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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 Monday, April 1, 2024

Not even extreme wealth can put a stop to what seems like an epidemic of people squatting in houses. In Beverly Hills, people who live near a mansion where they say squatters have moved in are beside themselves over what's been going on there. The people living in the house say they have a lease and have a right to live there. And the Coast Guard is working to open a temporary channel leading to the port of Baltimore as crews continue to remove the wreckage from that deadly cargo ship crash. The White House today said President Biden will visit the collapsed bridge on Friday…the announcement coming just after he and former President Trump celebrated Easter. Plus, the number of women being sucker punched on the streets of New York is growing...and the woman who was hit so hard she needed her mouth wired shut feels like she was sucker punched again. This time by the system. As Alison Hall reports, the suspect, who has pleaded not guilty, has been released...without bail. And when you take a cruise, the rules are crystal clear. The ship sails at a set time and boarding closes before the vessel departs. Well one group didn’t get back from their excursion on time and they were left behind on a small island off of Africa!  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Apr 02
Inside Edition for Friday, March 29, 2024

Gypsy Rose Blanchard became a media darling when she was released from prison after serving more than eight years for plotting to murder her abusive mother. Millions rooted for her as she found love and got married. However, just months later, she's now separated from her husband. And these women were all sucker punched by a strangers on the streets of New York. We've told you how there's been an epidemic of these random attacks…now for the first time we've brought together some of the victims. They didn't know each other before today...but as Alison Hall reports, they now share a bond. Plus, he made history as the first Black man to win an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal as a tough as nails Marine drill sergeant in . Now groundbreaking actor Louis Gossett Jr. has died at age 87.   And polls show more than half of the entire population is scared of snakes. However, this lady isn't one of them. She's been dubbed the “python huntress” as she searches for the slithering reptiles in the Florida Everglades. She says there’s a very important reason why she hunts the snakes.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 30
Inside Edition for Thursday, March 28, 2024

In what's being called an epidemic of random attacks, more and more women are coming forward to say they were sucker punched out of nowhere on the streets of New York. If you need to know how serious it is – one woman was hit so hard her mouth had to be wired shut. And a father is called to the scene of a horrific car crash where his daughter was behind the wheel. She had struck the guard rail that impaled the car through the windshield...but where was his daughter? As Jim Moret tells us…if you don't already believe in miracles this may change your mind. Plus, Sean Diddy Combs the embattled music mogul has been in hiding since his homes in Florida and California were raided as part of a human trafficking investigation. While he's keeping a very low profile, more people are coming forward to say they had upsetting experiences with Combs. Combs denies all allegations of wrong doing. And Easter is Sunday and when you fill your basket with candy you may be in for a bitter sweet surprise. With chocolate eggs and bunnies more expensive than ever this year, we've got some ideas on how to make Easter more affordable.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 29
Inside Edition for Wednesday, March 27, 2024

Divers returned to the site of the collapsed bridge in Baltimore this morning after challenging conditions overnight hampered the recovery of the six workers who are now presumed dead. Steven Fabian is in Baltimore reporting on whether the disaster is having a big impact on Americans who suffer from a debilitating fear of driving over bridges. And swatting is on the rise with an estimated 1,000 incidents each year. Sending police to a home where there's no emergency is a form of domestic terrorism and when it happened to one couple...the husband's main concern was for his wife's safety. Plus, Sean Diddy Combs is one of the wealthiest musicians in the world with an estimated billion dollar fortune. However, the future of his empire is uncertain after the FBI raided his mansions in Florida and California in connection with a human trafficking investigation. Now for the first time we are seeing video from inside his Los Angeles mansion after the raid. Combs has denied all allegations of wrongdoing. And a recent survey found that nine in 10 Americans spring clean their homes. So we've got some tips that will have you saying, “I didn't know that!” See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 28
Inside Edition for Tuesday, March 26, 2024

