NewsWorks Tonight November 22, 2013 – Full Show


    Dave Davies joins us with a live update on the messy court battle between owners of the Philadelphia Inquirer.  Kevin McCorry reports on reaction to the announcement that Pennsylvania will institute a high school graduation exam in 2017.  Elizabeth Fiedler reports on a new Chinatown bus company operating illegally in Philadelphia.  Peter Crimmins talks to an artist who’s facing the loss of his studio to eminent domain.  Gallup Poll Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport documents the popularity of so-called “showrooming.”  Holly Otterbein traces the origins of the troubling trend of the game of “knockout.”  And Shai Ben-Yaacov thanks his lucky stars he works in a field where the offbeat are accepted.

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