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Abimael Martinez, who was deported from Riverside, Calif., with the hole he dug to live in beneath the banks of Tijuana's fetid river canal.

Immigration courts, sailing stones and filming in L.A. and more

Today's edition of Take Two starts out by looking into how why cases stalled before Immigration courts have now reached an all time high. Plus, a look at this weekend's Telluride film festival and the mysterious moving rocks of Death Valley and more.

Immigration Overload Courts

Immigration courts, psychiatric drugs in foster care, Central America drought and more

Today, we'll take a look at the busiest immigration court in Los Angeles that has been handling the thousands of cases of unaccompanied minors from Central America. Plus, will the cost of the damage in wine country be transferred to the consumer? Then, thousands of children in the foster care system are given psychiatric drugs without oversight, drought in Central America and more.

Los Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy

LAUSD cancels iPad contract, earthquake insurance, biggest winners at 2014 Emmys and more

Today on the show, Superintendent John Deasy pulls the plug on the $1 billion iPad program, but the bidding process continues. Plus, Mexico's President Enrique Peña Nieto is in town and meeting with Gov. Jerry Brown, we'll have more on their meeting. Then, we look at what one cemetery is doing to be more water-friendly amidst concerns of the drought and 'Breaking Bad' sweeps several Emmys Awards. All this and more.

6.0 Earthquake Rattles Northern California

Napa earthquake, Michael Brown's lawyer, Emmy Awards 2014 and more

Today on the show, we check in on some of the damage caused by the 6.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Northern California early Sunday morning. Plus, we'll take a look at the lawyer representing the Michael Brown family, who also represented the Trayvon Martin family. 'The Simpsons' mural makes its way to the real Springfield, the drama surrounding fantasy football and much more.

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Urban water rationing, the Olympic murals, a Northridge earthquake opera and more

Take Two looks at about the negative effects of restricting water in urban environments. We'll also discuss efforts to bring the 1984 Olympic Freeway murals back to life, how seals could have infected early humans with tuberculosis, and we remember the Northridge Earthquake through opera. All this and much more.


Hostage rescues, racial disparity in Ferguson, Alfred Molina and more

Today, Take Two looks at recruiting jihadist groups in Iraq and Syria in the context of the death of American journalist James Foley. Also, we look at the racial disparity in Ferguson, Missouri, and actor Alfred Molina stops by to talk about his new film 'Love Is Strange.' All this and much more.