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INSIDE EDITION is the longest-running, top-rated and most honored daily newsmagazine in on-demand audio podcast format. Join award-winning Anchor Deborah Norville for a daily episode of the complete broadcast of the show that features hard-hitting investigations, exclusive newsmaker interviews, incisive human-interest stories, and behind-the-scenes coverage of the top national stories, as well as celebrity and pop culture features. With INSIDE EDITION, there’s always more to the story.



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Inside Edition for Tuesday, March 28, 2023

All of America is feeling the trauma of yet another deadly school shooting - this time in Nashville. Megan Alexander is in Nashville with a moment-by-moment account of how the take down of the shooter happened. And we may never know why this happened…but we know who did it. A 28-year-old who went to the Covenant School as a little girl. She became an artist, recently came out as transgender...and for some reason, carefully planned a deadly shooting. The pastor's daughter, her two classmates, the principal, the custodian and a substitute teacher were all victims of the latest senseless school shooting in America. Three were nine-year-old children - which is prompting parents across the country to post photos of their own little ones with the hashtag "this is nine years old." And the man who's become a hero to anyone who's had to deal with squatters on their property. He says when unauthorized individuals decided to move into his mom's unoccupied house…he turned the tables on them, and very firmly got them to leave.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 29
Inside Edition for Monday, March 27, 2023

“Our children deserve better,” was the reaction from First Lady Jill Biden and countless others to news of a mass shooting at a private Christian elementary school in Nashville. Three children and three adults are now dead. And so is the shooter, who according to authorities was a 28-year-old woman and a former student. And, Gwyneth Paltrow had her say. Now it’s the retired optometrist's turn. Terry Sanderson took the stand today recounting his version of the ski collision at the center of competing lawsuits. And no surprise, he completely contradicts what Ms. Paltrow said. Plus, he's starred in  and the latest Marvel movie. However, over the weekend actor Jonathan Majors was charged with assault, after a 30-year-old woman told cops he attacked her. As Les Trent reports, a lawyer for Majors says he's “innocent,” that he “did not assault” the woman and claims that the woman had recanted her accusation and that video evidence and witnesses support his account. And, it's the moment a TV meteorologist realizes the killer storm he's been tracking is barreling down on a populated area. And all he can do while on the air is pray that God will protect them. People in the small Mississippi town say the urgency in his voice helped saved lives. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 28
Inside Edition for Friday, March 24, 2023

It's a moment that transfixed a courtroom. The sister of a slain high school cheerleader drops stones into a glass, more than a hundred of them, to symbolize the 114 times her sister was stabbed. As Les Trent reports, today the judge handed down his sentence for the cheerleader's classmate. And proof there's still a lot of interest in the saga of double-murderer Alex Murdaugh and his family. An auction house just sold off the contents of the Murdaugh hunting lodge...and it was standing room only. Plus, you may have seen that video of a plane making an emergency landing on a New York beach. Now the pilot is speaking with Inside Edition about what happened. And while Gwyneth Paltrow is in court for her ski crash trial, her ex-husband Cold Play front man Chris Martin is making some news - revealing he only eats one meal a day. But is that healthy?   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 25
Inside Edition for Thursday, March 23, 2023

