On July 31, 2008, Marine Col. Michael Stahlman was found in his quarters in Iraq with a gunshot wound to the head. Mark Reynolds, later hired by the investigating agency NCIS, says the science points to suicide. But Michael Maloney, who, for years, worked for NCIS before the Stahlman incident, is convinced his death was a homicide.
An Irish businessman is killed by his American au-pair-turned-wife and her father. They claim self-defense. The dead man’s sister fights to clear his name. "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher investigates.
In August 2015, former FBI agent Tom Martens and his daughter Molly Corbett admitted killing her Irish-born husband Jason Corbett, insisting they beat him in self-defense with a brick paver and a baseball bat because Jason was choking Molly and threatening to kill her
The series, hosted by Rocky Carroll, looks at some of the biggest cases handled by the real-life agents of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service
The real-life David vs. Goliath stories of heroic people who put everything on the line in order to expose illegal and often dangerous wrongdoing when major corporations rip off U.S. taxpayers. Hosted by Alex Ferrer.
March for Our Lives leaders unveil the Peace Plan for a Safer America, aiming to get at the root causes of gun violence
Newly released court documents indicate that Patrick Frazee could be mounting a defense that will blame someone else when his trial starts in October
Federal prosecutors say Dr. Robert Levy showed up for work impaired, misdiagnosed patients and falsified records to cover up his errors
Inside the international manhunt for the California man charged with killing his wife and staging a kidnapping plot, new details on his years on the run and how he got caught
After 30 years, "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant questions the prime suspect in the brutal murder who claims she is innocent
A beautiful mom and her infant daughter are found dead near train tracks -- was it a murder-suicide or a cold-blooded killing?