It's been an incredible spring for Joshua trees in the Mojave Desert. The strange, gangly desert plants are in the last stages of an unusually rich and widespread bloom. Some desert biologists say they've never seen such a spectacular year -- but they don't agree on why it's happening. Reporter: Caitlin Esch
In a world where random violence seems a constant threat, it can feel like we're on our own, unprotected and unsupported when it happens. As part of our "What's Your Story?" series, we meet Sheila Jumping Bull, an Oakland woman who found strength and solace from a spiritual ceremony called the "Wiping of Tears." Reporter: Shuka Kalantari
End Music: "A Big Idea" by H. Scott Salinas and Emmannual Vaughan-Lee, from the CD "Elemental (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)"