NewsWorks Tonight November 6, 2014 – Full Show

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    Kevin McCorry takes a look at Pennsylvania state test scores.  Katie Colaneri considers the future of Philadelphia as a potential energy hub, as supported by some in industry, now that a plan to privatize PGW seems to be off the table.  We talk with Kelly Dittmar, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rutgers Camden, about the differences between men and women–as political candidates.  Peter Crimmins previews an exhibit of work by William Glackens–a schoolmate of Albert Barnes–at the Barnes Foundation.  Laura Benshoff reports on a support group for parents of addicted teens.  And we review a week in the life of Cardiovascular Surgeon Dr. T. Sloane Guy.

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