More chaos over whether or not former President Trump will be indicted. For the second day this week the grand jury canceled hearing evidence in the case. Trump has denied any wrongdoing. And it's family day at the Utah court where a jury is hearing the dispute over a skiing accident involving Gwyneth Paltrow and a retired optometrist. At issue is who skied into whom? Today the optometrist's daughter testified her dad just wasn't the same after the collision. Plus, the Colorado dentist accused of poisoning his wife to death was in court today…and now is officially charged with first degree murder. Also in court…the accused man's parents and several of his adult children. And a pizza guy is delivering lots of compassion along with pies. As Jim Moret explains, when the man saw an elderly woman had fallen, he jumped into action.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 24
Inside Edition for Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Former President Trump still thinks he's going to be criminally indicted in New York…and it still hasn't happened. The grand jury considering charges against Trump was supposed to reconvene today, but everything's on hold because at the last minute it was cancelled. Trump has denied any wrongdoing. And a scare for legendary Dick Van Dyke. Wet weather in Malibu caused him to lose control of his Lexus before smashing into a gate. But at age 97 many are asking if he's too old to drive? Plus, it may not have been the first time. That's the claim being made about the Colorado dentist accused of killing his wife by poisoning her protein shakes. The mother of six died last week, but as Ann Mercogliano reports, her sister alleges he also drugged her six years ago. And eight years after 19-year old Stephen Smith was found dead in the middle of a South Carolina highway…his death has been ruled a homicide. The family of Smith, a classmate of Buster Murdaugh, always had suspicions about how he died. Now local prosecutors officially do too.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 23
Inside Edition for Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Former President Trump predicted he would be arrested today, but it didn't happen. A grand jury will reconvene Wednesday to consider possible charges against Trump in connection with hush money allegedly paid to adult film star Stormy Daniels. This has many thinking an indictment is imminent. Trump's private jet is on the tarmac in Palm Beach is ready to bring him to New York. Trump has denied any wrongdoing. And, the possible indictment of the former president puts the spotlight back on the period when the Stormy Daniels scandal broke. But this time around her former chief of staff when she was first lady says don’t expect Melania Trump to be particularly supportive of her husband. Plus, Gwyneth Paltrow is in court defending herself against allegations that she crashed into a man while skiing leaving him terribly injured. Paltrow claims he actually skied into her and is now trying to take advantage of her wealth and celebrity. And, Colorado dentist is behind bars today, after being arrested and accused of killing his wife by poisoning her protein shakes. As Les Trent reports, police say the mother of six died from arsenic her husband bought on Amazon. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 21
Inside Edition for Monday, March 20, 2023

On the eve of what Donald Trump says will be his indictment in connection with allegedly paying hush money to adult film star Stormy Daniels, there are growing concerns over the possibility of violence from the former president's supporters. Although Trump has denied any wrongdoing, he is said to be quite anxious about the prospect of being arrested...should that come to pass. Steven Fabian reports. The FBI is now offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the rescue of an American mom and grandmother who was kidnapped in Mexico. As Jim Moret reports, she was abducted in early February, but her family's now sounding the alarm, hoping media attention will help find their mom. Plus, Buster Murdaugh the only surviving son of convicted murderer, Alex Murdaugh, is speaking out for the first time since his father was found guilty. He denies any involvement in his high school classmate’s death and he's saying "stop speculating about the long ago death.” There were always questions about the young man’s death -- and now that his remains are being exhumed, old rumors have taken on new life. And almost exactly three years ago, the world went into lockdown from Covid and plenty of people are still very skittish. Case in point: What do you do if a fellow passenger on a plane is coughing or sneezing like crazy?  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 21
Inside Edition for Friday, March 17, 2023

The double-amputee whose wheelchair was shoved down a flight of stairs inside a crowded bar is speaking out to Inside Edition. The 22-year-old says what happened was heartbreaking and questions whether the star college athlete was sincere when he initially apologized to her at the bar on the night of the incident. She spoke with our Alison Hall inside the bar where it all happened. And Heavy rains and flooding across the country has led to a serious problem - giant trees are being uprooted and coming down without warning. So how can you tell if a tree on your property is compromised? Plus, there's a twist in the Alex Murdaugh saga. Now that he's been found guilty of murdering his wife and son, the family of a young man who was classmates with Buster Murdaugh wants answers. Stephen Smith's death was ruled a hit and run, but was he really beaten to death? As the case is reopened, his family is now having his body exhumed. And it's a heart transplant for a beautiful baby boy! See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 18
Inside Edition for Thursday, March 16, 2023

