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A key piece of evidence used to convict Bruce Lisker was testimony from a savvy jailhouse informant, whom he met after being moved out of juvenile detention. Lisker's conviction was overturned 26 years later. Parker Yesko for NPR hide caption

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$100,000 To Snitch? Perks For Jailhouse Informants Come Under Scrutiny

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Alison Brie stars in Netflix's GLOW, a fictionalized take on the story behind the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling league. Erica Parise/Netflix hide caption

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Summer TV Starts Strong With These June Premieres

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The Sun In Her Eyes Soft Ride

Until the 1970s, most U.S. hospitals did not allow fathers into the delivery room for the birth of a child, or children. Bettmann/Bettmann Archive hide caption

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This Father's Day, Remembering A Time When Dads Weren't Welcome In Delivery Rooms

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Vanille Fraise
Georgia On My Mind Piano Jazz Trio

Ben Falcone's advice for fathers is "love your kids and show up." His dad, Steve, says, "Don't sweat the small stuff." Courtesy of Ben Falcone Dey Street Books hide caption

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Actor Ben Falcone And His Dad On The Funny Side Of Fatherhood

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Still Remember
Everything Goes Poolside