After serving 20 years in a federal penitentiary on a drug conviction, Freeway Rick Ross outlines his life story in an autobiography that holds nothing back while making no excuses for his past actions.
Two men, featured in the book and PBS special The Poisoner's Handbook, forever redefined in the early 1920s how New York City medical examiners process evidence. Author Deborah Blum, in an interview discussion, breaks down that evidence.
Susan Berman had been protected from mob unrest in the 1950s by her father, Davie Berman, a notorious gangster. This time, however, her father was not there to save Berman, an author and screenwriter, when a gunman fired a single shot, killing her. New circumstantial evidence is explored in the 2000 murder as police, with the FBI, revisit the investigation
Crime writer Ann Rule's legal team sheds light on defamation suit against a Seattle newspaper prompted by a negative cover story penned by the fiancé of a convicted killer and the subject of one of Rule's books.