It will be months before auto or shipping traffic is back to normal in Baltimore following the overnight accident in which a cargo ship hit a bridge piling sending the structure, and the highway it held, plummeting into the water. Now, we're getting a moment-by-moment account of how the crew of more than 20 reportedly tried to desperately put the ship in reverse before disaster struck. Steven Fabian is in Baltimore with the latest. And there's big reaction to the news of those simultaneous raids on homes in Florida and California connected to music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs. However, at the same time the raids were taking place, Combs was spotted pacing at an airport. But where was he going? Plus a woman took to TikTok to tell a harrowing tale...she says she was walking down a New York City street when a man punched her in the face causing her to black out. But what really shocked her is after she posted the video, several other women said it also happened to the same neighborhood. And when Ozempic was first used for diabetes treatment, a side effect turned out to be weight loss. Now that the drug is being used for weight loss, some women who'd had trouble getting pregnant, no longer do.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 27
Inside Edition for Monday, March 25, 2024

As Princess Catherine continues her treatment since announcing her cancer diagnosis, she's spending much of her time at what's being called her sanctuary. It's a ten bedroom country house that was given to Kate and William as a wedding present by the queen. It's hours away from London and sits on 20 thousand acres to keep the paparazzi far away. And Russia is blaming Ukraine for that deadly attack at a Moscow concert hall that left 137 people dead...but U.S. intelligence shows the Islamic State was responsible. Eleven years ago, Inside Edition was inside that concert hall, covering Donald Trump's Miss Universe contest. Plus, Senator Katie Britt tells us Junior Miss had a tremendous impact on her life...instilling her the confidence she needed to speak up for what she believes in. Without the opportunity, she believes she wouldn't have become the first woman from Alabama elected to the U.S. Senate. And when the news is frightening, as Princess Catherine stressed, it's not easy to tell the kids. Les Trent spoke with an expert on the best way to break difficult news. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 26
Inside Edition for Friday, March 22, 2024

After weeks of rumors and conspiracy theories about her health and whereabouts, we now know Kate Middleton has cancer. In a stunning video, the future queen explained to the world that after she had abdominal surgery in January, doctors found cancer. And the news the family of the college student who disappeared in Nashville had been dreading. Today, authorities confirmed a body pulled from a river was indeed Riley Strain. He got separated from his fraternity brothers as he left a bar intoxicated and somehow ended up in the water. Megan Alexander is in Nashville with the latest. Plus, Carlee Russell made national news for faking her own kidnapping. After a massive search, Russell reappeared telling cops she had been abducted and held against her will - but it was all a lie. Now, the 25-year-old nursing student is in court to learn her fate. And you could hear March Madness brackets falling apart across the country as the Duquesne Dukes won their first NCAA tournament in 55 years! There's lots more court action this weekend, with more than 30 games happening across the country...and if your husband is one of the millions glued to the TV - you may need our survival guide for March Madness widows.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 23
Inside Edition for Thursday, March 21, 2024

Time is running out for former President Trump to come up with the 464 million dollar bond he needs to pay in connection with his civil fraud case. If he doesn't, will he declare bankruptcy or sell prime real estate? As Steven Fabian reports, Donald Trump’s critics are reveling in the thought of seeing chains on Trump Tower. And Oprah Winfrey stopped by pal Gayle King's CNN show last night and King's co-host, basketball legend Charles Barkley, made an admission - he's taking a weight loss drug, too. But thanks to the crazy demand, as Les Trent tells us, he's struggling to get his prescription filled. Plus, It got big laughs more than 30 years ago - Sharon Stone on  being ogled by airport security agents. However, in the “Me Too” era, it has not aged well...and comedian Dana Carvey is apologizing. And a woman bought a sparkly dress at her local Goodwill for just $15 and it turns out it was made by Jackie Kennedy's personal designer. Ann Mercogliano has more on her amazing find. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 22
Inside Edition for Wednesday, March 20, 2024

