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Chris Cuomo explores the psyche of criminal offenders and the impact of nature vs. nurture on their violent behavior.

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aired 82 days ago
Hell-bent on revenge, a group of teenagers kills local businessman John Hill who had raped their friend, Jennifer; 30 years later, Chris Cuomo speaks to Lisa Harris, the only member of the group who was sentenced to life in prison.
aired 82 days ago
Chris Cuomo interviews convicted murderer John J. Lennon who writes about the prison system from the inside.
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Chris Cuomo asks whether the desire to kill is a genetic trait and tries to find some answers to the age-old question of nature versus nurture.
aired 83 days ago
Charity Lee has the uniquely tragic misfortune of being the mother to the teenage boy who killed her young daughter; Chris Cuomo speaks with Paris Lee Bennett, 25, to find out what drove him to murder the sister he says he loved.
aired 84 days ago
Chris Cuomo conducts the last interview serial killer Andrew Urdiales will ever give.
aired 84 days ago
Jennifer Asbenson tells Chris Cuomo about her terrifying encounter with serial killer Andrew Urdiales; even though she spends years telling people her story, no one believed her until Urdiales confessed to several other crimes.
aired 198 days ago
Chris Cuomo goes inside a maximum-security prison for an exclusive interview with notorious serial killer Joel Rifkin, asking him tough questions about his sordid sex life.
aired 252 days ago
Chris Cuomo explores the psyche of criminal offenders and the impact of nature vs. nurture on their violent behavior.
aired 252 days ago
Chris Cuomo explores the psyche of criminal offenders and the impact of nature vs. nurture on their violent behavior.
VOD available
Chris Cuomo unravels the twisted tale of what happened to a woman when her promising love story went horribly wrong.
aired 279 days ago
Three women a day are killed by a former or current husband or boyfriend; Chris Cuomo goes inside the epidemic of intimate partner violence that turns lethal for so many women; Nicole Beverly desperately seeks to avoid that fate.
aired 633 days ago
Chris Cuomo hears the firsthand accounts of rape survivors and examines what hurdles they face to get justice.

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