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Eli Johnson's great-grandmother saved his funeral card. Three-year-old Eli was beaten to death in 2009. May-Ying Lam/NPR hide caption

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State Budget Cuts Threaten Child Welfare Programs

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Letter carrier Kevin Pownall delivers mail in Philadelphia. The U.S. Postal Service is considering reducing its six days of home delivery as a cost-saving measure. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Post Office Forced To Rethink Model In Digital Age

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Heidi Durrow's debut novel, The Girl Who Fell From The Sky, received the Bellwether Prize for fiction that addresses issues of social justice. Connie Gabbert/Designwork Group hide caption

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Reimagining The 'Tragic Mulatto'

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