Investigating the mysterious case of Susan Powell, a wife and mother who vanished without a trace from her Utah home over a decade ago. Included: Susan's secret will that may have been a clue to solving the mystery, and the stunning, tragic twist that no one saw coming involving her two sons, over two years after her disappearance. Featuring new interviews, details on the new civil trial and archival interviews.
Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, brutally murdered in April, captured international attention and sparked a #MeToo movement in the military. Cameras profile Vanessa's family as they tirelessly advocate for justice. Along the way, Vanessa's parents, Rogelio and Gloria Guillen and sisters, Mayra and Lupe Guillen, share emotional memories of Vanessa.
An investigation into why the United States was unprepared for COVID-19, how government and administration officials failed and missed the warning signs, and what the country needs to do next to reopen and return to normalcy after the pandemic has wreaked havoc on American families, communities and the economy.
The strange Dalia Dippolito case is featured, revealing what happens when reality TV and hidden cameras converge with a real-life murder-for-hire plot. Dippolito, currently in prison for solicitation of murder, became the buzz of southern Florida after authorities secretly recorded her trying to hire a hitman to kill her husband. Cameras caught every second and made Dippolito an internet sensation. The program includes a new interview with Brian Claypool, Dippolito's current attorney.
Cortney Shegerian speaks about her now ex-husband and kidnapping mastermind Hossein Nayeri eight years after kidnappers abducted a small business owner and his roommate from their Southern California home.
A look at Jodi Arias, who made headlines when she killed her former boyfriend, Travis Alexander. Also, a rare look at evidence in the case, including a camera that caught the last moments of Alexander's life.
The story of Pamela and Gregg Smart, Gregg's death, and the trial that convicted his wife of accomplice to first-degree murder, among other charges. Close to three decades later, Pamela maintains her innocence.
Robin Roberts interviews survivors Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, the three young women who made national headlines when they bravely escaped their Cleveland kidnapper's home after a decade of captivity.
A look into the death of Belinda Temple and the ongoing legal battle with her estranged husband, David Temple, who is believed to have murdered her, and is once again awaiting sentencing 20 years after Belinda's death.