Lou Padilla says he doesn't need health insurance to fix things, including his own broken ankle. (NPR)
Tony McDew videotaped his own Las Vegas casino slot machine addiction with the hope of helping others, and ended up quitting gambling himself. (Las Vegas Sun)
A couple struggles to raise their twins -- one of whom has a developmental disorder. (Roanoke Times)
PULITZER PRIZE FINALIST: Sexual violence is the weapon of choice in this war-torn African nation. Who is helping the victims? (Washington Times)
Pontiac Fiero enthusiasts gather from throughout the U.S. to help restore the vintage car for a terminal teenage cancer patient.
To ease the anger and stress of viewing crime-scene images, a private investigator confronts death row murderers face-to-face -- with his camera -- to find their humanity.
Want the secrets of aging well? Seniors over 90 offer insight into their vitality and longevity. (U.S. News and World Report)
Former nurse Spencer Sullivan copes with life after a tragic medical error left him a quadriplegic. (LAT)