NewsWorks Tonight November 5, 2015 – Full Show


    Bobby Allyn reports from the Federal Courthouse in Philadelphia, where Chaka “Chip” Fattah Jr. was just found guilty on federal bank and tax charges.  Shai Ben-Yaacov reports Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has rolled back laws that shielded union members from charges of harassment, stalking, and threatening with a weapon of mass destruction.  Marketplace Host Kai Rysdall joins us to discuss results of the economic anxiety survey.  Sara Hoover talks to students at West Chester University who went through DNA testing–and got some surprises.  Peter Crimmins talks with a dance troupe in Philadelphia after having performed in Israel and Jordan for women in a bomb shelter.  And Neema Roshania reports on the expansion of a popular program at Philadelphia’s Saul High School for Agriculture.

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