On NewsWorks Tonight: Tariff manoeuvres in Congress, Jersey Shore boors, and the first manned flight to the moon

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    Today, Emma Jacobs is looking into four Philadelphia-area Congressional representatives who are trying to making changes to U.S. tariff regulations to benefit campaign donors.

    Tony Auth and Jen A. Miller discuss the many annoying Shore-goer behaviors they have seen. Listen to make sure you avoid these beach faux pas.

    Carolyn Beeler reports on the ways Delaware is using Water Buffalo to fight invasive species.

    Dave Heller and Derrick Pitts look into the anniversary of the launch of the first manned mission to the moon. It’s today.

    And Chris Satullo offers a commentary on the Freeh report and the culpability of Penn State officials not doing enough when suspicions first arose about convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky.

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