Q How is newscaster Bob Woodruff doing since his tragedy in Iraq?
—Robert Ellmont, Mesquite, Nev.
The 45-year-old World News Tonight co-anchor was nearly killed in January of last year when a roadside bomb explosion left him with severe brain trauma and a fractured skull. Though he no longer needs physical or speech therapy, he's still in cognitive rehab to regain his full mental faculties. He is writing a book and putting together a TV special about the traumatic experience and his climb to recovery.