NewsWorks Tonight September 28, 2015 – Full Show

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    Tom MacDonald reports from Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter’s first post-papal press conference, where he faced questions about bottlenecks at some checkpoints that prevented pilgrims from attending the papal mass.  Kevin McCorry reports members of the Survivors’ Network of Those Abused by Priests (or SNAP) is reacting critically to the pope’s comments on clergy sex abuse.  Elisabeth Perez-Luna watched the mass with Latino parishoners of a Chester County Church.  Keystone Crossroads’ Eleanor Klibanoff talks to families in flood-prone Pennsylvania towns facing the choice of whether to buy costly flood insurance or move.  And Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts joins us a day after a rare super moon.

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