NewsWorks Tonight, August 26, 2016 – Full Show

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    FBI Investigators have sought documents from Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney’s last campaign as part of a probe into powerful labor leader John Dougherty. A federal judges rules that the School District of Lancaster has not been giving equal opportunities to refugee students. Vice President Biden makes a stop in Wilmington to announce a big loan to Amtrak. On this week’s edition of What Are We Thinking?, Frank Newport, editor-in-chief- at the Gallup Poll joins Newsworks Tonight’s Dave Heller to discuss how the public views various job sectors. Jessica Kourkounis has the story of a little-known pocket community in Philadelphia with a name that sounds out of place in 2016. James Serpell, Professor of Ethics and Animal Welfare at Penn’s Veterinary School, joins Newsworks Tonight’s Tom MacDonald to discuss what it takes to gather doggy data using pet owners rather than researchers. Peter Crimmins reports on a new play with a rather vulgar title.

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