NewsWorks Tonight May 10, 2016 – Full Show

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    Joe Hernandez reports a federal judge is ordering U.S. prosecutors to release a list of “unindicted co-conspirators” in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal.  Todd Bookman reports when shareholders gather for Comcast’s annual meeting next week, it won’t be at Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center as in years past.  Investigative reporter Daniel Denvir joins us to discuss his article on LaFaye Gaskins, convicted of murder nearly three decades ago based solely on eyewitness testimony and no physical evidence.  State Impact Pennsylvania’s Susan Phillips takes a look at how eminent domain has entered the fracking debate.  And Peter Crimmins sits down with Julia Zagar to talk about her new exhibit “Dear Julia.”

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