NewsWorks Tonight December 19, 2014 – Full Show


    On this week’s Reporter’s Roundtable, Tom MacDonald and Dave Davies join us with a second look at two of the week’s top stories: the manhunt for Bradley Stone, and charges against two more Philadelphia politicians.  Patrick Stoner provides insight from Hollywood on North Korea’s threat to Sony Entertainment and the company’s decision not to release the film “the Interview.”  Avi Wolfman-Arent reports Delaware is making more of an effort to crack down on failing charter schools.  Frank Newport shares Gallup poll results about Americans’ reactions to President Obama’s plan to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba, and who tops the end-of year list for honesty and ethics in the professions.  Kimberly Haas reports local musicians are holding a tribute for the late guitarist Jack Rose, who was on the scene in the early days of Philadelphia’s Fishtown and Kensington neighborhood revivals.

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