Police have solved, or are close to solving, a number of cases that have been cold for decades. Investigators are using new technology and research techniques and re-examining leads that previous investigators may have ignored.
The unbelievable story of how a rape victim in Lynnwood, Washington was charged with falsely reporting the crime and how two female detectives, who believed her, teamed up to find the serial rapist responsible: Marc Patrick O'Leary.
Jan Broberg, the subject of a high-profile, captivating story about her abduction and rape when she was a child in the 1970s, spoke with us about her 'amazing' parents, how her abductor—a close family friend—so successfully groomed her family before the first kidnapping (there were two) and whether he might have other victims.
In December 2012, protests broke out across India after news of a horrific gang rape exploded into global view. The crime—the gang rape of 23-year-old physiotherapy student, Jyoti Singh, committed by six men on a bus in the capital territory of Delhi—was so brutal that it shocked the world and jolted the Indian legal system into reconsidering its protections for women.
What is evil—and how do we measure it? Is it more evil to abduct and torture a stranger for days before ultimately letting them go, or to fatally shoot a spouse in a fit of jealous rage? We speak to clinical psychologist Dr. Gary Bucato, co-author of the new book, 'The New Evil,' about how he determined what acts are more evil than others and why serial killers aren't all categorized the same way.