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This newsmagazine investigates intriguing crime and justice cases that touch on all aspects of the human experience. Over its long run, the show has helped exonerate wrongly convicted people, driven the reopening -- and resolution -- of cold cases, and changed numerous lives. CBS News correspondents offer an in-depth look into each story, with the emphasis on solving the mystery at its heart. The program and its team have earned critical acclaim, including 20 Emmys and three Peabody Awards.

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An Oregon man who was accused of pushing his fiancée off a cliff during a hike tells his side of the story.
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The case of a Pennsylvania man who is shot dead following a bitter divorce raises questions about law enforcement's responsibility when someone repeatedly reports being threatened.
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Newly developed DNA technology leads investigators to multiple suspects in a 1996 murder case.
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The investigation into the 1996 murder of a New York businessman in the headquarters of his successful office supply store and coffee shop.
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Parents fight to restore their son's reputation after he is shot dead by a police officer in New York in 2010.
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Casey Kasem's wife, Jean Kasem, reveals her version of her husband's final days and discusses a heated family feud involving Kasem's estate and final resting place.
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The investigation into the 2006 disappearance of a man believed to have been eaten by alligators leads investigators in an unexpected direction.
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Los Angeles County Sheriff's investigators talk about the drowning death of actress Natalie Wood and suspicions about her then-husband, actor Robert Wagner.

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