At the height of the pandemic masks on planes were mandatory. Now it’s a personal choice, and this tech tycoon is being labeled, by some, a “creep” after he offered a woman sitting next to him in first class $100,000 dollars to take her mask off. Jim Moret tells us if the woman took him up on what some are calling an “indecent proposal.” And a big development today in the case of the Microsoft executive and father who was murdered after he stopped to move a tire that was left in the road. It has long believed to have been a hit his ex-wife’s husband is under arrest. The ex-wife denies having anything to do with his murder. Plus, it’s a big week for college drinking, Friday is St. Patrick's Day and spring break is getting into full swing. So there's a warning all parents need to hear. There's a new trend called BORG drinking which involves downing jugs of alcohol. And if you're a pet owner, you will find this next story upsetting. An elderly dog with failing eyesight broke out of her backyard and ended up at a shelter...where she was put down just three hours later.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 17
Inside Edition for Wednesday, March 15, 2023

We're learning more today about the former  contestant who police say is a murderer who shot his estranged wife. The story is especially shocking for this young woman who competed against the suspect on the game show…never thinking he would be at the center of such sinister headlines.  The accused’s attorney says her client maintains he is innocent and will plea not guilty. And Imagine watching airline workers spill your medication out into the trash. That's what happened to a frustrated Spirit Airlines passenger who accidentally left his carry-on bag at the check in counter. Spirit Airlines did not return our requests for comment but the passenger told us that Spirit told him it is investigating the incident and the workers have been suspended. Plus, as a lifeguard this guy's used to saving humans...but on this day it was a four legged swimmer in distress! And perhaps his little girl will end up nominated for an Oscar one day for best film score! At 10 she composes her own music...but she's also shy her mom stepped in. Now, people across the country are playing Olive's song. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 16
Inside Edition for Tuesday, March 14, 2023

He competed on  as his whole town cheered him on. However, his local hero status is over now that he's been arrested with cops calling him a murderer. They say he brutally killed his estranged wife by shooting her multiple times. And a scare at David Blaine's Vegas show as the illusionist jumped from 80 feet in the air and landed wrong, dislocating his shoulder. Lucky for him there was more than one doctor in the house who came to his aid, popping his shoulder back in place. All while the stunned audience watched. Plus, not long ago we told you about the guy being called a real-life MacGyver for inventively attaching his cell phone to a drone to call 911 after he got stuck in the snow. Until now we've never heard from the man himself - now he's speaking with Steven Fabian. And it's one of the most moving parts of the Oscars - the “In Memoriam” tribute remembering stars lost over the past year...but the family of late actor Paul Sorvino is not happy that he was left out. Yesterday we told you how his daughter, Oscar winner Mira Sorvino, was disappointed. Now Jim Moret speaks with his furious widow.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 15
Inside Edition for Monday, March 13, 2023

Despite no shocking onstage slap, it was still an Oscar night to remember. However, many are wondering if Angela Bassett went home miserable. She was up for best supporting actress and lost to Jamie Lee Curtis. And, while the whole crowd stood for Curtis, Bassett stayed seated. And there were quite a few moments that may have had you reaching for a tissue. From John Travolta remembering his  co-star, Olivia Newton John, to the historic wins for the stars of the night's biggest winner ‘.’ There was no shortage of raw emotion. And the Oscar fashion police have plenty to talk about. Lots of stars dazzled in white, but one little problem with the traditional red carpet being champagne colored this year. Some stars ended up blending right in - literally! Plus, two New York police officers met their match when they tried to subdue a strapping 6 foot - 182 pound former college lacrosse player. And as Steven Fabian reports, it didn't help that bystanders were cheering the suspect on. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 14
Inside Edition for Friday, March 10, 2023

Is the former president of the United States about to be criminally indicted? That appears to be the case based on an offer Donald Trump has received, inviting him to appear before a grand jury investigating the hush money paid years ago to adult film star Stormy Daniels. So how serious is this? Les Trent caught up with Donald Trump's former attorney who is now the key witness against him. And spring break is getting underway...but if you pick the wrong beach, you may find an uninvited guest! An algae bloom called red tide has made some vacation spots looking, well, kind of gross...with thousands of dead fish washing up as spring breakers hit the beach. And  is well into its 13th season...and the hosts, who tape the show in sunny LA, visited chilly New York and got a tour from our Les Trent. Plus, she was snatched from her bedroom and her miraculous homecoming nine months later gave hope to countless other families with missing children. Now 20 years later Elizabeth Smart is reflecting on the experience. Her abduction did have a happy ending - but it has also been a burden as she explained to Ann Mercogliano. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 11
Inside Edition for Thursday, March 9, 2023

