Volunteers are reading the names of the estimated 200,000 Syrian casualties of the bloody civil war in front of the White House. We talk to one of the lead organizers of the movement. Also, we discuss why the metric system just can't seem to be implemented in the States and a flamenco group performs on Weekend Passport.
Earlier this year, President Obama made insourcing – the economic trend in which American companies return their business to American soil – an official initiative. Can it work? We talk with one of the president's special assistants about how the White House plans to encourage this trend.