Ebola workers, CHP and nude pictures, Jeff Bridges music
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On Friday Take Two's show includes Ebola workers in Africa, an investigation into alleged CHP nude picture trading of female arrestees and talking with Jeff Bridges about his latest live album.
As the conversation surrounding Ebola in the U.S. focuses on states' quarantine policies, aid workers in West Africa continue their work to stop the spread of the disease at its source.
Some children are the first to enter the immigration court system under a new, expedited program that requires them to have a court hearing within 21 days of their initial filing.
Southern California Public Radio's Sharon McNary says passengers, and airport police, wonder whether the airport now is any safer a year after a gunman killed a TSA agent and wounded others.
Friday Flashback: Nurse defies Ebola quarantine, midterm elections, mattresses protest sexual assault
Take Two looks at the week in news, joined by James Rainey from the LA Times and Emily Schultheis, political reporter for National Journal.
California Highway Patrol officers in Northern California have been sharing explicit photos of female suspects they've apprehended, court records show. A Contra Costa Times reporter shares more.
Southern California Public Radio’s Adolfo Guzman-Lopez brings the story of one student that KPCC will follow through the school year. He's been fighting to get his class schedule back on track.
You probably know Jeff Bridges best as an actor in films such as "The Big Lebowski" and "True Grit." Turns out music was his first love, but his dad, actor Lloyd Bridges, convinced him to act instead. These days, Jeff Bridges does both.
Forty-three students went missing in Mexico after clashing with police in late September. Now family members have given the president, Enrique Peña Nieto, a list of 10 demands concerning the search for their loved ones.
The detailed accounts of 33 Chilean miners and their families are the basis of a new book called, "Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine and the Miracle that Set them Free."
In a trial of his plan, a Danish pediatrician treated 1,900 children, and helped 70 percent of them reach and maintain a normal weight. But there are 20 things children have to do to make it work.
It may irk some parents, yet those same moms and dads may have no problem if their daughter dressed up as a male character like Darth Vader.
What scares Americans has changed over time through politics, culture and technology. USC cultural historian Leo Braudy explains.
"Low Down" looks at the life of jazz pianist Joe Albany through the eyes of his young daughter (played by Elle Fanning). Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea plays Hobbs and he joins Take Two to talk about it.
Halloween hikes, a zombie crawl, Dia de los Muertos activities and more are in store this weekend.