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Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.

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In this Dateline classic, an Olympic athlete and a homecoming queen share a life in the charming suburb of Oxnard, California until gunshots are fired in their backyard on a late summer night in 2009. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on April 1, 2016.
In this Dateline classic, the mystery of a college student who disappeared after a night out clubbing stumps investigators for years. Her mother thought she was at a sleepover with friends and it took an eagle-eyed detective to find the truth buried in a pile of lies. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on July 20, 2012.
In Cold Blood

In Cold Blood

2020-08-0401:26:3014

A firefighter returns home after a long shift to find a disturbingly violent scene and his wife unresponsive in their bedroom. What could have happened? Andrea Canning reports.
Deadly Devotion

Deadly Devotion

2020-07-3044:2721

In this Dateline classic, a decorated army captain returns home safe and sound from Saudi Arabia. But a few months later -- tragedy strikes. Who would want to hurt this beloved commander? Andrea Canning reports. Originally aired on NBC on March 11, 2016.
Internal Affairs

Internal Affairs

2020-07-2901:35:2224

When graduate student Denita Monique Smith is shot outside of her North Carolina home, detectives discover a love triangle connected to the case. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
A Place on the Sand

A Place on the Sand

2020-07-2845:5924

In this Dateline classic, Florida motel owner, Sabine Musil-Buehler, suddenly disappears, leaving family, friends and detectives wondering what could have happened to her. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on February 19, 2016. 
The latest in the case of Jennifer Dulos. In his first network interview, the lead investigator reveals new details to Dennis Murphy of what happened the day the Connecticut mother disappeared.
Footprint in the Dust

Footprint in the Dust

2020-07-2201:34:3534

When Susie Casey, a mother of four, goes missing in the small town of Glendive, Montana, it begins an investigation with many twists and turns. Keith Morrison reports.
The Good Husband

The Good Husband

2020-07-2101:25:4926

When Tom Kolman is found dead in his car, there is no evidence that points to unnatural causes. But as detectives begin to look into his inner circle, they uncover a love triangle that turns the tragedy into a tangled mystery. Andrea Canning reports.
A Sister's Search

A Sister's Search

2020-07-1643:3621

When actress Aasha Davis and her sister Lesley move to Hollywood, things appear to be going well. But just as Aasha’s star is rising, Lesley suddenly vanishes. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
In this Dateline classic, a story of obsession boils over into a brutal crime. Right away, one woman said she knew what happened. Yet, it takes years to bring the alleged killer to trial with a verdict that was far from the end of this case. Andrea Canning reports. Originally aired on NBC on November 29, 2013. 
Vanished: Michelle Le

Vanished: Michelle Le

2020-07-1401:25:0432

When nursing student Michelle Le vanishes from a parking garage after leaving her training hospital, investigators track security camera footage and her cellphone to find out the truth.
Andrea Canning reports on the latest developments in the case of Georgia teacher and former beauty queen Tara Grinstead who vanished nearly 15 years ago. Originally aired on NBC on July 6, 2020.
A Dangerous Man

A Dangerous Man

2020-07-0801:26:5943

In this Dateline classic, the investigation into the mysterious murder of a Spokane, WA businessman exposes a tangled web of evil that extends from the Pacific Northwest into the North Dakota oil patch. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 14, 2016.
Deadly Connection

Deadly Connection

2020-07-0701:25:5322

In this Dateline classic, a terrifying mystery begins when 19-year-old Kenia Monge disappears after heading out to meet her friends. Months later, when Lydia Tillman survives a brutal attack nearby, it becomes clear that the two cases are connected. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on July 13, 2012.
A Shot in the Dark

A Shot in the Dark

2020-07-0201:28:4441

In this Dateline classic, after Cara Ryan shoots her ex-husband and accuses him of threatening to kill her, police question her motive. Ryan speaks out to Keith Morrison about the outcome of the stunning trial. Originally aired on NBC on May 12, 2017.
Troubled Waters

Troubled Waters

2020-07-0144:3524

In this Dateline classic, a romantic getaway on a boat turns tragic when a young wife & mother is lost at sea. The case goes cold for years — until a model with a checkered past goes undercover. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on November 20, 2015.
When we face challenges in life, we seek answers from people we believe can help us. When tragedy strikes an exclusive retreat with a self-help superstar, many people are left to wonder: how far is too far? James Arthur Ray was an Oprah-endorsed self-help teacher who achieved fame, fortune, and influence. But friends and family members of his followers questioned his unorthodox methods, and tried to stop him. From Wondery, the makers of “Dirty John,” “Dr. Death,” and “The Shrink Next Door,” comes a story about the dark side of enlightenment. Hosted by journalist Matt Stroud.Listen today at wondery.fm/dateline_guru
Twisted

Twisted

2020-06-3001:28:3428

In this Dateline classic, an Iowa mother, home alone with her three children, is attacked. The confrontation turns fatal. But is the truth more twisted than anyone could imagine? Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on June 1, 2012.
Lori Vallow’s former best friend speaks to Keith Morrison following the discovery of the remains of Vallow’s children JJ and Tylee on husband Chad Daybell’s property. Originally aired on NBC on June 22, 2020.
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Otto Falzone

Dateline will always be my favorite.

