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A former police officer, Drew Peterson was convicted of murdering his third wife, Kathleen Savio. His fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, remains missing. Legal analysts Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams discuss what kind of person Drew Peterson is.
Legal analysts Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams discuss the circumstances surrounding the death of Kathleen Savio, Drew Peterson's third wife. Plus, they weigh in on the theory that Stacy Peterson, Drew Peterson's fourth wife, knew he killed Savio.
Stacy Peterson went missing in 2007 and her husband, Drew Peterson, is a suspect in her case. Legal analysts Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams discuss what they know about her disappearance.
You may think child marriages only occur abroad but an estimated 200,000 children under the age of 18 were married in the United States between 2000-2015. Guest Trevicia sits down with Dr. Oz to share her story as a 14-year-old child bride.
In 1983, guest Trevicia Williams was 14 years old and was forced by her mother to marry a 26-year-old man. She opens up about her story and describes the abuse she suffered as a child bride and the impact of her arranged marriage.
Guest Trevicia Williams was only 14 years old when she was forced into marriage to an abusive 26-year-old man. She reveals how she was able to get help and file for divorce when she was 17 years old.
Guest Trevicia Williams reveals how she overcame a forced child marriage to graduate from college, find a job, and even change the child marriage laws in Texas.
Unchained at Last is an organization committed to ending child marriages. Founder Fraidy Reiss shares her firsthand experience with child marriage and her message for lawmakers and parents.
Ex-cop Drew Peterson was convicted of killing his third wife while his fourth wife remains missing. Today, legal analysts Dan Abrams and Nancy Grace reveal chilling new details of the disappearance of Stacy Peterson. Could she still be alive?
Rotisserie, and even canned, chicken are making headlines for their low costs. But are you sacrificing health for convenience?