NewsWorks Tonight, July 10, 2018

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The national Republican party has effectively disowned its candidate for a South Jersey Congressional seat after new revelations that he shared racist views on his Facebook page. Two 39-year-old men who spent most of their adult lives in prison for a murder they didn’t commit have won a 3 million dollar settlement against the city of Philadelphia. Dr. Anita Allen, University of Pennsylvania Vice Provost for Faculty and Professor of Law and Philosophy, discusses Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump’s pick for the United States Supreme Court. Democrats in the New Jersey Assembly have introduced a bill that would require all public school students in middle and high school to be trained in administering naloxone, the overdose reversal drug. To prepare for the possibility of Ebola or another deadly disease, a Pittsburgh hospital holds drills to practice protocols created to keep staff and patients safe. Storyteller Chris Lundy shares the most difficult thing he has shared onstage.

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