A crew of wealthy, spoiled kids invaded the homes of the rich and famous, snatching Gucci purses, diamonds, and pearls. But when the walls started closing in, it was every man and woman for themselves. Their good looks, devil-may-care attitude, and brazen Hollywood heist gave them the name Bling Ring.
A look at the case of Jared Fogle, who became an inspiration to millions of overweight Americans with his Subway diet. His personal story became a successful ad campaign, but Fogle's wholesome exterior wasn't all that it was cracked up to be.
A look at the case of Anthony Weiner, who was an up and coming politician in New York's Democratic party. His uncontrolled compulsions and sexual exploits made national headlines, overshadowing his political career.
It was one of the most talked about crimes of the 1970s, an outrageous caper at 10,000 feet. The only trace the perpetrator left behind was a note and phony name—D.B. Cooper. But five months later, it happened again.
A 1995 bombing in the heartland destroyed 16 blocks of downtown Oklahoma City, injuring over 800 innocents. More than 800 were injured in the blast, and 168 men, women, and children were killed. Even more disturbing, Timothy McVeigh, the accused mastermind with a history of extremist beliefs and violent defiance was also a decorated American veteran.
Patty Hearst is a young heiress from one of America's richest and most politically connected families, but is kidnapped by a mysterious underground militia. Then incredibly, the captive appeared to turn criminal, joining her captors on a crime spree that climaxed in a massive shootout on live television.
Aaron Hernandez was one of the NFL's brightest young stars, and with a newly signed $40 million contract, his future looked limitless. But when a member of Hernandez's inner circle was brutally murdered, the football star became a prime suspect. And the ensuing investigation would reveal a troubling dark side.
Beginning in 1978, a string of university, airline, and mail bombings terrorized the country, injured 23 people, and claimed three lives. Investigators chased down hundreds of leads, but the bomber's identity remained a mystery for years. He was known to the public only as "the Unabomber" until a particular turn of phrase led authorities and introduced the world to Ted Kaczynski.
Spotlighting La Madrina, the godmother of cocaine, a brutal drug lord who crushed anyone who stood in her way. As the ultimate black widow, she built a narcotics empire in the city of Miami and ignited the cocaine cowboy drug wars. Before Pablo Escobar and before El Chapo, there was Griselda Blanco.