She was Tiger Woods longtime girlfriend - credited with helping him recover from his near fatal car she's taking him to court alleging he tricked her into leaving their home and then locked her out. She also wants the non-disclosure agreement she signed nullified. Jim Moret has exclusive reaction from Rachel Uchitel - who was dubbed mistress number one during the cheating scandal that almost derailed Tiger's career more than a decade ago. And a development in the ambush of those four Americans in Mexico who traveled there, they say, so one could get a tummy tuck…two ended up dead. Now in an unprecedented move, the local drug cartel offered up five of its members along with a handwritten apology. Plus, she was the brunette on  alongside blonde Pamela Anderson- now Alexandra Paul is on trial accused of stealing - of all things - a live chicken! And a young woman’s neck was so tight she went to a chiropractor for an adjustment. Now her family wonders if she'll ever walk again. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 10
Inside Edition for Wednesday, March 8, 2023

Every year Mexico is a top spring break destination...but after the kidnapping and killing of two people…will vacationers be too scared to go there? The State Department has issued do not travel warnings for some parts of Mexico and warns to reconsider or use extreme caution for the most popular destinations. But will people go anyway? And the White House joined in the widespread condemnation of Fox News' Tucker Carlson today for his misleading portrayal of the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021. Despite the growing chorus condemning him, Carlson is remaining defiant. Plus, the winner of that historic Powerball jackpot just bought a breathtaking mansion in the Hollywood Hills - and its 25 million dollar price tag leaves plenty of left over cash! And it’s been years since Victoria’s Secret aired its iconic lingerie its back. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 09
Inside Edition for Tuesday, March 7, 2023

It could have been another tragedy in the air… but when a passenger allegedly tried to open an external door and stab a flight attendant, other passengers knew they had to spring into action. In a move that evoked memories of the passengers on September 11th who kept flight 93 from striking Washington, Steven Fabian says travelers kept this event from becoming a disaster. And medical tourism is not without its risks, and those risks are not limited to the procedures themselves. The nation learned today that the four Americans ambushed just over the border in Mexico had already been shot by the time this video was taken - leaving two of them dead and one injured. Plus, according to FBI crime data property crimes have decreased an average of 33% since 2010. Try telling that to anyone who's been the victim of a crime though, especially if the crime happened at their home. Jim Moret with a look at several robberies that happened… right in the victims’ driveways. Meantime, the lady who worked at this craft store refused to just stand by when she suspected a woman of shoplifting. She confronted the suspect about what was in her bag - wait until you see how much stuff was in there! See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 08
Inside Edition for Monday, March 06, 2023

She was home alone when she thought a rumble was an earthquake. Turns out the jolt happened when a car careened into the teens house. A car driven by former  star Pete Davidson with his new girlfriend in the passenger seat. As Jim Moret reports, he reportedly hit a fire hydrant before he hit the house. And, this is not a flight you want to be on -- with passengers literally screaming in panic as smoke fills the cabin. It happened just seconds after take-off as the Southwest plane bound for Fort Lauderdale struck a flock of birds leading to an emergency landing. As Steven Fabian reports, it’s just the latest scare in the air. Plus, when the now convicted killer, Alex Murdaugh, took the witness stand, he had a big job to do: explain away that video which proved he'd been lying about being at the scene of his wife and son's murders moments before the killings. Some jurors are now talking about the trial...and as Les Trent reports, they say it's that video that sealed his fate. And, Chris Rock clapped back at Will Smith over that headline making “Oscars Slap.” Throwing shade at the star in a live Netflix special over the weekend. The reviews are mostly good, with one critic saying 'it was the best take down ever!" See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 07
Inside Edition for Friday, March 3, 2023

