When Children Are Jailed Parents Pay, Cooking with Scraps, Understanding Esperanto

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Crispy salmon skin is one of the dishes that can be found in the new cookbook, "Scrap, Wilt & Weeds."

Reporter Eli Hager discusses his new investigation that exposes how parents are required in about half the states in the nation to pay for the costs of their child's incarceration. The co-authors of the book Scraps, Wilt & Weeds: Turning Wasted Food into Plenty explain how scraps that would normally be thrown out can be made into delicious meals. Poet and scholar Esther Schor explores the constructed language called Esperanto, which was created to end worldwide conflict, and enable everyone to communicate. Former “Saved by the Bell: The New Class” star Isaac Lidsky on how he became a successful attorney and tech entrepreneur at the same time that he was going blind.