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.

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    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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