NewsWorks Tonight October 7, 2014 – Full Show


    Tom MacDonald reports on why the losing bidder for the bankrupt Revel Casino in Atlantic City is challenging the auction’s results. Kevin McCorry hears the reactions of parents of Philadelphia students to the termination of the teachers’ contracts. Aaron Moselle profiles Armond James, the Republican running against Congressman Chaka Fattah in Pennsylvania’s Second District. Jessica McDonald visits Ambler and finds out why some residents remain unsatisfied with the EPA’s cleanup of an unusually high amount of asbestos waste in their town. New York University History Professor Jonathan Zimmerman cautions on the potential dangers of selling the naming rights of the public Market East Station to a private enterprise. 

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