Tom Macdonald reports on the sale of properties owned by the religious order started by Katherine Drexel. Katie Colaneri looks into a large sum of cash given to Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney’s sugary drink tax campaign by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Bobby Allyn reports that Uber drivers might have signed away their right to sue the ride-hailing app. Keystone Crossroads’ Marielle Segarra and Naomi Starobin discuss why the majority of Pennylvania’s children aren’t being tested for lead. Host Dave Heller speaks with Dina Gold, author of Stolen Legacy: Nazi Theft and the Quest for Justice at Krausenstrasse 17/18, Berlin, about how she fought to reclaim a large portion of Berlin real estate stolen from her family by the Nazis. A florist from Philadelphia’s Overbrook neighborhood reminisces about the area.