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Earthquake in China
Stark survival stories abound amidst the rubble of Sichuan Province's devastating 7.9 temblor that killed 60,000 and left millions homeless. Emmy nominee.(WP)
A Great-Grandmother's Love
Gail Ertel's 16-year-old granddaughter asked her to take care of her autistic and virtually blind daughter, McKenzie. (WP)
Journey Along the Border
At the intersection of the U.S. and Mexico, a travelog of two countries embroiled in ever-escalating issues of migration and drug violence. (WP)
Drumming for Dialogue
Through direct discussions -- and drumming -- personal disputes are amicably settled outside of court at a community conference center. (WP)
Failing the Chesapeake Bay
From oysters to skipjacks, a way of life is fast becoming endangered. What's being done to clean up the Bay and rescue the community? (Wash. Post)
Obesity Threatens a Generation
An obesity epidemic is putting many U.S. children at grave risk for lifelong health problems. One solution: Fat School.
One Man, Two Worlds
As a financial planner, Larry Ford helps his clients manage their wallets. As a shaman, he helps them tap into their spirituality. Voodoo economics?
Hard Times
Coast-to-coast travel videoblog explores how Americans are coping with the economic downturn -- and how it may influence their vote.
Catherine's Secret
During the civil war in Uganda, Catherine Ojok spent several years as a sex slave of a senior rebel commander.
The Healing Fields
For three days each year, health-care volunteers transform an Appalachian fairgrounds into a field hospital providing free medical care to thousands in need. (Wash.Post)