He was living a glamorous, exciting and successful life as a network news correspondent. So why was he so miserable? CBS News reporter Jim Axelrod explains how he found the keys to making a mid-life correction and got on the right path.
Meet the Bats, a popular Kentucky group that likes to rock but not on chairs. They prefer to rock the stage. This group of 50-somethings regularly sells out its gigs and always leaves the audience laughing. (Click here to watch the video version of this story)
You probably don't know her name or face but you know her work. Jeannie Epper is considered by most to be the greatest stuntwoman who ever lived. Now in her 70s, she's still working in one of the toughest, most physically demanding jobs on the planet, and she's revealing set secrets from some of the biggest movies of all time.
Five years ago, Kate Walker was dealing with the painful effects of osteoporosis and her doctors warned she may never walk again. Rather than accepting that, she decided to get stronger. Today, she's a world champion weightlifter.
Tracy Stone was at rock bottom. She was in the midst of a devastating divorce and struggling to find her way as a single mom. But then she felt herself drawn to the war-torn country of Rwanda and before she knew it, her life had changed forever.