Wearing a tan prison jumpsuit Alex Murdaugh was sentenced to life in prison the morning after the jury found him guilty of murdering his wife and son. It took jurors less than three hours to hand down their conviction. But what was it like inside the jury room? Les Trent has that and much more from South Carolina, including Murdaugh’s attorneys saying that Murdaugh will appeal the verdict. And Alex Murdaugh's dramatic fall from grace ends a legal dynasty that lasted for a century in South Carolina. So how did things go so wrong? Many point to Paul Murdaugh's drunken boat crash that left a teenage girl dead as the beginning of the end. Plus, we're now learning that actor Matthew McConaughey and his wife were onboard that Lufthansa flight that made an emergency landing after hitting severe turbulence. And it's the worst first date ever!  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 04
Inside Edition for Thursday, March 2, 2023

Enough already, that's pretty much the attitude of people in California who are still stuck, thanks to that record breaking snowfall. One resident is furious that she and thousands of others have been snowed in for a week now - unable to get food, supplies, and medication. And another bombshell in the Alex Murdaugh trial…a juror was tossed off the panel after officials say she'd been discussing the case with others. An alternate juror was seated in her place just in time for the defense to begin its final argument.  Alex Murdaugh has pleaded not guilty. Plus, he was the 24-year-old Orlando TV reporter gunned down at the scene of another murder he was covering. Today his fiancée spoke for the first time delivering some bittersweet news - after losing the love of her life, she's having his baby. And after a college softball player injured herself running the bases, other players stepped in and carried her over home plate - but not her teammates, as Ann Mercogliano tells us, they were players from the opposing team. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 03
Inside Edition for Wednesday, March 1, 2023

For more than a month the jury in the Alex Murdaugh murder trial has heard about the family hunting lodge where Maggie Murdaugh and her son Paul were gunned down. Today, they saw it for themselves, amidst incredibly tight security…the jurors were driven to the scene of the crime. This was the last bit of evidence before closing arguments. Alex Murdaugh has pleaded not guilty. And they said they wanted a life away from the royal spotlight, and now that’s apparently going to be even easier for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are confirming today that they've been asked to leave Frogmore Cottage at Windsor the rift in England’s royal family apparently gets even bigger. Plus, the director of the FBI now says the bureau believes Covid-19 most likely originated in a lab in China. It comes after it was revealed the Department of Energy reached the same conclusion. It's a debate that's been a political football from the beginning of the pandemic...and once again former White house Chief Medical Advisor Anthony Fauci is finding himself under fire. And it's something many strive for, a long and healthy life. Maybe we could learn a thing or two from these guys - the world's oldest living animals.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 02
Inside Edition for Tuesday, February 28, 2023

The unusual wintry weather in California continues to take its toll, especially on people who got caught by surprise by the snow. Inside Edition talks to some people who thought they were going to the mountains for just a couple of days, but they got snowed in, and now they're running out of food. And icy roads lead to a big scare for a pregnant Door Dash driver. When cops arrived on the scene she had one big concern…she wanted to make sure her delivery got there. Plus, disgraced attorney Alex Murdaugh testified he was sometimes taking 60 strong painkillers a day...which calculates to a 50,000 dollar a week drug habit. But is that really possible? Steven Fabian got insight from one of the nation's top addiction specialists Dr. Drew Pinsky. Alex Murdaugh has pleaded not guilty. And a driver ran a red light…and changed the lives of five ballet dancers forever. They had just left practice for their upcoming spring recital, when the crash left them with serious injuries. Now the question - will they ever dance again? See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 01
Inside Edition for Monday, February 27, 2023

