Bylon Alexander, A Voice For The Disabled, Died

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Tammy Marquardt, now 39, spent 14 years in prison for a crime she didn't commit. Joseph Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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The Child Cases: Lessons From Canada

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Rethinking Shaken Baby Syndrome

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Child Death Cases Repeatedly Mishandled

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Ernie Lopez is serving a 60-year prison sentence for a crime he, and medical experts, said he didn't commit. Courtesy of Frontline hide caption

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Listen to Ernie Lopez's Story

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Schools should not punish a victim of sexual abuse if she broke rules on drugs or alcohol use, the guidelines say. Getty Images hide caption

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Frank Morris (in the apron and visor) is seen standing in front of his shoe shop in Ferriday, La., in the 1950s. He was killed when the shop burned down in 1964. Until now, the case has gone unsolved. Courtesy of the Concordia Sentinel and William Brown hide caption

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Grand Jury Convenes To Investigate 1964 Cold Case

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After a year in a nursing home, Mathew Harp got his wish and moved out. He now lives in an Atlanta neighborhood with a woman who provides his attendant care. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Youth In Nursing Homes Seek Alternative Care

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Michelle Fridley, 33, with her cat in her apartment in Canadaigua, N.Y. Ten years ago, on the way to her baby shower, Fridley, then 23, was in a car accident that left her a quadriplegic. This year, she was crowned Miss Wheelchair New York. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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A New Nursing Home Population: The Young

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Administration, Congress Take Steps To Address Sexual Assaults On Campus

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Thomas Perez, assistant attorney general for the civil rights division at the U.S. Department of Justice, said he is making enforcement of the Olmstead ruling a new priority for his division. Harry Hamburg/AP hide caption

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