NewsWorks Tonight February 23, 2016 – Full Show


    Earlier today, Princeton University reviewed what to do about former President Woodrow Wilson’s legacy, reported by Joe Hernandez. Uber recently introduced a new ride sharing service in Philadelphia and is receiving mixed results, reported by Bobby Allyn. Matt Laslo reports on how locals in congress are reacting to the President’s new budget, including some disagreement among Republicans. For police departments in Pa., collecting data on gun violence remains inconsistent, reported by Keystone Crossroad’s Rachel McDevitt. As presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ campaign pushes on, host Dave Heller speaks with New York University professor Jon Zimmerman about the changing attitudes towards a potential Jewish president. And the the Philadelphia Art Museum is previewing its new Pop Art exhibit that is slated to open this week, reported by Peter Crimmins.

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