Take Two

Take Two

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Take Two captures the spirit of the West in a conversational, informal, witty style and examines the cultural issues people are buzzing about. The show is hosted by Alex Cohen and A Mart??nez.More from Take Two »

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Chicago OIS, Best boxing movies, StoryCorps Thanksgiving

Chicago sees a police shooting incident involving a 17-year-old, the best boxing movies, StoryCorps takes on the Great Thanksgiving Listen.

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Obama and Hollande, Kelly Thomas settlement, the Family Dinner Project

President Obama and Francois Hollande hold a press conference, Kelly Thomas' father speaks out about the civil case settlement, the Family Dinner Project.

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After officer-involved shootings, off-road vehicles, Kristina Wong

What happens after an officer-involved shooting occurs? The latest trends in off-roading vehicles, comedian Kristina Wong's new show in LA.

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Officer-involved shootings nationwide, student journalism, Veterans Day

A comprehensive look at officer-involved shootings nationwide, the role of student journalism in a national story, Chinese-American veterans.

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Race on campus, Tuesday Reviewsday, officer-involved shootings

How colleges are dealing with campus race incidents, new music from Buika and more, when and why officers use force.

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Netanyahu and Obama, Carrie Brownstein, Mizzou president resigns

Benjamin Netanyahu meets with President Obama, Carrie Brownstein discusses her new memoir, the president of the University of Missouri resigns.

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The music of James Bond movies, AirBnB flexes its muscles, and a new Office of Child Protection

A look at James Bond tunes, Air BnB's fight against regulation, and a head for the new Office of Child Protection

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Transgender laws, Republicans and Telemundo, H&M and Balmain

Transgender laws, the rift between the Republican party and Telemundo, H&M's collaboration with Balmain.

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History of political ads, delaying kindergarten, Tuesday Reviewsday

In the age of smartphones and SnapChat, do TV ads still translate into votes? The benefits of delaying kindergarten, this week's new music picks.

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Public information online, Jay Abdo, 'Computer Show'

The Supreme Court takes up an online data case involving a California company, actor Jay Abdo talks about fleeing Syria, 'Computer Show.'



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