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The US Capitol is a familiar landmark to people around the world. But do we know as much about the inside as we do about the outside? Let’s take a peek at what goes on there.
Rabbi Yehuda Spritzer of Chabad in Monroe Township, New Jersey, visits and encourages Jews behind bars. In this interview, we find out what out what his job entails.
Wacky Laws from Around the World There are all kinds of unusual laws on the books around the world. Some of them are rarely enforced and have hung around because they’re not bothering anyone: -In Arkansas, it’s strictly prohibited to mispronounce the name of the state. -A law in the EU states that bananas must be free from malformation or abnormal curvature, known locally as the “bendy banana law.”