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Nearly 20 years ago a death row inmate wrote to “48 Hours” that he was framed for the murder of four people. Was evidence planted? New DNA tests may finally answer that question.
A man haunted by the unsolved murders of his step-grandmother and her friend made a podcast about the crime — it's a story that "48 Hours" started covering as a cold case, but turned into something very different thanks to a relentless detective and cutting-edge technology
Cruz urged his Senate colleagues to pass his "El Chapo Act" to help fund the border wall and "secure the border"
Defense attorney Jeff Lichtman, who also defended American mobster John "Junior" Gotti, said he was "restricted" from going into "very basic areas" of the case
With a guilty verdict in for the notorious Mexican drug lord, "60 Minutes" revisits reports of his capture, his escape — and how he was finally caught again
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You might be surprised by the murder rates in major cities across the U.S.
These people are accused of some horrific crimes. And they're all missing
Clinton police chief said two small children who were inside were released before the hostage situation came to an end
For the first time, some hostages recount the chilling details about what actually happened inside the California store and how they were able to get out alive
Police said there was a laser on the weapon
These are the types of criminal allegations that need to be seen to be believed
"Friday was the worst day our company has ever had, we are hurting right now," said Scott Hall, CEO of parent company Mueller Water Company
"He seemed perfectly fine," said Jennifer White. "I've seen him out there ... with his drones"
Houston police chief says an officer lied in an affidavit that led to a raid. It ended with two people dead and four officers wounded
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Police in Aurora, Illinois, say there is an active shooter situation
The two brothers are no longer considered suspects, police said
"His body simply gave out," Richmond Animal Care and Control announced on Facebook
Boston Marathon bomber, the "Unabomber" and the man behind "the worst intelligence disaster in U.S. history" are all housed at the "Supermax" Colorado facility
Portland, Oregon, police commander seems to have exchanged friendly messages with leader of far-right protests
"Lorena," a new Amazon documentary series, takes a closer look at her fight against domestic violence
Transit police officer Jesus Retena claims Twitter, Facebook and Google aided in radicalizing the gunman who opened fire in July 2016
Court documents allege the Jan. 23 fire was set by lighter fluid; there was no motive given
More than 200 teen reporters told the stories of young lives lost to bullets
The "Empire" actor gives a detailed account to "Good Morning America," says attack left him "forever changed"
Former attorney at the tech giant allegedly drew on non-public earnings information to cash in