The New York Times
HUMBLE, Tex. When Danna Walker left the second-floor conference room and returned tearily to her desk where someone had already deposited a packing box for her belongings her first thought was not of the 14 years she had worked for DHL or the loss of her $37,000-a-year salary.
It was of Jake. In three months, once her benefits ran out, how in the world would she provide health insurance for Jake, her mountainous, red-headed 21-year-old son, who had learned three years earlier that he had metastatic testicular cancer? Read More