On the heels of Princess Kate’s photoshop debacle comes more drama. The hospital where the princess had abdominal surgery has launched an investigation over claims staff members attempted to access her private medical records. It's being called a major security breach. The news comes as the man who shot the video seen around the world of Kate at a farmer's market sits down for his first interview. And who doesn't remember the  - the mischief making gang was a staple of children’s television in the 50s, and remains a pop culture phenomenon today. Now, the name is actually being used by the FBI to describe a trio of kid bank robbers. As Steven Fabian reports, one is just 11-years-old. Plus, Taylor Swift's boyfriend, Travis Kelce, has already hosted ...but he may have more TV time in his future. Word is he's close to inking a deal to host a reboot of the popular game show, ? And when a pilot decided to retire after 33 years, he threw quite the party! Spending an entire year's salary to fly more than 100 of his closest friends and family on a dream vacation to Hawaii. As Les Trent reports, this pilot's sign-off was a celebration to remember. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 21
Inside Edition for Tuesday, March 19, 2024

It's an indicator of just how damaged the credibility is of Britain’s royal family. No doubt you saw that video of Princess Kate at a farmers market with her husband Prince William. Was it real or did the palace put out another fake? Les Trent says the man who shot the video is speaking out saying, it was really Kate. And over the course of his business life, Donald Trump has filed more than 3,500 lawsuits. Yesterday, he filed another one…this time against ABC News and George Stephanopoulos. The former president says the anchorman defamed him when he said Trump had been found liable for raping E. Jean Carroll. Plus, authorities say a man shot and killed a state police officer who'd stopped to give him a hand with a flat tire. The suspect might still be at large if not for a store clerk who'd seen coverage of the killing and bravely helped bring him to justice. Still concerned for her family's safety, she agreed to speak with Steven Fabian in disguise. And last night's Oprah Winfrey’s primetime special on weight loss aimed to take the shame out of using drugs to shed pounds. Today more and more people are taking to social media confessing to using medication to lose weight. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 20
Inside Edition for Monday, March 18, 2024

It's now been ten days since college student Riley Strain went missing during a night out in Nashville. While officials haven't yet found the college senior, they do have an important clue - which has just been found by a citizen sleuth. And when Donald Trump critiqued Jimmy Kimmel during Oscar night, the comic didn't hesitate to share the comment during the awards show. The former president's still got things to say about Kimmel. Plus, Miami Beach's efforts at cracking down on spring break appears to be working. However, that apparently just means that a lot of the chaos and craziness has moved north up the beach.  And an estimated $2.7 billion will be legally bet on the NCAA Basketball Tournament - which means a lot of people are filling out their brackets.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 19
Inside Edition for Friday, March 15, 2024

The new movie civil war starring Kirsten Dunst premiered last night at the South by Southwest festival in Austin. The action packed film about a torn apart America is getting a big reaction...with many saying with the current political climate it's not that far-fetched. Steven Fabian reports. And an important ruling in the elections interference case involving former President Trump in Georgia. A judge today ruled District Attorney Fani Willis can remain in charge of the case - only if the attorney she hired, who is also her ex-boyfriend, goes. However, the judge says Willis showed a "tremendous lapse in judgment.” Plus, actress Olivia Munn's breast cancer diagnosis continues to be a wake-up call for women. Now, we're speaking with her doctor about why she felt Munn was at higher risk for the disease. And a number of former child stars are coming forward to share uncomfortable experiences they say they endured as kids. As Les Trent reports, they say they were living the dark side of kids’ TV.    See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 16
Inside Edition for Thursday, March 14, 2024

