NewsWorks Tonight July 21, 2015 – Full Show


    Aaron Moselle reports a construction worker, who was arrested in connection to 2013’s deadly building collapse in Center City Philadelphia, has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. Joe Hernandez explores a New Jersey bill that could open door to sale between Stockton University and Showboat Casino in Atlantic City. Independent producer Katie Davis speaks with a former skinhead from Philadelphia about his transition out of the white supremacist movement. Mark Eichmann checks out the health of the Delaware estuary via a plankton census. And Chris Satullo and Jonathan Zimmerman, professor of history at New York University, discuss the parallels and differences between Caitlyn Jenner’s story and Christine Jorgensen in 1952.

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