NWT Full Show, Nov. 16, 2011


    A new poll is out about Pennsylvanians’ perceptions of the natural gas drilling industry. Christopher Borick of the Muhlenberg Institute of Public Opinion at Muhlenberg College joins us for a closer look.

    WHYY Health and Science Reporter Carolyn Beeler reports about proposed changes to Medigap plans.

    And new evidence has surfaced concerning President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Peter Crimmins reports from WHYY’s Arts and Culture Desk about a Philadelphia-area historical objects dealer who’s put up for sale the long-lost audio of radio communications from Air Force One moments after the president died.

    From WHYY’s Health and Science desk, Taunya English brings us the latest on proposed regulations for abortion clinics across Pennsylvania.

    And as part of WHYY’s Fit Series, Lari Robling gives us tips for how to keep the Thanksgiving dinner festive but not too caloric.

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