Police provide correspondent Ryan Smith access to their investigation into the brutal murder of a University of North Carolina sophomore in September 2012, Included: a DNA generated composite of what the alleged killer may look like; interviews with the victim's parents and her siblings.
U.S. authorities scrutinize a supposed miracle cure for autism that a fringe church is promoting; employees faking injuries to receive disability; an American woman convinces people that she is a descendant of French nobility.
Journalist Gretchen Carlson speaks out about the sexual harassment she's experienced throughout her life; a former Wall Street trader talks about the sexist atmosphere he observed at work; the lengths that people will go to prove harassment claims.
Profiles of working individuals and families across America, who are struggling to stay in the middle class; issues of dwindling job opportunities, income inequality and community solutions are explained.
Playboy model and reality TV star Anna Nicole Smith is remembered, 10 years after her sudden death; new information about her glamorous and mysterious life is revealed through conversations with Larry Birkhead and others who were close to her.
A Tennessee high school teacher, accused of kidnapping his 15-year-old student, causes a 38-day manhunt that ends with the two being found in northern California; interviews with people close to the case.
An international investigation into Otto Warmbier's 17-month imprisonment in North Korea, and his death, which occurred less than a week after he was brought back to the United State in a state of unresponsive wakefulness.
Footage of U.S. border officers accused of encouraging a 16-year-old to drink a dangerous liquid to prove he's not a smuggler; cases of border agents and officers being accused of abusing those crossing the border.