02:35 — Seventeen sailors killed in a terrorist attack, a Navy contractor who wanted to sell secrets, and two hackers who stole 220,000 U.S. military personal (more…)
02:29 — The young designer, who was a contestant on "Project Runway," finds inspiration in the life story and fashion sensibility of Gianni Versace
02:28 — Jeffrey Trail was Andrew Cunanan's first victim. In 1993, he was interviewed by Schlesinger for a "48 Hours" segment on gays in the military. Trail se (more…)
01:51 — As Princess Diana's literal right-hand-man, Patrick Jephson saw up close what led Diana to embrace difficult causes like AIDS and mental illness, the (more…)
02:25 — Diana's friend and former employer Mary Robertson flips through some treasured possessions - letters and Christmas cards that Diana sent to her throug (more…)
01:23 — Chris Jackson, Royal photographer for Getty Images, has followed Prince William and Prince Harry around the world to capture them working with the ch (more…)
01:42 — Princess Diana's friend, Lana Marks, remembers Diana as she knew her, and reveals who she believes was really Diana's one true love.
02:25 — Ballet star Wayne Sleep spent over a decade performing in front of some of Britain's biggest audiences, but never had a thrill like when he worked wi (more…)
03:07 — In a 1994 interview on the "Charlie Rose" program, the Italian designer talked with Rose about his undying passion for fashion, his inspiration, and h (more…)
02:46 — Did the Italian fashion designer's killer target him because of what he represented? How the world lost a creative icon, Saturday, May 20 at 10 p.m. E (more…)
02:14 — "Project Runway" mentor Tim Gunn discusses the life and legacy of famed fashion designer Gianni Versace, whose life was cut short by spree killer And (more…)
01:24 — Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine and Chief Deputy Brenda Beadle discuss Anthony Garcia's behavior during his murder trial - and what it was like try (more…)
01:45 — Fernando Garcia tells "48 Hours" why he just can't come to terms with his older brother's conviction for the murders of four people in Omaha.