The first amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees equal rights to all places of worship, be it a church or a mosque. In the U.S. city of Syracuse, New York, a church is as important to Muslims as it has been to Christians. Saba Shah Khan takes us to this house of God.
Every year, volunteers across the United States place wreaths at the headstones of dead soldiers. It’s a nationwide tradition that started in 1992 with 5,000 donated wreaths. This year, that number topped one million. Arash Arabasadi has this story from Arlington, Virginia.