Sister Mary McCaffrey spent more than 50 years in a once-thriving convent. But when she was 80, and the number of nuns there had declined, she had to find herself a new home.
Chess reunites a teenage inmate and his fifth grade teacher.
Story producer Phoebe Judge speaks with photographer Kevin Bauman, a Detroit native, about his recent project, 100 Abandoned Houses.
Al Clawson is a home forecloser, and has worked on some of the more than 200,000 homes in Michigan which have slipped into foreclosure in the past 18 months.
Dick talks with Erin DeRosa about the small and big ways she is trying to keep her family together as she and her husband face job loss and home foreclosure.
Rosanne Haggerty walks the streets of a neighborhood and meets homeless people one by one.
Two government lawyers, June Clarkson and Theresa Edwards, smelled something fishy in a series of mortgage foreclosure papers, and set out to get to the bottom of it. What they got was fired.
A woman who started a list for Londoners to rent out their gardens to Olympic visitors.
A London woman rents her garden to those in need of a place to stay during the Olympics.
Host Dick Gordon spends a day in Sandy Seaside Heights, N.J., where some peole are rebuilding, and others are chosing not to.
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