Here are the latest posts from CBS News ’48 Hours’.
Notebook: Inside the case of Harris Todd vs. Dorothy Lee Barnett
“48 Hours” correspondent Maureen Maher previews this week’s “48 Hours” on the case of a woman who vanished with her baby daughter in 1994 after losing custody in an ugly court battle. Watch “Dear Savanna” Saturday, July 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Sylvie Cachay: A friend to animals
Cachay’s loved ones reminisce about her generous spirit and talk with “48 Hours” correspondent Troy Roberts about her habit of taking in injured and stray animals. For more, watch “Death at Soho House,” Saturday, July 16 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Sylvie Cachay’s designs leave impression on the fashion world
Cachay’s creative talent shined through at a very young age. Designs from her swimsuit collection, Syla, even caught the attention of Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of Vogue. Learn more about Cachay in “Death at Soho House,” airing Saturday, July 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Harris Todd on his search for missing daughter, ex-wife
In July 1999, six years after his daughter, Savanna, and ex-wife Lee Barnett disappeared after a contentious custody battle, Harris Todd took matters into his own hands and traveled to Costa Rica to look for his child. “48 Hours” producer Josh Yager was there, documenting the Charleston, S.C., father’s search.
Lee Barnett’s friends: “We thought about her all the time”
While Dorothy Lee Barnett stayed one step ahead of the FBI as an international fugitive for almost 20 years, her friends in Charleston S.C, including Gordon King and Patty Roth, never forgot Barnett or her young daughter, Savanna. For more, watch “Dear Savanna” Saturday, July 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
“48 Hours”: Bringing a Nation Together
In the aftermath of the deadly police shootings in Dallas — what will it take for America to heal?
Chorus of celebrities speak out for social change
Powerful people are feeling a responsibility to use their fame as a platform to bring change. Don Dahler has more on that.
Healing begins in Baton Rouge after Alton Sterling shooting
In spite of viral video which could have lead to an explosion of anger, David Begnaud reports the Louisiana city has maintained mostly peaceful in the aftermath.
In Miami, police changing policies and perceptions
Police departments all over America have been beefing up security for their officers since the attack in Dallas. As Mark Strassmann reports, many departments are looking for long-term solutions to improving relations with minority communities.
A deadly week spurs a new commitment to unity
How will America move past the tragic week that was? And when will deadly confrontations like these ever stop? Maurice DuBois reports.
In Miami, police revamp policies to change public perceptions
Departments across the U.S. look for long-term solutions to improving relations with minority communities
How people of different races can move forward together
Despite the deep divide between law enforcement and communities of color, people of all backgrounds need to be part of the solution
In wake of police shootings, Dallas looks ahead
Today, Dallas is trying to move forward — coping with how, in a city doing so much right, things went terribly wrong
Bringing a Nation Together
A “48 Hours” special on the aftermath of the deadly police shootings in Dallas — what will it take for America to heal?
Dallas looks ahead in wake of deadly police shootings
A peaceful protest against racial injustice Thursday evening was shattered by gunfire when a black U.S. Army veteran, angry over the death of black men at the hands of white police officers, opened fire. When it was over, five police officers were dead, and seven were wounded. Maureen Maher reports on how the city is trying to move forward.
Dallas police shootings: The haunting timeline
Police in Dallas are still piecing together exactly how the carnage unfolded Thursday in one of the deadliest and most chaotic nights in the city’s history. Peter Van Sant reports.
When personal tragedies go viral
On July 7, Diamond Reynolds pulled out her cell phone during a fatal Minnesota traffic stop, clicked on Facebook Live and changed the world. Erin Moriarty reports.
The psychological impact of police shootings on people of color
There is no denying the deep divide between law enforcement and minority communities. But what do people from different backgrounds need to understand about each other to really move forward? Michelle Miller has been looking into this.
Remembering Philando Castile
There is grief in Minnesota for Philando Castile, who died July 6 at the hands of an officer at a traffic stop in St. Paul. Anna Werner has more on a man who was beloved by many.
CBS News to present “48 Hours: Bringing A Nation Together”
One-hour special to focus on the aftermath of the deadly police shootings in Dallas
Power and Passion
A powerful politician, a forbidden affair — did he love her to death? “48 Hours” correspondent Richard Schlesinger investigates.
