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Experience the best in intriguing crime and justice cases that touch on all areas of the human experience, including greed and passion, presented by the award-winning team at CBS News' "48 Hours."

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Did Lizzie Borden really hack her parents to death? A surprising answer and an inside look at the haunting crime scene. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
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.
Broken Hearts

Broken Hearts

2020-03-1544:444

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.
An investigation into the death of a Hollywood therapist. Did the system do enough to protect her from alleged killer Gareth Pursehouse? Her former fiancé Drew Carey calls for updated laws. "48 Hours" Erin Moriarty reports.
In Jason's Name

In Jason's Name

2020-02-2343:566

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.
Did a Florida man hire a look-a-like to kill his wife?  A GPS leads police right to the hitman’s door.  "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.   
A young woman claims she was attacked by an ex-boyfriend who carved the word boy into her arm. But the crime scene tells a different story. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports.
Karrie's Choice

Karrie's Choice

2020-02-0943:436

Could a teenager be brainwashed by one parent to help murder the other parent -- and then make it look like a suicide? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.  
A woman accused of setting her house on fire and then intentionally running over her husband as he escaped the flames speaks out for the first time. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
A survivor deals with the trauma after her stepbrother is convicted of killing her family in order to go to the prom. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.
Hear for the first time from the woman at the center of a case prosecutors said was all about ”sex, lies, money and murder.” Correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
Death By Text

Death By Text

2020-01-1943:462

Michelle Carter, convicted of involuntary manslaughter because she used text messages to encourage a friend to take his own life, is being released from jail. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moirarty has the latest in the headline-making case. 
The Shape of a Killer

The Shape of a Killer

2019-12-2244:243

Three murders in Austin, Texas, and little evidence to go on. Did a man testing a thermal imaging camera inadvertently capture the image of one of the killers? "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher investigates.
Hostages chillingly reveal the terrifying three hours they spent held captive by a gunman inside a California supermarket. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.
A California police officer shot dead in his home -- his ex-wife admits she pulled the trigger. Did a photo posted on social media lead to the officer’s death? "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
A former TV producer and windsurfing champion says he’s in prison for a murder he didn’t commit -- the only physical evidence against him: a teaspoon of sand. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
How a bakery worker’s secret plan to recover DNA from a discarded Coke can helped investigators solve the cold case of a college student murdered over Thanksgiving weekend. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
An inside look at the startling evidence that helped convict against Colorado man Patrick Frazee for the murder of his fianceé. CBS News correspondent Nikki Battiste reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Comments (237)

Lorena Medrano

I love John Jones’s voice !

Apr 1st
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MicheB

bad recording

Apr 1st
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MicheB

bad recording

Apr 1st
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deborah cassidy

I know he’s a victim but my goodness he’s selfish. Just kill Kevin cooper? Hen the evidence points to him being mostly innocent. Just wow

Mar 23rd
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Brandon N Tasha Dickenson

love 48 hours

Mar 18th
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Mistie Church

I love Dateline & 48 hours. Any true crime . Any let me not forget Ashley & Britt.

Mar 13th
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lopro

jeez, the commercial volume, are you nuts?????

Mar 2nd
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LLW44

Another repeat. 3rd time I've heard it.

Feb 28th
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LLW44

Repeat. A lot of these episodes are played 2 or 3 times.

Feb 27th
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deborah cassidy

The family clearly had a hand in turning the kids against Molly.. innocent or guilty.

Feb 24th
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Lucinda Jensen

man she sounds delusional when she's describing what was going on at the time of the fire, especially when she says she was folding laundry . it was like look at me I was being a good domestic wife .

Feb 21st
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Kim

This episode is all static.

Feb 14th
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Alysa Morphis

how could those ladies wait so long to tell the police!?? just ridiculous.

Feb 13th
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James King

This womans fake news voice is horrible.

Feb 10th
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Nadia Blur

At least half the episodes are repeated. And ads bust my ear drums. Nice podcast but I feel listeners are treated with little respect. I tried around 80 episodes. Was enough. Unsubscribing now

Feb 9th
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Dianna W

you back up and delete photos off your phone so it won't get bogged down.

Feb 9th
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Monnie Moores

Yet, not him or any family member bothered to file a restraining order against Erika.........I guess that would put a dent in the great sex that they were having.....

Feb 4th
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Dianna W

she kept saying she was sorry but I'm not sure she knows what she should be sorry for. she is sorry she upset people. there is something off there and her mom should have known perhaps she was in denial too but she is the reason the girl was too scared to tell anyone.

Feb 2nd
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Dianna W

the government never wants to admit they were wrong

Jan 31st
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Dianna W

Jean was just being spiteful to his kids. not letting them see him and then burying him in Norway. that's just to hurt them.

Jan 31st
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