Annabeth Barnes can't drive a car; the 15-year-old doesn't have her license yet. But she took her first spin on a race track when she was four years old. The vehicle hit 30 mph and Annabeth loved every second of it. Now she's a champion racer.
Millions will tune into see the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Green Bay Packers for Sunday's big game. Nathan Hegedus grew up in a football family - his two grandfathers played, his dad played, and he played lineman in high school and college. And he loves the NFL -- a diehard Buffalo Bills fan. But Nathan has increasing concerns about the violence of the game, especially now that he has two young kids.
If you want to get people going in Montana and Idaho, bring up wolves. Should they be encouraged to live in those areas, or shot on sight? Carter Niemeyer has been in the middle of this debate for years.
Ruth Morris’ father, Ian Morris, was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2002. He fought it, but in the fall of 2008, the former runner and pilot realized he was going to die. He didn’t want to die in Boston, where he’d spent his last few years – he wanted to die in California, the place he knew as home. Ruth talks with Dick Gordon about how her family decided to drive a van across the country to help her dying father find the warmth and landscape he loved.
Sokeel Park of the U.S.-based NGO Liberty in North Korea talks to host Dick Gordon about how young North Koreans use illegal cell phones to get outside information and how security has been tightened in the country.