Into the Wild is based on a true story and the bestselling book by Jon Krakauer. After graduating from Emory University in 1992, top student and athle (more…)
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.
03:40 — Massachusetts teens from Lincoln Sudbury High School's Mentors in Violence Prevention, Boston's Start Strong program and Shawsheen Regional Technical (more…)
00:36 — Saturday at 10: An aspiring actress is brutally strangled in her Santa Monica, Calif., home. DNA was left all over the crime scene... leading police (more…)
05:19 — When tragedy struck in 1963, one woman helped an entire nation heal - and 50 years later, Jacqueline Kennedy's legend endures. So what makes Mrs. Kenn (more…)
03:25 — A Florida doctor brutally murdered - her husband has an airtight alibi, but police travel 1,100 miles for a suspect that looks exactly like the dead d (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.
01:33 — Christian Gerhartsreiter, aka "Clark Rockefeller", tells "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty he couldn't have killed Linda Sohus because she's stil (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.
01:56 — After denying any involvement in the disappearance of his wife, William Hurst, now under arrest, reveals to investigators details of Amy's death and t (more…)
03:12 — Hear more of Viens' phone interview with "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger.
02:24 — "I chose poker for freedom," professional poker player Brian Rast told "48 Hours." The Las Vegas-based player talks about the lure and mystique of the (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…)
02:44 — Todd Winkler waived his right to an attorney and spoke to investigators for more than an hour on Feb. 27, 2012, the day he killed his wife, Rachel. Wi (more…)
02:46 — Mark Castellano gives "48 Hours" correspondent Tracy Smith a glimpse into the mind of a killer.
01:27 — Two wives dead in unusual accidents â€“ did Harold Henthorn have terrible luck, or was it something far more sinister? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter (more…)
00:28 — In a 2008 interview, Jodi Arias is questioned by "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher about why Arias did not call 911 - or anyone - on the day of T (more…)
02:12 — When Stephanie Roller went "missing" on Thanksgiving week of November 2010, scores of volunteers showed up to search for her. Glen Kraatz and Shari To (more…)
01:22 — In a 2008 interview with "48 Hours", accused killer Jodi Arias reflects on what it was like taking her jailhouse mugshot and justifies why she was all (more…)