Aug 10th
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The Everyday Bombshell

This is how I would've set up this defense: Many times the police came to help Jean Tran, but were instead awed by his "important businessman" dad and ignored her pleas because she couldn't communicate well. The son, hearing about these repeated failures of the police, bought his mom a gun to protect herself. He had to have friends help in getting the gun for his mom's protection because he was a Canadian citizen. The gun wasn't purchased to commit homicide, it was purchased for protection. He even had to load it first for his poor mom. Then the next time she was afraid of a beating, she used the gun. Maybe she jumped the gun a little bit and shot the guy before he started beating her, but that's what years of PTSD will do. The son and mom were so terrified that perhaps the dad would come after them that they left the country. Abused people often give their abusers superhuman powers. I could probably find 10 psychologists to sign off on that. They came back to at least let the police find the body before it rots. I wouldn't argue when the father died. I wouldn't argue that the 911 call was fake. I would have argued that the only thing they planned was to make sure mom could protect hersself the next go-around and when it happened, they weren't prepared for it and fled the country specifically because it was not premeditated. The district attorney should have offered to plea this down to two cases of falsifying a police report for the fake 911 call. Maybe even denying an injured person medical help. But a few years probation or house arrest would've been more than enough justice. The DA was just trying to make a name for himself by trying a case that should not have been tried. Instead he made an ass out if himself. Honestly, not one damn human being on Earth misses Mr. Tan. Good riddance to the abusive pile of trash.

Aug 10th
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linda keenan

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Aug 9th
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The Everyday Bombshell

I do understand that defense attorneys are necessary. But if they made it through law school, surely they are smart enough to figure out the jury isn't so stupid to buy this bullshit. My favorite part is when they say "There is no evidence here" when the evidence is literally overflowing the courtroom. Version 1: Some guy only Doug knew, that never met Venus, killed her for no reason whatsoever. But left Doug's fingerprint at the scene. Version 2: No wait, my wife isn't dead, just hanging out somewhere in Michigan in her PJs. A devoted mom in the middle of a divorce to a man she fears, goes out to get the mail in her nightclothes and abandons her kids. I'm still laughing at this stupidity. It's beyond a REASONABLE doubt, dudes. I'm a reasonable person and I say you are full of shit Mr. Defense Attorney. And Doug is a moron who thinks he is smarter than anyone else but is really pretty stupid in picking his accomplice.

Aug 7th
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The Everyday Bombshell

LIAR. Not even a little bit believable. This is like one of those "crack lies" my dad used to tell us.

Aug 7th
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Angie Lewis

wow, this is some crazy stuff. Shannon is off her rocker.

Aug 6th
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Alicia Alicia

beautiful story. so happy for them. the granddaughter is so sweet, intelligent and strong and grateful. Happy daughters day!

Aug 6th
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She should have been a crime fiction writer or a screenplay writer.

Aug 6th
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The Everyday Bombshell

Dear Jesus, even the prosecutor was dumb as a box of rocks. And Sanchez was not only really bad at his job and lazy. He was also a liar.

Aug 5th
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The Everyday Bombshell

Wow! Sanchez has to be the worst cop of all time. I haven't listened to this whole case... it's hard to stomach how terrible of a job this guy did. Please tell me that he is not working in the field of criminology on any way. Not even as a meter maid. Dumb as a box or rocks. You can't just take a cop that dumb and lazy off the case you have to take him out of police work forever. And don't send him to work at a fast food joint either. Those kids behind the counter don't deserve to be saddled with this moron.

Aug 5th
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Dianna W

who doesn't know what a search warrant is?

Aug 5th
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You do realize this is just the audio version of what aired on TV? Just like any TV series, they only have so many new episodes in a season.

Aug 5th
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Rob Claypool

love the classic one's but i wonder if they plan on doing any new ones

Aug 5th
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Account for Transactions

Yep! She is KRAAZZYY

Aug 4th
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Dianna W

her family is delusional

Aug 4th
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Joe Dawn Sparks

I love this podcast I can fall to sleep with the sound of Keith Morrison voice every night#Dateline #KeithMorrison

Aug 4th
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Brandi Bigelow

my favorite murder is a fantastic podcast to get into.

Jul 31st
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The Everyday Bombshell

Scott Peterson is guilty. I know it. His mom knows it. And his lawyers knew it. The journalist who spoke on his behalf clearly has an agenda: being the only journalist to believe him gets you a lot of attention. Reminds me of my son when he was little... he used to just take the opposite side of every argument because it brought him attention. It's kind of cute in an immature way. But nothing this journalist said carries any weight. 🙄 I did some research on the number of pregnant women that dissapeared in that area. Actually quite a few compared to other towns. None of the babies are ever recovered and few of the mothers bodies ever turn up... t is believed that they are stolen because people want their babies. This just means that Scott knew he could use these missing women as a potential red herring. His lawyer could have hit this harder, but he knew what I learned: there were very few similarities between any of those cases and Laci...pretty much just the fact that she was female and pregnant. There may be a ring of people who kidnap soon-to-be moms steal the babies and kill the woman after birth, but that's not what happened to Laci. May she and Connor rest in peace and may Scott rot in prison.

Jul 31st
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Cotton Candy

Shannon crazy af.. bye girl

Jul 30th
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Anndréa Coburn

"my dad died a hero" "how could he take such a beautiful soul".... Are you kidding? Your dad died as a trespasser who even told the police he was going to continue breaking the law knowingly over and over. Seems he was just as big a bully in the neighborhood as Campbell, the only difference was the other neighbors also wanted to access property that was sold to a PRIVATE party so they supported his way of bullying.... Just amazing how one sided people can look at things.

Jul 30th
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