Camille Seaman's Shinnecock Indian ancestors hunted whale in the Atlantic Ocean. Maybe that's why she was drawn to explore the ice. She took a trip and began to photograph the wonder of icebergs through her camera lens.
Two years ago, at age 32, Debbie Horwitz learned she had breast cancer. Debbie wanted to know what the process - double mastectomy and reconstruction - would look like, and no one could show her photos of a mastectomy and reconstruction on a young woman's body. So Debbie began a scrapbook to detail her physical changes Then she enlisted the help of a professional photographer to document it. The result is a photo book called Myself: Together Again.
Sometimes a fishing story is about more than just the fish. Rick Jackson is a prize winning fisherman. He takes his dad out fishing every year on his dad's birthday. One day when the two were out fishing, they caught bigger and better bass than either one of them had ever seen. Rick's a serious fisherman and he couldn't make sense of it, until he realized they were fishing on the anniversary of his younger brother's accidental death.
This week at a science conference in Orlando, Army officials are looking at a new kind of tank. It's a light, unmanned ground vehicle that can be sent into danger spots without risking the lives of soldiers. The tank is called Ripsaw, and it was invented in the garage of twin brothers from Maine. Also in this episode: another in our series of "tough jobs". This time, a transplant surgeon.
Three people comment on the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico: Colonel Daniel Bordelon, the Commander of the Engineer Task Force with the Louisiana National Guard; Michael Ziccardi, director of The Oiled Wildlife Care Network; David Morris, Emergency Response consultant specializing in oil spills.
Before last month’s twisters, the largest cluster of tornadoes on record was known as the Super Outbreak of 1974. At that time, David Reeves was a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Louisville, KY. On April 3 of that year, he headed into work early because of storm reports - and it became one of the deadliest outbreaks of tornadoes in U.S. history.