A true-life "War of the Roses" marital horror story about a Connecticut advertising executive and TV producer who kidnapped his ex-wife in 2009 and held her hostage in the home they had shared. He also burned down their beach house.
A report on a battle over a widow's will: Mary Ellen Bendtsen of Dallas gave her house to two antiques dealers—not her family—shortly before her death in 2005. Also: a look at the facts (and the mystery) behind the 2006 psychological thriller "The Night Listener," including an interview with author Armistead Maupin, who cowrote the screenplay.
A report on desperate dads. Profiled: an Arkansas businessman who reportedly fell into the Little Red River during a 2008 family vacation; and Josh Powell, who died Feb. 5, 2012, along with his two sons in an apparent double-murder suicide at his home in Graham, Wash.
An interview with Dharun Ravi, a former Rutgers University student convicted of invasion of privacy and bias intimidation following his roommate's suicide in 2010. Also: a report on a Web site created to bring news to small-town America.
A report on the murder trial of a suburban-Atlanta engineer charged with killing the husband of a coworker with whom he was allegedly having an affair. His defense of the shooting that took place outside a day-care center: insanity.