NewsWorks Tonight, November 24, 2017

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Bobby Allyn talks about Meek Mill’s probation and how representative it may be of the thousands of Philadelphians on probation with Keir Bradford-Grey, the city’s top public defender. Jim Saska reports on the hundreds of people who gather in Fairmount Park each year to play rugby for a good cause. The city of Philadelphia wants to improve the area where the 1985 MOVE bombing occurred, but locals are skeptical; Taylor Allen reports. Catzie Vilayphonh offers a commentary about misconceptions about refugees from the Vietnam War shaped by American media and academics. Frank Newport, editor-in-chief at the Gallup Poll, details the polling data on how Americans prefer to do their shopping during the holiday season.

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