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Car accidents are the leading cause of death in children. NBC News investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen and Dr. Oz reveal why you should never buckle a child wearing a winter jacket into a car seat.
NBC News investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen presents the results of the car seat crash test experiment. Then, Rossen explains what a flashover and retired firefighter Ray Cooney demonstrates how to escape a house fire.
Investigative reporter Jeff Rossen poses as Rob Reynolds, a fake reality TV producer, to demonstrate how unsuspecting individuals can be easily targeted, abducted, or worse.
Dr. Oz and crime correspondent Melissa Moore present the story of Cheryl Pierson, a 16-year-old teenager, who hired a hitman to kill her father, James Pierson. Moore weighs in on the crime and reveals why this case isn’t as simple as it seems.
Guest Cheryl Pierson Cuccio was sixteen years old when she hired her high school classmate to kill her father. She opens up to Dr. Oz about her motivation behind the crime.
Cheryl Cuccio, formerly known as Cheryl Pierson, discusses what led to her father’s murder. Plus, crime correspondent Melissa Moore weighs in on why victims may not speak up about their abuses.
When Sean Pica was sixteen years old, his classmate hired him to murder her father. Crime correspondent Melissa Moore shares his side of the story.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore reveals what happened to Sean Pica after he was jailed for the murder of James Pierson. Then, Dr. Oz shares his perspective on the Cuccio story.
What could possess a 16-year-old high school cheerleader to hire a hitman to kill her father? Then, from surviving major catastrophes to sniffing out scammers, our hidden camera social experiments will reveal life-saving tips.
Is coconut oil healthy or not? We’re holding a debate that will answer this question once and for all!