NewsWorks Tonight July 31, 2015 – Full Show


    We start this evening bringing you up to speed on this week’s top news stories at our Reporter Roundtable. Laura Benshoff has the story of a widow who’s finally had her same-sex marriage recognized in the eyes of the law. Todd Bookman reports women-led organizations perform better than their male-dominated counterparts. Dave Heller sits down with Frank Newport, editor-in-chief of the Gallup Poll, to discuss the public’s attitudes towards the Republican presidential candidates. Peter Crimmins previews the first documentary about Sonia Sanchez, Philadelphia’s trailblazing activist and former poet laureate.

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