Over 100 years ago Lizzie Borden was arrested and charged with the brutal murder of her father and stepmother. See what police found at the scene and what transpired at her trial.
In her "my Life of Crime" podcast, Erin Moriarty reexamines the Borden double murder -- and spends the night at the home where the crime took place. She is looking for a motive, evidence and maybe a ghost or two.
A man on death row says his blood was planted at the crime scene. Will an empty vial help his case? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
Four people were brutally murdered in Chino Hills, Calif,. in 1983. Evidence used to convict Kevin Cooper is being questioned more than 35 years later.
Lawyers for R&B singer accused in multiple sexual misconduct cases say federal jail in Chicago takes few precautions against COVID-19.
Chef and restauranteur Brandon Chrostowski received the "Silver Plate" award in March, an honor he now shares with Wolfgang Puck, Danny Meyer and other luminaries. But Chrostowski's operation is a little different, with kitchens staffed by ex-cons. Jeff Glor talks to the visionary chef about his mission to give others the second chance in life he says he was granted years ago.
Pensacola police say they solved a 35-year-old homicide by using DNA to find a relative of the alleged killer and then created a family tree to track him down.
A story of tragedy and triumph -- the murder of a young woman and how a her killer’s heart saves the life of a dying woman. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.
A rare look inside a murder case where virtually everything from the first moments of the investigation through the verdict are captured on camera. "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports.
A teen learns she's the target of a hit ordered on the dark web — "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant goes on a global manhunt to find the shadowy figure behind murder-for-hire sites.