Life can change in the blink of an eye…and for the parents of the little girl who died when a sand hole collapsed on her, they can hardly believe how quickly tragedy struck their family. They're now talking about their horrible loss. And yesterday when we reported on actress Olivia Munn’s shocking case of breast cancer, we shared that her doctor had given her what's called a “breast cancer risk assessment” test. Her results warranted closed examination which is what detected her fast growing cancer. Understandably - everyone wants to know exactly what that test is. Plus, she was the quintessential beach girl…on the cover of the  issue multiple times. Now Christie Brinkley's revealing she's got skin cancer. Ann Mercogliano on the warning she's sharing. And she was mercilessly lampooned on . Now the senator who was mocked for her response to the State of the Union speech is giving her critique. Steven Fabian with what she had to say. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 15
Inside Edition for Wednesday, March 13, 2024

We've heard about the crackdown on spring breakers…now the search is on for a college senior who's been missing after he was reportedly asked to leave a honkytonk on the strip in Nashville. He was last seen Friday night on surveillance footage, stumbling as he walked down the sidewalk. Now his anxious parents are talking to Les Trent about the search. And it's a social media staple for more than 170 million Americans…but TikTok's future is looking uncertain now that the House of Representatives has passed a ban on the Chinese owned app. It now heads to the Senate where it faces a more uncertain fate - and an army of young TikTok users are inundating their senators - at TikTok's suggestion - urging them to save the app. Plus, first he was fired by CNN, now's he's been let go by Elon Musk - even before his show appears on X. Don Lemon says his first guest was supposed to be Musk himself, but after the interview, Musk cancelled his show. Lemon says the interview will still be posted on YouTube. And she got her start on  with Jon Stewart and went on to star in . Now, just days after wowing on the Oscar red carpet, Olivia Munn is revealing she's battling breast cancer.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 14
Inside Edition for Tuesday. March 12, 2024

20 years ago Scott Peterson was convicted of killing his wife Laci and their unborn son. He has always proclaimed his innocence and now he has a powerful ally. The LA Innocence Project has taken up his case and is calling for a new trial. As Les Trent reports, today Peterson was back in court. And more than 19 million people tuned in for Sunday night's Oscars…the highest in four years. As Jim Moret reports, we're learning more about the drama that went on behind-the-scenes. Plus, a man was hiking in Hawaii when he came upon an emaciated dog, stuck near a 1,000 foot peak. The dog was too weak to make it down on its the hiker carried her. Les Trent on saving a pup named Stevie. And the man who was attacked by a crocodile and lived to tell the tale. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 13
Inside Edition for Monday, March 11, 2024

Even though the Oscars were scheduled to start an hour early this year, they were still late. Organizers thought they'd prepared for any interruptions. However, demonstrators still gummed up the works and the telecast started five minutes late. Jim Moret has a look at the drama you didn't see on TV. And most people wait until after the show for their reviews…but Jimmy Kimmel was critiqued in real time by the former president. Donald Trump posted on social media that Kimmel was "the worst host ever." Kimmel didn't waste a moment to share the review. Plus, it was the photo that was meant to quell the speculation about Princess Kate's post operative condition. Instead it caused an uproar that prompted prominent news agencies to pull this photo of Kate and her children from circulation. Editors determined it had been doctored - and this morning, Les Trent reports the princess admitted, she had edited it. And silverback gorillas are considered the top of the animal kingdom, incredibly strong and hugely territorial…and two Texas zookeepers nearly found out the hard way how true that is. Steven Fabian with video that has mouths dropping across the country. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 12
Inside Edition for Friday, March 8, 2024

President Biden was fired up during his final State of the Union before the 2024 election and despite Republicans being told to behave...conservative firebrand Marjorie Taylor Green couldn't hold back - decked out in a red “Make America Great Again: cap - she heckled the president from her seat. And like kids across America - when it was recess time at elementary school an adorable eight-year-old went to the playground. Then tragedy, as his parents say he fell from a slide, hitting the hard ground below, causing his death. Playground slides are used safely every day, which makes this all the more shocking. Steven Fabian reports. Plus, police are patrolling Miami’s South Beach on ATVs as spring break gets into full swing. We've told you how authorities are trying to keep crime down with a clever PSA saying Miami was breaking up with spring they should stay away. But is it working? Ann Mercogliano finds out first hand. And it’s the thing of find out you won big in the lottery…but you can't find the ticket! As Jim Moret reports, it really just happened. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 09
Inside Edition for Thursday, March 7, 2024

