Recent reports from ‘Dateline NBC’
An attractive nurse, Sherri Rasmussen, is murdered in her own home in 1986. There are few clues, except one: a bite mark containing saliva found on Sherri's arm. But it's of little use because DNA testing is not yet available.
'Apps act' would make privacy disclosure a must
With more than 1.5 million apps now available for Android phones and Apple's iPhone, a congressman is proposing a law that would require mobile app developers to let users know what an app's privacy policies are when it comes to information being shared and the length of time the information is kept by a developer.
Video: Crime & courts
The latest stunner in the Jodi Arias trial
After months of evidence, arguments, and testimony, NBC’s Diana Alvear reports that the jury in the Jodi Arias trial was still deadlocked on whether she should get the death penalty. Richard Gabriel from the American Society of Trial Consultants joins The Cycle to discuss where a group of impartial jurors can even be found, and whether it’s harder for people to decide on giving a woman the death penalty.
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