The Doctors discuss the unusual case of a teen boy charged with killing a 20-year-old woman and his defense team is blaming the teen’s acne medication.
The Doctors discuss if new health issues should affect a person's court sentence.
Does having a psychopathic brain automatically lead to being a killer? Neuroscientist and professor of psychiatry and human behavior at The University of Irvine, Dr. James Fallon shares the shocking results of his own brain scan.
The Doctors welcome Dr. James Fallon, a neuroscientist and professor of psychiatry and human behavior at The University of Irvine, to discuss how the brain of a killer may differ from other brains.
A man called 9-1-1 and said he woke up and found his wife on the floor covered in blood. He also said he suspected that he was responsible, but blamed his cold medicine.
Fed up with lice outbreaks? Would you consider hiring a hit man for revenge!? One Florida grandmother allegedly did just that.
Since 1989, 2,005 people have been exonerated from prison in the U.S.
Clarence was arrested out of the blue for the rape and murder of his mother-in-law and the attempted murder, assault, and rape of his six-year-old niece. He steadfastly maintained his innocence but was convicted and sentenced – until DNA evidence revealed
In the middle of a gunman’s terrifying rampage, Ian stepped up to save the life of a man he’d never met. For the first time on daytime TV, Ian and his family tell the story of that terrible night.
According to statistics, every nine seconds a woman is abused in the U.S., and every day three women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends. Brandi almost became one of those murdered women – this is her story.