Take Two (KPCC)
Ferguson decision aftermath, what US-Mexico border...11/26/14
What happens now after the Ferguson grand jury decision, what the border sounds like when a composer gets involved, and how the Shazam app has changed the music industry.
Uber revolt, war in cyberspace, gender imbalance in film
Reaction to the controversies surrounding Uber, fighting war on a fifth front--cyberspace--and women still underrepresented in film.
Immigration reform reactions and effects, Friday Flashback
Reaction to President Obama's immigration reform speech and what it means for different groups, plus re-accessing Cosby on the Friday Flashback.
Ferguson fears, Mexico president's mansion controversy, never wash your...
A grand jury ruling in Ferguson, Missouri could have national rumblings. A scandal over the Mexican White House. And a no-wash car with a finish that repels dirt.
America's hostage policy, 'gay wing' at LA County jail and Bill Cosby's...
The White House reviews its policy when American citizens are taken hostage overseas, a look inside the 'gay wing' at the LA County Men's Central Jail and a breakdown of why Bill Cosby's special won't be released on Netflix.
NFL wives and domestic violence, hydrogen cars, 'Rebel music' explores...
NFL wives told to keep quiet about domestic abuse, Toyota's hydrogen fuel cell-powered sedan and an MTV show that chronicles music, youth and global social change.
Groundwater, Michael Brown audio tapes, the true story of 'Foxcatcher'
On Monday Take Two discusses the latest on the drought, recent evidence that could impact the Michael Brown case and what gold medalist Mark Schultz, the brother of murdered gold medalist Dave Schultz, says happened in real life to inspire the new...
Obama's immigration executive order, LGBT veterans, black photographers
On Friday Take Two discusses an announcement President Obama is set to make about an executive order regarding immigration, how vets have been affected by Don't Ask Don't Tell and how African American communities use the camera for social change.
Latest in Ferguson, Hollywood war veterans, three-wheeled vehicles
The latest in Ferguson, Missouri as they await a grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case, an organization that pairs veterans with Hollywood jobs and a vehicle that is somewhere between a car and a motorcycle.
US and China's global warming plan, female veterans challenges, the bad...
The US and China's agreement to combat global warming, the difficulties women veterans face, and a new site that shows the science behind why sugar is bad for you.
Declining ranks at veterans clubs, do strawberries pose danger, new...
Veterans clubs try to appeal to young vets, concerns grow about a fumigant used in strawberry farming, and Jack White brings old 78's back to life.
Veterans' issues, poor track records of nursing homes and fall TV...
Veterans seek conversation about their roles in war and peace, poor track records of nursing homes and why so many freshman TV shows survived cancellation.
How Facebook can fight Ebola, Californians helping to rebuild in the...
Facebook has a plan to expand Internet and cell phone access in Ebola-stricken areas, how Californians are helping to rebuild the Philippines one year after Typhoon Haiyan, and a documentary showcases real-life quidditch played by UCLA students
Congressional women, college 'success fees,' why we should care about...
The significance of 100 women in Congress simultaneously, what are student "success fees", and why no candidates campaigned on net neutrality.
Election reaction, Latino influence in politics, apps that save money...
Reaction and analysis to the GOP's big election night. Plus the future of Latino political power, and apps help you save money and stay safe on the road.
Campaigns and credit cards, Ebola doctor quarantines himself, Taylor...
On Tuesday Take Two discusses how much candidates rack up on credit cards during campaigns, a doctor who worked in Liberia quarantining himself in California and why Taylor Swift decided to pull her new album from the free music streaming service...
Elections, ancient homonid Lucy 40 years after her discovery, Joan...
Politics, politics, remembering the discovery of an ancient skeleton that shook up ideas about human origins, and a film in the works about writer Joan Didion.
Ebola workers, CHP and nude pictures, Jeff Bridges music
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.
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