It can be tough to find a place to live these days. The housing crisis has meant that banks and mortgage underwriters are being careful lenders. Young people, already working hard to find a steady job, are working even harder to find a place to call home. Whitney Keeler’s story. Whitney and her husband thought they’d found their dream home, a fixer-upper in Michigan. But before giving them a mortgage, the bank required the couple to spend six thousand dollars in repairs - on a house they did not own. Also, behind-the-scenes story of a hostage rescue.