"The Atlanta Child Murders" revisits a traumatizing series of deaths that America has seemingly forgotten.
Finding revenues and synergies between the old and new won’t be easy, but he’s been buying with clear-eyed focus, and the assets are performing.
It's all part of the Univision anchor's new English-language show.
The show from the former "To Catch A Predator" host is in its second season.
This majestic mountain setting attracts many gun-owning libertarians who rightly cherish the freedom of speech without which our liberties would perish. In addition, it has attracted a small community of anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists.
I don't know if we'll ever pinpoint all the reasons why true crime has become such a sensation, but as we inevitably continue to indulge ourselves, we must make sure we consider that real people experienced a significant loss in every single one of these stories.
Investigation Discovery will take on the case.
Do me a favor. Stop kidding yourself while riding proudly aboard the Serial bandwagon. Don't think for one minute that there is a difference between Serial and serial -- because, in most cases, there is not.
A Florida mom and her roommate are facing child cruelty charges after forcing her 10-year-old son to dress up like a girl
All of Investigation Discovery Channel Society tells you to feel guilty about watching “iCarly,” but why? Just because you’re
"My mom was a Christian and didn't believe this stuff," Collins told HuffPost. "But at the first meeting, [Monroe] said, 'Your
In the clip from the Investigation Discovery series "Cell Block Psychic," psychic Vicki Monroe confronts a convicted murderer
Tune in Tuesday, April 8th 10/9c, on Investigation Discovery Brace yourself: These ladies are as mad as hell ... and as cold
The MySpace photo. "It just happened so fast," he said. "It was very strange. He loved the music he was playing and all of
TV & Film
` 2. After watching an ID show, you double and triple check that ALL your doors and windows are locked. 3. You vow to sign
Culture & Arts
So crimes involving art, yes, I understand. And solving crimes involving art? Sounds compelling, although not nearly as compelling as this: the notion of crime-SOLVING involving art.