BahVideo.com
Preview: The One Who Got Away
Preview The One Who Got Away | BahVideo.com
Watch Preview: The One Who Got Away

Preview: The One Who Got Away

0 of 5 Stars
A young woman accepts a ride from a kind stranger who is really a serial killer. "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Susan Spencer reports Saturday, July 23 at 10/9c.
Channel: CBS News
Video Length: 0
Date Found: July 20, 2011
Category: News
Date Produced: July 19, 2011
View Count: 0
Flag
Related Videos
Watch this week’s What's Trending Live show | BahVideo.com
CBS News

Watch this week’s What's Trending Live show

0 of 5 Stars
July 20, 2011
Comic book creator Stan Lee talks the future of the medium in the digital age. Panelists Zachary Levi, from NBC’s "Chuck," and "Attack of the Show" host Kevin Pereira discuss Spotify. Jim Lee from DC Comics talks Comic Con. (July 19, 2011)
Spotify changes the US music game: Trending Now | BahVideo.com
CBS News

Spotify changes the US music game: Trending Now

0 of 5 Stars
July 20, 2011
The U.S. launch of Spotify is still on music lovers' minds. Join Zachary Levi, from NBC’s "Chuck," and "Attack of the Show" host Kevin Pereira as they discuss this Trending Now topic as well as other top news of the week. (July 19, 2011)
Evening News Online,  07.19.11 | BahVideo.com
CBS News

Evening News Online, 07.19.11

0 of 5 Stars
July 20, 2011
Tuesday: Rupert Murdoch testifies before Parliament on the hacking scandal that brought down "News of the World;" Also, President Obama’s new found optimism in the Gang of Six's comprehensive debt reform plan; And, retired NFL players are pushing for pension plans.
Apartment buildings boost home construction industry | BahVideo.com
CBS News

Apartment buildings boost home construction industry

0 of 5 Stars
July 20, 2011
After a long slump, the home construction industry may be showing signs of life. But as Bill Whitaker reports, the real growth was found in apartment construction.
Retired NFL players push for pension plan | BahVideo.com
CBS News

Retired NFL players push for pension plan

0 of 5 Stars
July 20, 2011
One settlement left on the table in the new NFL contracts is a plan to create a nearly $1 billion pension and health fund for the thousands of retired players who left the game with serious health problems, and little or no money to live on. John Blackstone reports.
: advertisement :
Featured
Content
Featuring websites that enhance the internet user’s experience.

Like
Like