Paul Solman continues in his three-part series on ethics and corporate America with a report on the behavior of stock analysts.
Falsely claiming a Congressional Medal of Honor could land you in jail according to the Stolen Valor Act, a federal law making it a crime to lie about a military decoration. Margaret Warner and Marcia Coyle discuss a case involving…
In "Crime Unseen" at the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College, artists look at crime and violence through the lens of a camera.
Nearly three years after the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme scandal erupted, wife Ruth Madoff and son Andrew are telling their side of the story. Gwen Ifill and "Wizard of Lies" author Diana Henriques take a deeper look into the Madoff…
Journalist Jay Bahadur's new book, "The Pirates of Somalia: Inside Their Hidden World," offers a rare glimpse inside the inner workings of modern piracy off the cost of Somalia. Ray Suarez and Bahadur discuss his real-life tale of crime on…
The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in case involving a Texas death-row inmate who wanted to gain access to additional crime scene evidence for DNA testing. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal explains.
In today's arts and culture headlines, a New York film student is charged with a murder attempt against a Muslim taxi driver and the original Kermit the Frog is donated to the Smithsonian.
Spencer Michels wraps up his cybersecurity series with a look at online crimes and the technology being used to stop them.
As part of NewsHour Connect, which showcases the best of public broadcasting from around the country, Frederica Freyberg of Wisconsin Public Television reports on the surge of heroin-related crimes there.
By Molly Finnegan
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