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Ebola workers, CHP and nude pictures, Jeff Bridges music10/31/14
Ebola workers in Africa, an investigation into alleged CHP nude picture trading of female arrestees and actor/musician Jeff Bridges on his latest live album.
California doctors head to Liberia, drugs in Nicaragua, BP oil spill...
California doctors head to Liberia to help Ebola patients, the BP oil spill four years later and the Clippers opening their season without Donald Sterling as owner.
Antares rocket explosion, buying drugs online, Jeff Garlin, Ceci Bastida
A set back for the private space program, people who buy drugs online that are often counterfeit or substandard, and a San Francisco lab studies the Ebola virus.
State vs. fed Ebola response, a cosmetic surgery convention, and...
Ebola response at the state and federal level, a cosmetic surgery convention, and from Game of Thrones, learning to speak Dothraki.
Ebola nurse volunteer, why Brazil likes immigrants, Andrew Carnegie's...
A nurse working in the Ebola zone, why Brazil welcomes immigrants, and why Stephen Hawkins joined Facebook.
ISIS women, Ebola fear, 'The Odyssey' project
How ISIS recruits women, the fear of Ebola in light of a case in NYC and an event that tackles Homer's "The Odyssey" with a group reading.
Michael Brown autopsy, race in America, George Clinton's new memoir
The leaked Michael Brown autopsy, a new book "Who We Be: The Colorization of America" looks at racial attitudes and George Clinton shares the evolution of funk.
Ebola flights, Latinas and cancer, lead at gun clubs
Ebola. Some experts say a travel ban is a distraction. Genes protect some Latinas from breast cancer, and gun ranges with high levels of lead.
New head of LA schools, women in war, remembering Oscar de la Renta
New L.A. schools superintendent Ramon Cortines, a documentary about boundary-breaking women in war, and remembering designer Oscar de la Renta.
Chinese buy up LA real estate, prudence or panic over Ebola, a slew of...
A working nurse describes what she wants to protect health care workers against Ebola, a boom in Chinese investors in an LA suburb, Brad Pitt rules the box office, and a quest for the world's funniest human.
Resigned LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy speaks, Latino politics,...
What does it take to run a big city school district, Latino politics, fun and almost-free weekend events and Ebola panic on the Friday Flashback.
LAUSD Superintendent Deasy to resign, gun responsibility, tribal...
On Thursday Take Two will discuss news that LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy is set to resign after iPad controversy and what that means to parents and the district, how responsible parents are for their children's gun actions, a Central California...
The psychology behind Ebola fears, how doctors persuade reluctant...
On Take Two today we'll talk about the psychology behind the Ebola scare and find out how pediatricians talk to parents wary of vaccinating their kids. Plus we'll get the latest in sports news with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky and talk to California...
Bay Area faults, Vatican attitudes toward gays, Ebola in airports, 'Les...
On Tuesday Take Two will discuss Bay Area faults, a new Vatican document about attitudes towards gays and lesbians, if you can catch Ebola on a plane, a "Les Miserables" song becoming an anthem in Hong Kong, Tuesday Reviewsday and more.
Health contracts, Ebola cure, regulating sperm banks, On the Lot,...
On Monday Take Two will discuss controversy in California health insurance contracts, crowd funding an Ebola cure, Edward Snowden at the Oscars, regulating sperm banks, Seattle celebrating Indigenous People's Day, the effect of drought on wine and...
Unrest continues in Ferguson, voting from outer space, IUD popularity...
On Thursday, Take Two discusses new actions planned this weekend by protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, how astronauts in outer space are preparing to cast their vote for midterm elections, why more experts are recommending IUDs to young women, the...
A town without water, NBA deal expected to bring more programming to...
On Tuesday, Take Two discusses NBA's new deal with ESPN and Turner Sports. Then, we'll talk to Theater of War Productions artistic director about his experience translating plays from ancient Greek. Finally, we'll look at UC Davis opened a AB540 and...
SCOTUS takes on religion, Hong Kong protests, 'ghost guns,' double...
On Monday, Take Two discusses SCOTUS taking on freedom of religion, ongoing protests in Hong Kong, a machine that makes untraceable guns, a study that challenges double mastectomy effectiveness, the death with dignity debate and more.
Preparing for Ebola epidemic, California Sunday, indie studios and why...
On Friday, Take Two looks at how prepared Los Angeles County in the case of potential Ebola outbreak here, the place for indie studios and why automated planes lead pilot skills to wane. Then, we'll explore a cat cafe opening in Downtown LA.
Why federal officials resign amidst controversy, Lyft's new carpool...
On Thursday, Take Two explores why it's routine for federal officials to resign amidst problems and scandals, what Lyft's new carpool program is all about and, then, we'll talk to one Hawaiian resident who lives just two miles away from an erupting...
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