"Anatomy of a Capture" offers an in depth description of the capture of Saddam Hussein. "Richard Engel" talks about reaction from Tikrit, Iraq. "Judgement Day" examines how Saddam Hussein will likely face trial for war crimes. "Condoleezza Rice" talks to the National Security Adviser about the capture. "A Soldier's Story" talks to a former Gulf War prisoner of war about his reaction to the capture. "Still Missing" looks at the on going hunt for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. "Raghida Dergham" discuss reaction to the capture in the Arab world. "The Ace of Spades" looks at worldwide reaction to the capture.
Former DEA agent Andrew Hogan details his search for Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán with never-before-seen videos and photographs.
The friends of a a Georgia father accused of murdering his ex-wife come together to prove he is innocent, while prosecutors count on his young children to testify against him.
A teenager is convicted of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself; exclusive interviews with those on both sides of the case.
Tex and Diane McIver were an Atlanta power couple. She was a successful business woman. He was a lawyer with big political ties. One night and one turn changed their lives forever.
Joan Bradford, a beloved wife and mother is executed in her own home in suburban Los Angeles. It looks targeted, but who could want her dead?
When a young Army medic based at Ft. Bragg, N.C., goes missing, police can't solve the case despite having a suspect until an unorthodox private investigator steps in to help.
The tight, close-knit community of Kauai, Hawaii is a blend of tropical paradise and small town America. But the murder of Sandra Galas, a young, beautiful, mother has locals wondering who among them is a killer.
A Halloween turns tragic when a fiancée is killed at a bar. The investigation proves difficult when it's discovered all suspects were in costume.
When well-liked school superintendent Keith Reed fails to show up at a conference, family and colleagues descend on his house. Alarm bells start to ring when they discover most of the superintendent’s personal things – all but his cell phone -- are there.