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Rachel Keyser and her daughter, Sydney, stand in front of their house in Deerfield, N.H. Since falling prey to a mortgage scam in 2004, Keyser has faced repeated attempts to foreclose on the house. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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Woman's Foreclosure Nightmare: 'Like A Black Hole'

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Hannah Wells (right) plays with her sister Madison. "They had told us that if this had happened to our eldest child, who was born five years prior, that this would not have even been option," says their father John Wells. Photos Courtesy Of Stephanie Makosky/The Dispatch And The Argus hide caption

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Stitch In Time: Fixing A Heart Defect Before Birth

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Advocate Erin Brockovich meets with Hinkley, Calif., residents during the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board presentation earlier this month. Al Cuizon/Courtesy of The Sun, San Bernardino County hide caption

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Erin Brockovich II? Activist Returns To Aid Town

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