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She was found curled up in a filthy room, unable to speak or make eye contact. They called her a feral child. Could nurturing make up for a lifetime of neglect?
She was found curled up in a filthy room, unable to speak or make eye contact. They called her a feral child. Could nurturing make up for a lifetime of neglect?
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A Tampa boy was born with a rare disease. His parents refuse to give up hope.
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The lingering case of Tommy Zeigler and other men on Florida’s Death Row.

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