She made it! Cole Brauer is now officially the first American woman to race solo around the world. The five’ two” powerhouse sailed 30,000 miles over 130 days. So how did she celebrate making history? With a champagne shower! And we told you how basketball legend Charles Barkley threatened to punch any Black person he saw wearing a shirt with Donald Trump's mug shot on it. Well, he's not backing down. Plus, a three-year-old boy crawled out of a window while at his grandmother's house leading to a desperate search…every second counted since the toddler was wearing only a diaper. And if you've been on social media there's a good chance you've seen this lady. Her TikTok series “Who Did I Marry,” about her failed marriage, is a major sensation. Now she's speaking with Jim Moret. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 08
Inside Edition for Wednesday, March 6, 2024

She stayed in as long as she could but today Nikki Haley officially suspended her presidential campaign…without endorsing Donald Trump. Meantime, Trump supporters celebrated his Super Tuesday wins with a blowout party at Mar-a-Lago. But the question many are asking is - where was Melania? And if inflation at the supermarket wasn't bad enough, there's also shrinkflation - where companies give you less product for the same price. And that's even got Cookie Monster worked up. Plus, it's one of the most iconic photos of all time, a sailor kissing a total stranger, a nurse in Times Square celebrating the end of World War II. Now, there's outrage over a request to have it banned from the Department of Veterans Affairs in our Nation’s Capital because...that 70 year old kiss was not consensual. And a woman got quite the shock when she picked up her groceries left outside her door...and she noticed something horrifying. Someone had drawn what looked like a swastika on her box of seltzer…and what really got her shaking was when she checked her security camera and it was her neighbor who happens to be a former pastor.   See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 07
Inside Edition for Tuesday, March 5, 2024

March is when spring break happens and millions of students head to Florida for vacation. However, they may want to think twice about heading to Miami Beach. The city's just put out an announcement telling spring breakers - "we're breaking up with you." And these days when there's a big public event, there are usually protesters nearby. Picketers caused such delays at the Grammys that some artists almost missed their awards. So organizers of this weekend's Oscars are taking no chances. Jim Moret looks at the barrier being created to keep the Oscars conflict free. Plus, a deadly auto crash left two children dead when a car hit the horse and buggy they were in. Cops say a woman confessed to being behind the wheel - but they say she wasn't the driver. They say she switched places with her identical twin. And she's a single mom taking a trip by plane with her son…and when they landed, she was stopped by police who say they were alerted to a possible human trafficking situation. Les Trent talked with the mom who was wrongly accused and is understandably furious about what she and her four-year-old went through. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 06
Inside Edition for Monday, March 4, 2024

If seven feet of snow's not enough…more snow is on the way to Northern California which is already dealing with record snow, and winds from a storm that hit over the Sierra Nevada over the weekend. About 100 miles of the main interstate through the area was closed and people were literally snowed in, including a man who kept his own blizzard video diary. And it's been more than six weeks since Princess Kate had abdominal surgery and she is still weeks away from resuming her public duties. Now we're seeing the first photo of the princess since her release from the hospital. Plus, she's about to sail into the record books as the first American woman to sail solo around the world. And what a voyage it’s been…she spoke via satellite with our Ann Mercogliano. And he's been in the spotlight lately thanks to his brother dating Taylor Swift...and today Jason Kelce was front and center as he made a tearful announcement that after 13 years with the Philadelphia Eagles, he's ready to hang up his helmet. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 05
Inside Edition for Friday, March 1, 2024

