In Colorado, Harold Henthorn faces federal murder charges for the death of his second wife.
Two years ago, Toni Henthorn plunged to her death during a hiking trip to the Rocky Mountains. Her husband claims the fall was accident.
Now, authorities are taking a closer look at the death of his first wife, who died in a freak accident 17 years earlier.
Anna Cabrera is OutFront in Denver with the latest on the case against Harold Henthorn.
It's a dream trip turned nightmare.
Stacey Addison is an Oregon veterinarian who quit her job to travel the world. In early September, she was in the remote country of Timore-Leste, also known as East Timor.
She was sharing a cab with a man who stopped to pick up a package containing drugs.
Now, Addison is sitting in a Timorese prison, a place she could be for another year, even though she hasn't been charged with a crime.
Susan Candiotti has the story.
Delvin Barnes, the man believed to be caught on video abducting a Philadelphia woman, is now on suicide watch at a Virginia jail, where he's facing charges in a different case.
Barnes is accused of abducting Carlesha Freeland Gaither on Sunday night. The whole terrifying incident was caught on video. It's the video that might have saved Freeland-Gaither's life. In it are clues that led police straight to Delvin Barnes.
Surveillance videos like the one used in the Philadelphia abduction case have become one of the best tools police have to catch criminals.
CNN's Kyung Lah has more.
CNN has new details on how police were able to capture Delvin Barnes, the man accused of kidnapping Carlesha Freeland-Gaither off a Philadelphia street. The abduction was caught on tape, which helped lead to Carlesha's rescue Wednesday night.
Police were able to track down Barnes' car to Jessup, Maryland, which is just over a 100 miles away. Barnes was taken into custody and Carlesha is now resting after her terrifying ordeal.
CNN's Jean Casarez has the details on how police were able to capture Barnes down.
Philadelphia police say, Carlesha Freeland-Gaither, the woman whose abduction was captured on surveillance video, has been found alive in Maryland.
Police say she had minor injuries, but is in good shape. A 37-year-old former Philadelphia resident has been arrested in connection with her abduction.
CNN's Jean Casarez has the latest.