02:38 — All-new: Would a husband drug his kids so they wouldn't hear him kill his wife? Maureen Maher reports Saturday, Jan. 5 at 10/9c on CBS.
04:22 — After nearly 15 years, a wealthy car dealer in central New York is out of legal limbo. Cal Harris, 54, was put on trial for murder four times. "48 Hou (more…)
04:35 — An anonymous call may lead to a new trial for Melissa Calusinski, a childcare worker who is convicted of murdering a little boy. Erin Moriarty joins " (more…)
02:22 — After a traumatic childhood and tour of duty in Iraq, Andrew O'Brien, Michele Williams' youngest son, attempted suicide. Andrew talks to "48 Hours" ab (more…)
00:20 — A wealthy couple is targeted for death, but why? Troy Roberts reports Saturday, Nov. 20 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
03:40 — A Massachusetts woman was sentenced to 15 months in jail for using text messages to encourage her friend to commit suicide. A judge ruled Michelle Car (more…)
02:05 — "48 Hours" takes a trip to Pitkin County Jail in Aspen, Colo., which is not quite like other facilities across the country. Administer Don Bird says t (more…)
02:17 — The Brevard County Sheriff's Office interviewed Kim Hallock hours after she says she and ex-boyfriend Charles "Chip" Flynn were abducted from a local (more…)
02:30 — Detective Donna Velazquez, of the Pembroke Pines, Fla., Police Dept., shows "48 Hours" correspondent Troy Roberts the motel where Michael Wolfe says D (more…)
02:12 — What's it like to live in a home with no walls or windows on a mountaintop in the jungle? "48 Hours" correspondent Susan Spencer tours the ultimate op (more…)
02:28 — Oakland County detectives question Jeffrey Pyne about his involvement in his mother's May 2011 murder.
03:12 — Hear more of Viens' phone interview with "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger.
02:07 — In Taunton, Massachusetts, 20-year-old Michelle Carter was sentenced to at least 15 months in prison for involuntary manslaughter. She was convicted e (more…)
03:58 — In 2003, at the request of law enforcement, former monk Dale Tacheny was asked to call former priest John Feit. Tacheny has said that in 1963, when th (more…)