It’s supposed to be the easiest and most convenient way to see a doctor - heading to your local Urgent Care. However, one couple who went to get help for the flu - ended up with a different kind of emergency. Les Trent explains. And she's the Connecticut mom who disappeared five years ago...her estranged husband was the prime suspect when he committed suicide. Now, his girlfriend has been found guilty of helping him cover up the crime. She was so devastated upon hearing the verdict she broke into tears, unable to even lift up her head. Plus, a 75-year-old man came out of retirement to take a job as a substitute teacher. Then he ended up being assaulted by a 6’ 2” – 280 pound student! As Ann Mercogliano reports, the teacher wants to press charges...but so far no arrest. And family and friends, as well as fellow nursing students of slain Laken Riley said their final goodbyes today as she was laid to rest. Her murder on the campus of the University of Georgia has become a political hot potato since the suspect is an illegal migrant. However, today that was put aside to remember a life so full of promise cut short. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 02
Inside Edition for Thursday, February 29, 2024

For more than a decade, Oprah Winfrey has been part of Weight Watchers as a spokesperson, shareholder and board director. However, on the heels of admitting she used a weight loss drug, she's stepping away from the board - and the news absolutely tanked the company's stock. And there's a new player in the NHL who's making more headlines for cantankerousness than his puck handling. He's gotten into so many fights, he's spent more time in the penalty box than on the ice. Plus, is it possible that what we thought we knew about that catastrophic explosion of the submersible visiting the Titanic was all wrong, and the five people on board didn't die instantly as was first believed? New audio has just been released...and on it you can clearly hear what sounds like banging every 30 minutes. Steven Fabian on the horrifying possibility this raises. And if it's your birthday today it's not something you get to celebrate very often, since Leap Year only rolls around every four years. Inside Edition meets some of the folks they call “Leaplings.” See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mar 01
Inside Edition for Wednesday, February 28, 2024

It's a family's worst nightmare. A five-year-old girl wandered away from home into an alligator infested swamp in Florida. Night was beginning to fall and sheriff’s deputies were called to launch a search. Incredibly, the little girl was found. Les Trent has details. And President Biden headed off for his annual physical - something all presidents do every year. However, given the emphasis on Mr. Biden's age in an election year, the routine physical is anything but routine. As Steven Fabian reports, when it was over Biden joked about what the doctor's told him. Plus, she's the teen who was traumatized twice. First, when she says she was raped when she was only 16…then again when the judge reversed her assailants conviction - setting him free. Now that judge has been removed from the bench - and she tells Ann Mercogliano she feels vindicated. And he's a college swimmer who got a little too excited too soon - celebrating his win before the other swimmer's finished. And he ended up disqualified. Now his teammate who was named the official winner says the disqualification is the dumbest thing ever. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 29
Inside Edition for Thursday, February 27, 2024

The murder of a nursing student on the campus of the University of Georgia while she was jogging alone continues to be a wakeup call for women across the country to be extra vigilant. Now this woman has come forward to say she too was attacked while out on a trail alone...thankfully, she was able to scream for help and fight off her attacker. And as the biggest pop star in the world, Taylor Swift is used to being mobbed…but when one photographer got too close, it wasn't a bodyguard who stepped in. It was Taylor's he's being accused of assault. Plus, you've probably heard how the military was tracking a balloon as it floated across the western part of the country last week. Initially, the worry was it was another balloon from only Inside Edition can reveal who sent up the balloon and where it’s in the sky today. And California's Death Valley is the hottest and driest place on Earth. But now it has a big lake! So what's going on? Jim Moret went there to find out. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 28
Inside Edition for Monday, February 26, 2024

College campuses are on edge after news of yet another student murdered. This time it's a freshman at a University in Kentucky who was allegedly strangled by a star wrestler at the school. The news comes just days after a nursing student was found murdered in Georgia. As Steven Fabian reports rising crime has students and parents across the country feeling jittery.  And big reaction to the death of the most famous owl in America. After flying the coop at the Central Park Zoo…Flaco started popping up on apartment window sills all over town. Now there are questions over exactly how the famous bird met his end. Ann Mercogliano has more and we warn you some of the video may be upsetting for younger viewers. Plus, Taylor Swift just wrapped up seven sold out shows in Australia. Boyfriend Travis Kelce had jetted Down Under to be by her side...however, after just 48 hours he flew back to the U.S. where he wasn't exactly pining for Taylor. And who's the famous actress causing controversy in a corset? See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 27
Inside Edition for Friday, February 23, 2024

