A woman is found dead in her Florida home, and evidence at the scene is scarce. All signs point to burglary. The case goes cold until police get a tip from a canine behaviorist who points them in a different direction.
When a young woman is found dead police immediately focus their attention on her husband. Not until they examine cell phone records and a unique shoe print do they realize the real killer has been a bit too close for comfort the entire time.
A married couple was found shot to death in their suburban home. Investigators thought they had pin-pointed the killer and his motive until trash revealed the shocking truth and the true killer's identity.
When the head of the Coors Brewing Company is kidnapped and held for ransom, it kicked off one of the most intense manhunts in American history. See how forensic science helped track down the kidnappers.
When an attractive young Missouri woman is found dead in her apartment, police meticulously generate a suspect list a mile long. The culprit turns out to be the most unlikely suspect with an insatiable lust for power and control.
After a man dies with no proof of foul play, investigators learn that another man died the exact same way six years earlier. The men had one thing in common: at the time of their deaths, they were married to the same woman.
An eighteen-year-old girl is abducted at gunpoint from her home in Jackson, Ohio. Fortunately the victim returns hours later, and police hope the tire impressions and shoe prints at the crime scene will enable them to find the perpetrator.
Chris Cuomo goes inside a maximum-security prison for an exclusive interview with one of America’s most notorious serial killers, Joel Rifkin. Cuomo asks him tough questions about his sordid sex life, why he murdered and how he was caught.