Don Lemon reports on the latest developments in the wrongful-death trial between Michael Jackson's family and concert promoter AEG. Included: remarks by lawyers on both sides of the case, as well as Jackson's physician Conrad Murray.
A report on the case against Amanda Knox, the American exchange student in Italy whose conviction for the 2007 murder of her roommate was overturned Oct. 3, 2011. On March 26, 2013, the Italian Supreme Court ruled that Knox will be retried. CNN's Drew Griffin reports from Perugia, Italy, where the killing took place; and Seattle, where Knox grew up. Included: an interview with Giuliano Mignini, the chief prosecutor at Knox's 2009 trial.
The 1990 art heist that took place at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston is investigated. Included: an account from the security guard who was tricked into allowing the thieves into the building.
A recap of the manhunt for former LAPD officer and suspected killer Christopher Dorner. Included: interviews with Dorner's former coach Aaron Alford and friend James Usera; a discussion of the allegations that led to Dorner's 2008 dismissal from the police department and subsequent rampage.
The challenges that U.S. veterans experience when they return home are examined. Included: the difficulties one wounded warrior has faced in receiving benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Also: questionable charities that claim to help wounded veterans, but don't.