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"48 Hours" began as a documentary in 1986 and became a regular series two years later. It was built around a team of correspondents covering one subject for 48 consecutive hours. Over time it evolved into the premiere broadcast for law, crime and justice stores -- its journalists, for example, have been credited with uncovering new information that has led to high-profile cases being overturned and wrongfully convicted people released from prison. The large library of episodes are revisited in "48 Hours on ID," focusing on investigations that explore themes of jealousy, murder and deceit.

Latest episodes

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In spite of what Singaporean authorities say, Dr. Shane Todd's family refuses to believe he committed suicide.
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The investigation into Ashley Fallis' death from a gunshot wound is reopened two years after being ruled a suicide.
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After Angie Dodge is killed in 1996, police used a public DNA database to find a match to DNA found at the crime scene DNA; their efforts backfire when an innocent man, Michael Usry, Jr., is found to be a partial match, and he becomes a suspect.
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A woman's intuition that something is wrong with her daughter leads police to a house of horrors; inside, they find Iana Kasian murdered in a shockingly gruesome fashion.
aired 12 days ago
Police investigate several suspects in the wake of the murder of a member of a ski resort's most illustrious family.
aired 12 days ago
Irene Garza's family members and friends pray that one day Father John Feit will be brought to justice for killing the young teacher in 1960, not knowing it will take 57 years for the priest to be convicted.
aired 12 days ago
Mark Castellano stops at nothing to find his estranged girlfriend, Michele Warner, even publicizing her disappearance on the "Dr. Phil" show, and his strategy works but not in the way he intended.
aired 17 days ago
After three chillingly similar murders, Texas police begin to wonder if they are chasing a serial killer; a thermal imaging scope has recorded nighttime movement at one of the crime scenes, providing new evidence that may break the case.
aired 17 days ago
Kelly Dwyer vanishes after a night out on a date in Milwaukee in October 2013; the subsequent investigation raises questions about the risks of online dating, dangerous sex and the hidden double lives of loved ones.
aired 17 days ago
Detective Lex de Man is on the trail of The Family cult leader Anne Hamilton-Byrne and her husband, then he gets a tip they are in the state of New York; with the help of the FBI, the detective finds the couple in the Catskills and escorts them home.
aired 18 days ago
Peter Van Sant reports on The Family, an apocalyptic cult formed by yoga teacher Anne Hamilton-Byrne in 1963; the cult had approximately 500 followers and more than two dozen children, who now tell harrowing stories of child abuse.
aired 21 days ago
Sheila Trott attracts the notice of police after telling them she had a nightmare about murdered friend Kelly Brennan.
aired 21 days ago
After an unknown girl is found murdered in a California restaurant parking lot, it will take a tenacious investigator, a forensic sculptor and a report by "48 Hours" to break the case.
aired 21 days ago
Ignoring the warnings of her friends, Linda refuses to believe her husband could actually be poisoning her.
aired 22 days ago
Former reality television producer Bruce Beresford-Redman is charged with murdering his wife while on a family vacation in Cancun, Mexico; while awaiting trial, he keeps a riveting video diary of life inside the Mexican prison; Troy Roberts reports.
aired 23 days ago
Vincent Viafore drowns while kayaking on the Hudson River with his fiancée, Angelika Graswald, leading police to believe it was an accident; then, after 11 hours of questioning Graswald, they charge her with second degree murder.
aired 23 days ago
While serving in Iraq, U.S. Marine Col. Michael Stahlman is found with a fatal gunshot wound to his head; his death is ruled a suicide, but his wife still believes he was murdered.
aired 26 days ago
In February 2015, police officer Daniel Green is shot four times and left for dead in his home; at first, his ex-wife, Erika Sandoval, denies having anything to do with his death, then she changes her story.
aired 30 days ago
When Marsha Brantley suddenly vanished in 2009, her husband, Donnie, eventually became a suspect in her murder; this story has a stunning ending that nobody, including prosecutors, saw coming; Peter Van Sant reports.
aired 30 days ago
Texas oilman Cullen Davis stands trial for a 1976 ambush that claimed the lives of his stepdaughter and his estranged wife's boyfriend.
aired 30 days ago
Susan Spencer reports on the story of a Colorado man who gets a second shot at freedom after being convicted of killing his wife in 2004.

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