“I heard a gunshot” witness tells Gulf Shores police
Firefighter Roger Whitehead and other neighbors tell Gulf Shores, Ala., police what they saw and heard in the area near Angel Downs’ home the night of May 9, 2010. Downs was discovered dead in her driveway from a gunshot to the head. The conversations were recorded by police wearing body cameras.
Police body cameras offer view of crime scene
See what police in Gulf Shores, Ala., saw as they arrived outside of Angel Downs’ condo the night of May 9, 2010. The real estate agent, 45, was found dead in her own driveway from a single gunshot to the head — fired from her own weapon.
Did politics play role in prosecution of Stephen Nodine?
“48 Hours”‘ Richard Schlesinger questions former Baldwin County D.A. Judy Newcomb and her successor, current D.A. Hallie Dixon, about how each handled the case against Stephen Nodine, a Mobile County commissioner who was charged with murdering his mistress, Angel Downs in May 2010.
Stephen Nodine maintains innocence in death of mistress
“48 Hours”‘ Richard Schlesinger questions Nodine about his affair with Angel Downs. Nodine admits to being selfish and self-centered in leading a double life, but denies he killed her.
Remembering Angel Downs
Tanya McGowin talks to “48 Hours” about her friendship with Angel Downs and her feelings about Stephen Nodine.
“48 Hours” Presents: The Bugs Bunny Defense
Did a cartoon play a part in the death of a California man? “48 Hours” correspondent Richard Schlesinger investigates.
Suicide or murder? Investigating the death of Angel Downs
“48 Hours” probes case of Alabama politician Stephen Nodine — accused in the 2010 shooting death of his mistress, Angel Downs
iPad exclusive: Linda Gwozdz speaks at her sentencing
At her sentencing hearing, Linda Duffey Gwozdz maintains her innocence before being sentenced to 40 years in prison for killing her first husband, Patrick Duffey.
How hard is it to fan fire a double-action revolver?
Linda Duffey Gwozdz told police she fan fired her first husband’s double-action revolver so quickly that she couldn’t stop after she realized it was loaded. Investigators didn’t believe her, so they asked a civilian from their office to give it a try. See how she did.
The Bugs Bunny Defense: “48 Hours” investigates the shooting death of Patrick Duffey
Did goofy talk between a married couple mimicking cartoon characters lead to murder?
Preview: “48 Hours” double feature
Saturday at 9: A powerful politician, a forbidden affair – did he love her to death? Then at 10: Did a cartoon play a part in the death of a California man? “48 Hours” correspondent Richard Schlesinger investigates.
Sneak peek: The Bugs Bunny Defense
Did a cartoon play a part in the death of a California man? “48 Hours”‘ Richard Schlesinger investigates Saturday, July 2 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Sneak peek: Power and Passion
A powerful politician, a forbidden affair – did he love her to death? “48 Hours”‘ Richard Schlesinger reports Saturday, July 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
“48 Hours” Live to Tell: I Remember Everything
Kidnapped at knifepoint, a young woman outsmarts her attacker and shares her harrowing story of survival. Correspondent Maureen Maher reports. | Read story
Angela Rose: Attack survivor relives brutal abduction
Can the terrifying details a woman remembers about her kidnapping bring her captor to justice?
Father and Son
A son fights to prove his father, a doctor, killed his mother, a noted scientist. But will his dad end up in prison?
The Strange Case of Kurt Sonnenfeld
A man wanted in the murder of his wife makes an outrageous claim: the U.S. wants to silence him for what he saw at Ground Zero
Father and Son
To some, the untimely death of a Utah mother and noted scientist appeared to be a suicide — to her teenage son it was murder, and he was determined to prove it
The Strange Case of Kurt Sonnenfeld
A man wanted in the murder of his wife makes an outrageous claim – the U.S. wants to silence him for what he saw at Ground Zero
Sneak peek: The Strange Case of Kurt Sonnenfeld
Saturday at 10: A man wanted in the murder of his wife makes an outrageous claim: the U.S. wants to silence him for what he saw at Ground Zero
“48 Hours”‘ Erin Moriarty on an interview years in the making