NewsWorks Tonight October 16, 2015 – Full Show


    Bobby Allyn reports that Chakka Fattah Jr., the son of the Congressman, represented himself in federal court today. WITF’s Ben Allen reports on an attempt to expand the duties of nurse practitioners to include primary care, in light of Pennsylvania’s recent transition to Medicaid expansion. NewsWorks Tonight Host Dave Heller sits down for his weekly chat with Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief of the Gallup Poll, to discuss American perception of the Democratic dark horses and Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders’ numbers in the days following the first Democratic debate. Dogfish Head, the Delaware craft brewery, recently invests $9 million into cutting back their water usage, which currently stands at hundreds of thousands of gallons per day, as WHYY’s Shirley Min reports. WHYY theater blogger Howard Shapiro reviews “Photograph 51,” a play about the mad rush to uncover the structure of DNA. ddd

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