NewsWorks Tonight August 24, 2017 – Full Show

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    Shirley Min reports residents of a quiet Wilmington neighborhood are in shock after discovering racist and anti-Semitic graffiti spray painted on a car.  Susan Phillips reports the U-S Department of Energy says coal and nuclear are still needed to support the nation’s power grid.  Smith College Economist Andrew Zimbalist takes issue with a rosy financial impact report on this spring’s NFL Draft in Philadelphia.  Dave Davies spoke with activists and political leaders who battled with Rizzo in the 60’s and 70’s when he was such a racially polarizing figure.  The Philadelphia Bike Coalition’s Randy LoBasso responds to a report on the high number of accidents involving people on bicycles.  And Peter Crimmins reports in October, the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia will present a few of the ancient terra cotta warriors found in China in the 1970s.

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