Convicted of murder, "48 Hours" interviews were evidence in her trial. Will she be put to death? Maureen Maher reports.
New evidence in the case of George Smith who vanished on his honeymoon cruise. CBS News senior correspondent John Miller reports.
A gang of bodybuilders hatch a plan to kidnap and kill wealthy people. Correspondent Troy Roberts has the real story that inspired a new Hollywood movie.
Can a childhood memory of a friend's murder solve a 55-year-old case? Correspondent Erin Moriarty goes inside the investigation of what authorities say is the oldest cold case ever prosecuted in the U.S.
Fast cars, fast friends, financial fraud and a wife's murder. Will a mistress wear a wire to help police find a killer? Maureen Maher reports.
Ryan Ferguson is serving 40 years for murder -- but his accuser says it was all a lie. Can new information free an innocent man? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
Also available on iTunes
Two women are dead and the prime suspect is a decorated soldier. Can the Army convict one of its own? Richard Schlesinger offers a rare look inside the Army's JAG judicial system.
A married couple is assassinated -- could an online map have led killers to the wrong house? Peter Van Sant reports.
A brat, a Batman collector, filthy rich and dead. Who killed Miami Beach hotel heir Benji Novack? Troy Roberts reports.
To celebrate the 25th season of "48 Hours", correspondent Maureen Maher talks about what makes a story compelling, the impact of telling the stories of tragic loss and how "48 Hours" has made a difference.
A mother torments the man she says killed her daughter, but can she get him to confess? Richard Schlesinger reports.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of "48 Hours", correspondent Richard Schlesinger talks about some of the complex cases that he's covered -- as well as the stories he just can't shake.