Horror on the campus of the University of the body of a nursing student was found after she went out for a morning jog and never returned. A person of interest is in custody being questioned. As Ann Mercogliano reports, the murder has sent shockwaves across the nation. And they've never exactly been best buds - but the war of words between late night host Jimmy Kimmel and former President Trump is escalating. When Kimmel said he was contemplating retirement Trump pounced. Plus, there's major fallout from yesterday's cell phone outage that left many AT&T customers helpless for a good part of the day. It was a reminder about how dependent we are on our phones. Steven Fabian has what you need to know if your phone goes dead. And there's an outpouring of support for former daytime star Wendy Williams after it was revealed she's battling a form of dementia. Wendy’s health will be front and center in a new documentary  airing this weekend on Lifetime - but is a new lawsuit trying to stop the show from airing? See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 24
inside Edition for Thursday, February 22, 2024

Wendy Williams always said she wanted to come back to daytime television…But she has a bigger challenge than anyone would have imagined. We're learning the former talk show host has been diagnosed with a form of dementia. And one moment she and her brother were digging on a Florida beach...the next, she was buried beneath suffocating sand. Today the parents of seven-year-old Sloan are sharing how their fun filled vacation turned into a nightmare. Plus, she's the former ballerina with dual American/Russian citizenship behind bars in Russia, the latest American taken as a pawn by Vladimir Putin. Now her very worried boyfriend is speaking with Jim Moret. And two top prosecutors with national profiles are locked in a legal tug of war. It's all over a man wanted for murder in New York City who is also under arrest suspected of other crimes in the state of Arizona...where the prosecutor is refusing to extradite him to New York, claiming the D.A. there is soft on crime. Now a woman is coming forward to say her warnings about how dangerous this guy is were ignored. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 23
Inside Edition for Wednesday, February 21, 2024

A day at the beach in Florida turns deadly. A brother and sister on vacation with their parents were digging a hole in the sand when it collapsed, burying them. The boy was rescued, but his sister was beneath the sand and it took an excruciating 15 minutes to dig her out. She didn't make it. As Ann Mercogliano reports, it’s a reminder to all parents to be especially careful on the beach. And another mid-flight emergency…this time passengers on an American Airline flight worked together to restrain an unruly passenger threatening to open the emergency door while in the air. Plus, she went on an anti-cop rant on her podcast then just hours later she fatally mowed a cop down while she was driving drunk. Today it was her sentencing...and as Les Trent reports, the slain man's fellow officers filled the courtroom. And she's already one of the greatest singers of all time with 32 Grammys on her Beyonce has landed on top of the country charts.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 22
Inside Edition for Tuesday, February 20, 2024

If you are an American, it is very dangerous to travel in Russia. We learned today of the arrest of a ballerina with dual Russian/American citizenship. She was taken into custody in Russia the same day Vladimir Putin sat down for that softball interview with Tucker Carlson. The woman's alleged crime - giving $51 to a charity supporting Ukraine. And they say good fences make good neighbors. However, when you live in an apartment complex that's not an option. Inside Edition reports on a neighbor who started tossing stuff from his apartment window while yelling obscenities. It was so unsettling a family sent their three children away to stay with their grandparents. Plus, don't give your personal information to someone you don’t know. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. We've all heard these admonitions forever -- but as P.T. Barnum said, "there's a sucker born every minute." People are still falling for phone scams - even a financial writer for a top magazine. And most of us wash the sheets about once a week. However, that might not be enough to keep creepy germs out of your bed. You might be surprised what Steven Fabian found we when tested people's sheets.    See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Feb 21