Extreme weather continues to wallop much of the nation - with Californians dealing with something they're not used to - snow! With as much as 6 and a half feet in some places, the National Weather Service says it’s one of the worst storms to ever hit the Golden State. And for 500 students on a science trip... it's meant a much longer field trip than expected! And you may have seen video of the latest student attack that sent a teacher to the hospital. Well, now, the family of that teacher's aide is speaking out. Plus, raw emotion on  as a tearful Katy Perry went on a rant about school shootings in America. It was sparked by one of the contestants, a school shooting survivor, whose eight classmates and two teachers were massacred five years ago. They call it the school shooting America forgot. And bombshell testimony at the Alex Murdaugh double murder trial as his brother is called to the stand fighting back tears talking about cleaning up the crime scene - which he said was the hardest thing he's been through. Alex Murdaugh has pleaded not guilty. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 28
Inside Edition for Friday, February 24, 2023

It was a deadly DWI crash that killed a dad out with his family. And when the intoxicated driver tried to flee the scene, he didn't get very far...thanks to a fast-moving witness. And High-tension at the Alex Murdaugh double murder trial as the disgraced attorney was back on the stand being pummeled by the prosecutor - portraying him as a drug addict, a thief, and a liar...but most of all, a murderer. Les Trent has all the courtroom fireworks. Alex Murdaugh has pleaded not guilty. Plus, today marks exactly one year since Russia invaded Ukraine, and iconic buildings around the world are lit up in tribute as Ukrainian President Zelenskyy vows to keep fighting until victory. And she's the most followed woman on Instagram...but Selena Gomez is taking a break. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 25
Inside Edition for Thursday, February 23, 2023

A high stakes gamble in the double-murder trial of Alex Murdaugh, as the disgraced attorney takes the stand in his own defense in front of a jam-packed courtroom. Murdaugh began his testimony admitting he lied to investigators about where he was just minutes before the killings - blaming his drug addiction. But as Les Trent reports, he also said he would never intentionally hurt his wife and son. And three people were killed in Orlando, including a nine-year-old girl and a TV reporter who was fatally shot while on the scene. The 24-year-old journalist is being remembered as a talented and motivated professional living his dream of covering the news. Plus, it’s the alternately hilarious and gory new movie called , about a bear that eats a drug smugglers cocaine and goes crazy. Sounds wacky...but it really happened. And there are over 1,800 Cinnabon bakeries worldwide and people just love their cinnamon rolls. But how are they made? To find out, Deborah Norville became a Cinnabon baker for a day.    See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 24
Inside Edition for Wednesday, February 22, 2023

Just days after a special grand jury recommended indictments in connection with Donald Trump's alleged efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 Presidential Election in Georgia, there's concern the forewoman of that grand jury could jeopardize the case. As les Trent reports, she's been talking to the press…and that may not have been a good idea. And Don Lemon was back on CNN this morning…and while he didn't address his controversial sexist remarks on the air. Moments earlier he tweeted out another apology. Plus, they were supposed to be the stars of their wedding after party - but no one saw the bride or groom! Why? Turns out they were trapped in the elevator! And she gave birth a month ago...but Meghan McCain says she's being urged by people around her to use the diabetes drug Ozempic to lose the baby weight. She spoke with Ann Mercogliano. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 23
Inside Edition for Tuesday, February 21, 2023

He's the only surviving son of Alex Murdaugh…but could he also be his dad's best hope for staying out of prison. Buster Murdaugh took the witness stand today, talking about those heartbreaking moments after he learned his brother and mother had been murdered. Alex Murdaugh has pleaded not guilty. And, CNN's Don Lemon was still off the air today - following those sexists comments he made last week about women in their prime. The network says he's spending the day undergoing sensitivity training and tomorrow will be back at the news desk. Plus, we now know the identity of the elderly woman in Florida who was attacked and killed by an 11 foot alligator while out walking her dog. The information comes as residents who live nearby are being warned to stay away from the water while out with their pets. And, it was a scary situation for the parents of this toddler. They accidentally locked themselves out of their apartment with their son inside. They couldn't find a locksmith, no one at the building was they called 911. The deputies told them this wasn't an emergency. Les Trent tells us what happened next. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 22
Inside Edition for Monday, February 20, 2023

