014. A new study says the advice dished out by TV doctors is wrong, and a check-in with a couple who hit the road to live in a tiny house.