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Take Two for April 2, 2013

Today on the show, we'll look at student veterans as they struggle to go back to school and move on with their lives; Residents of Hinkley, Ca are moving away in droves due to continued toxicity; OC Register's university ad deal raises ethics and credibility questions; What does it mean for our state capitol if the Sacramento Kings move to Seattle? Plus much more.


Take Two for April 1, 2013

Mexican drug cartels are sending agents to run operations deep inside the US; Mark Zuckerberg joins other tech leaders to form multimillion-dollar super PAC; Update on the murder trial of Rockefeller impostor Christian Gerhartsreiter; Stealth fees drive up college costs, plus much more.

Activists Protests Against The Agriculture Industry's Lobby Influence Over Congress

Take Two for March 29, 2013

President Obama makes an appearance on Spanish-language TV, and the latest in immigration news; Critics protest Obama's "protection" of Monsanto; A Judge rules that private Manson tapes can be released to authorities; Derek Cianfrance joins the show to talk about "The Place Beyond The Pines," plus much more.

Newport Beach, CA gas prices March 8 2013

Take Two for March 28, 2013

StingRay surveillance technology is raising privacy and constitutionality concerns; Tess Vigeland explores Leimert Park; Should fossil fuel subsidies come to an end?; Mexico's Semana Santa celebration brings shoppers to the U.S.; California smokers could pay higher health care costs under Obamacare, and much more.

Federal Appeals Court Holds Hearing On Prop 8

Take Two for March 27, 2013

Today we'll take a look at the status of DOMA and the latest news coming out of the Supreme Court. Then, most drug busts at the US-Mexican border involve American citizens, Bridal Brokerage helps take the financial pain out of cancelled weddings and much more.

Supreme Court Hears Arguments On California's Prop 8 And Defense Of Marriage Act

Take Two for March 26, 2013

Today on the show we'll take an in-depth look at Prop 8, from the history of the movement to it's current status in the Supreme Court. Then, Sequestration hits home for low-income Angelenos, we ask whether Sunset's Tower Records should become a landmark, and much more.