THIS WEEK:

Did you know the U.S. Capital wasn't always in Washington, D.C., or that the Supreme Court shared space in the Capitol Building for almost 50 years? How about that the White House Press Briefing room used to be an indoor swimming pool?

Jared spoke with journalist, historian and Senior Editor at National Review, Richard Brookhiser to explain how Washington D.C. was chosen as the nation's capital.

The Director of Public Programs and Chief Guide for the U.S. Capitol Historical Society, Steve Livengood gave Jared a tour of the building where he works every day.

FOX's White House Correspondent, Jon Decker spends a lot of time at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and explains the evolution of the White House, how it got its name and more.

FOX's Washington Correspondent, Rachel Sutherland sat down with FOX's Supreme Court Producer, Bill Mears to discuss the history and traditions of the highest court in the land.

Listen to the latest "From Washington":

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