NewsWorks Tonight September 1, 2015 – Full Show


    Nichelle Polston reports that Delaware Senator Chris Coons has said he will vote for the proposed nuclear agreement with Iran. While we all know by now that Pope Francis is coming to Philadelphia, Tom McDonald reports on what actually occurs at the World Meeting of Families. Peter Crimmins reports that the artist chosen to make the official papal poster for the WMOF has allegedly plagarized the portrait from Getty Images. NewsWorks Tonight producer Kimberly Haas speaks with Barbara Gitenstein, president of The College of New Jersey, and Kim Benston, president of Haveford College, about “The View from the Top” – a major poll of college and university presidents’ opinions on the future of higher education. For That’s History, WHYY’s Chris Saltullo speaks with Historian Jonathan Zimmerman about the history of political sex scandals from Thomas Jefferson to John Edwards. 

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