It was a stunning scene, President Biden with Ukraine's President Zelenskyy together in an active warzone, with air raid sirens sounding as they walked about. Biden's surprise visit comes just days before the first anniversary of Russia's illegal invasion of Ukraine - and no one knew he was going until he arrived in Kyiv. Les Trent with more on how they pulled off the trip which was shrouded in secrecy. And it looked like a scene from  in downtown Austin…where for five hours several cars were engaged in street racing and doing donuts. Police were outnumbered and forced to retreat, but not before at least one officer was wounded and several cop cars were damaged. Plus, there were deadly crashes involving Teslas over the weekend on both coasts. In California, the driver of a Tesla died after crashing into a firetruck. While in Long Island, New York, four people were killed in an apparent head-on crash involving a Tesla. In both incidents, investigators are trying to determine if the autopilot feature was on. The deaths come as an increasing number of people, who appear to be snoozing behind the Tesla wheel, are caught on camera. Tesla's instruction manual states that before enabling autopilot you must agree to keep your hands on the steering wheel at all times and to always maintain control and responsibility for your car. And a star is born in the NBA, and his name is Mac. Mac McClung crushed it in this weekend’s NBA Slam Dunk contest. But to be in the contest…you have to be in the NBA. And for Mac, that literally just happened.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 21
Inside Edition for Friday, February 17, 2023

President Biden says those three objects shot down in the wake of that Chinese spy balloon, were not surveillance devices…and we may now know what one of them was. A group of hobbyists says a balloon they launched and were tracking disappeared in about the same place and time. If that’s the case, as Steven Fabian reports, the government may have used an F-22 to take down a $12 balloon. And yesterday we introduced you to the woman who fought off an attacker because she was in such terrific shape. Now she's inspiring women across the country to learn how to fight back. Plus, it's been called the cruelest disease you've never heard of...but now that Bruce Willis has gone public with his diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia or FTD, a lot of people now know about it. Jim Moret spoke with a man also living with the brain disorder who has a message for Bruce Willis. And is the water safe to drink? That's the key thing residents near the site of that derailment on the Ohio-Pennsylvania border say they want to know. The governor of Ohio says their tests say it is...but as Les Trent reports, disgusting things are being spotted in the local creek. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 18
Inside Edition for Thursday, February 16, 2023

She was working out in the gym in her building when a man knocked on the door. She let him in, then he attacked her, but he messed with the wrong woman. She's in such great shape she was able to fight him for so long, he gave up...and she escaped. And Ryan Seacrest will get to sleep in a bit longer soon. He announced today that he's stepping away from his role as cohost on His successor will be someone Kelly Ripa is very close to. Plus, At 80, Joe Biden is the oldest president to serve in office…and today he had his annual physical with the White House saying they will make the results public. Meantime, newly declared presidential hopeful Nikki Haley is clearly making age an issue in the campaign. And we've learned more about how Maggie Murdaugh died…and it was torture. In a graphic courtroom demonstration, a crime scene expert described how first she witnessed the death of her son, then she was wounded several times before the fatal shot was delivered. Alex Murdaugh has pled not guilty. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 17
Inside Edition for Wednesday, February 15, 2023

When Raquel Welch put on a fur bikini for a dinosaur flick, she thought she’d get a pay check and move on. Instead, it made her an overnight sex symbol, a title that stayed with her throughout her career. Now she has passed away at 82…the news was unexpected since there had been no word of her being in failing health. And a candlelight vigil was held last night as mourners gathered to remember those lost in the campus shooting at Michigan State University. Across the country people are on edge, as this was the 71st mass shooting so far this year. Plus, CPR saves lives. However, when it’s a baby that needs resuscitation, the technique is different. As Ann Mercogliano reports, it made all the difference when police were called to save an infant who'd stopped breathing. And nearly two weeks after a freight train derailed spilling gallons of toxic chemicals in a small town in Ohio, residents are being allowed to return to their homes. But they are understandably worried.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 16