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Children of military families at Fort Meade, Md., received a new playground Sept. 10, 2011, thanks to the effort of hundreds of volunteers from Northrop Grumman, the Fort Meade Community Covenant Council and KaBOOM!, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving play. U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta joined the effort, which was part of the 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance.
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A playground in Fort Meade, MD.

Maryland couple Alexander and Danielle Meitiv were investigated for neglect. They've since been cleared of allegations of neglect in both cases.

As we reach the end of 2015, we are checking back in with some of the people we've talked with throughout the year, including one mom who made national headlines when she let her two kids walk home alone.

Maryland couple Alexander and Danielle Meitiv were investigated for neglect. They've since been cleared of allegations of neglect in both cases.

As part of our weekly parenting series "The Brood," Danielle Meitivjoined Take Two for a look back at her family's year and to share a bit of what 2016 might hold. 

To hear the full interview with Danielle Meitiv, click the link above.

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