NewsWorks Tonight, April 26, 2018

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Bill Cosby is found guilty of sexual assault. Keystone Crossroads’ Annette John-Hall gives insight into local reactions to the verdict. Michael Cahill, co-dean of Rutgers Law School, explains the factors that go into sentencing. Philadelphia announces a plan to permanently close half of the homeless encampments that have sprung up amidst the city’s opioid epidemic. FirstEnergy is making an unusual request of the Trump administration … and it appears to have the president’s ear. Philadelphia’s poet laureate, Raquel Salas Rivera, is releasing a new book of poems called The Tertiary, they spoke with WHYY’s Peter Crimmins.

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