Recently on Take Two
Today on the show, we start with news that big tobacco is lighting up the e-cigarette market. Then, an analysis by Politico shows oil-train accidents have skyrocketed in last 5 years. Plus, what can 'maker culture' do for the US economy? The energy vampire that lets you watch 'Game of Thrones,' photographer Andrew Burton documents the quiet lives of elderly CA inmates and much more.
Today on the show we start with a look at how the U.S. and Iran are working together to secure Iraq from ISIS fighters. Then, why LGBT immigrants are finding it easier to seek asylum in the U.S. Plus, Hewlett-Packard has a new vision for the future, the Museum of Latin American Art will include Chicano Art, and much more.
Today, we hear from a journalist on the ground in Iraq after ISIS militants began their attack on the region. Then, a battle is brewing over what makes a true Tennessee Whiskey. Plus, remembering Casey Kasem, Starbucks says it will pay for its employees college education, we learn how climate change is affecting the desert landscape, U.S. coach Klinsmann opts for youth, international experience at World Cup and much more
Today we begin with Barack Obama's comments on the unrest in Iraq. Then, we hear from an Iraqi-American concerned about his family back home. Plus, who's killing the peafowl of Rolling Hills Estates? Mexican-American soccer fans view game as 'a culture, a religion,' 'Mad Men''s Rich Sommer joins cast of characters for LA Film Fest table read, Aimee Mann and Ted Leo team up for their new album 'The Both' and more.
We start today with a look at the FBI's investigation into problems with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs. Then, will Eric Cantor's departure push Rep. Kevin McCarthy ahead in House? Plus, California ranked one of the most stressed-out state in U.S., LA's Croatian community roots for their homeland team, 'Obvious Child''s Jenny Slate on life, love and stand-up comedy, how to make high-concept ice cream sandwiches like Coohaus at home and more.
Today we start with analysis and reaction from the Vergara vs. California ruling about teacher protections. Then, House majority leader Eric Cantor is defeated by Tea Party candidate David Brat. Plus, we take a look at some unrest around the beginning of the World Cup, the L.A. Film Fest kicks off today, Journalist Anthony Breznican on his new novel 'Brutal Youth' and much more.