A South African judge reveals her verdict in the Oscar Pistorius murder case.
Did a Wall Street millionaire shoot himself, or was he murdered in his 50,000-square-foot home in Costa Rica? Susan Spencer and 48 HOURS head to the rainforest to investigate what happened to John Bender.
Twenty years after a Palm Beach socialite killed her husband, the same gun is used in another shooting in the family.
Did a desire for the lifestyle of the rich and famous drive a socialite to kill or did the mob target her gambler ex-husband?
A former middle school athlete kept quiet about years of abuse by a trusted coach. Can she now get the woman to admit to her crimes? Tracy Smith reports.
A woman who was kidnapped as a teenager recalls her will to survive; girl assaulted by schoolmates.
The family of 15-year-old John McCabe work tirelessly to find out how and why he was murdered.
A TV producer who's killed his wife, records a film in a Mexican prison.
A ex-Marine's girlfriend with a hidden life goes missing in Panama.
A woman kills her former husband, but claims it was self defense.
A young woman, an alcoholic, thought she found help and a safe place -- what she found was a killer. 48 Hours correspondent Maureen Maher reports.
A family man accused of killing his wife has a bizarre outburst in court. Is he crazy or calculating?
A young girl plays dead to live through a shooting that destroyed her family and describes her remarkable story of survival.
The daughters of a businesswoman who was gunned down look for her killer.
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A triple murder, a young woman set afire in a wheelbarrow. Will this haunting clue close the case? Troy Roberts investigates.
A young woman is charged with giving a Google executive the lethal dose of heroin that ended his life.
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Accusations that a millionaire health supplement distributor hired a hit man to kill his model wife of seven years.
Two days after going on "Dr. Phil" to talk about his son's missing mother, a Texas man tells the police a completely different story.
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After being drawn into the world of bondage and domination, a college student ends up dead, leaving authorities to investigate whether it was an accident or murder.
Police question whether a young wife's apparent suicide was really a murder committed by someone involved with the alleged cult run by her husband.
A young woman is serving a 31-year murder sentence for a crime she says she didn’t commit. If that’s the case, why did she confess? "48 Hours" Erin Moriarty investigates.
Who wanted an Aspen legend dead? Some say anyone who ever met her. Maureen Maher investigates.
A TV producer is sentenced to 12 years in a Mexican prison for killing his wife, a crime he says he didn't commit.
Help cops solve a 20-year-old case. A young woman killed, her family brutally stabbed – someone out there knows something ... is it you? Erin Moriarty reports.
New details in the investigation into a millionaire surrounded by wealth and death--the real story behind the headlines. "48 Hours"' Erin Moriarty reports.
The Pretender - A man wanted for murder pretends to be a reporter for the New York Times.
Two wives die in freak accidents 17 years apart. One man was married to both women. Is he just unlucky or does he know more than he’s telling? Peter Van Sant investigates.
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Ashley Fallis' New Year's Day death was initially ruled a suicide, and the case was closed after Evans police investigated the incident in 2012. Evans Police Chief Rick Brandt reopened the case in April 2014 after receiving previously unheard witness accounts and claims that officers mishandled the investigation.
A successful wife dead from nicotine poisoning. Her genius husband beat "Jeopardy!" -- can he beat a murder rap? Erin Moriarty investigates.
A wife says she shot her husband in self-defense. Police say she’s a killer. Who's correct? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates. This week's "48 Hours" begins with a surprising twist – the verdict is revealed in the first few minutes of the show. Correspondent Peter Van Sant explains why. Watch his report, "The Verdict" Saturday, April 25 at at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.