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

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The Officer's Wife

The Officer's Wife

2020-12-0101:26:261

When police officer Levi Chavez finds his wife, Tera, shot to death in their home, an investigation into her murder begins as buried secrets are revealed. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
In this Dateline classic, weekend boaters just off California’s fabled Catalina island discover a body floating in the water. The victim turns out to be a well-known radio personality. What happened to Steven B. Williams? Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on June 3, 2012.
Point Blank

Point Blank

2020-11-2501:25:5721

After Todd Chance is murdered, police follow a trail of video evidence as they work to track down the killer. Andrea Canning speaks exclusively with Todd’s wife, elementary school principal Jenea Chance. Andrea Canning reports.
Voices for Vanessa

Voices for Vanessa

2020-11-2444:388

When soldier Vanessa Guillen vanishes from Fort Hood, her family does everything they can to bring attention to her disappearance. As weeks go by without any sign of Vanessa, revelations about her case inspire a movement. Andrea Canning reports.
In this Dateline classic, when Amber Dubois vanished in San Diego County, a search turned up nothing. Then, a year later, Chelsea King disappeared in a neighboring town. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on September 3, 2015. 
In this Dateline classic, Josh Mankiewicz takes an in-depth look at the journalists who exposed the dangers of cult leader Reverend Jim Jones. Originally aired on NBC on July 13, 2018.
10 Minutes to Sunset

10 Minutes to Sunset

2020-11-1701:26:2425

When pediatric dentist Kendra Hatcher is found dead in Dallas, Texas, police uncover a complex plot that leads them on an international manhunt. Keith Morrison reports.
Buried Secrets

Buried Secrets

2020-11-1245:4327

In this Dateline classic, a Florida man disappears into thin air, leaving behind a young son and a grieving ex-wife. When his bones are identified years later, a rookie detective is determined to uncover the truth. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on July 6, 2012.
Secrets in a Small Town

Secrets in a Small Town

2020-11-1144:4517

In this Dateline classic, Teresa Mayfield’s death on a dirt road was a mystery for more than a year until a strange sequence of events led investigators to an unlikely suspect. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on January 8, 2012
In an Instant

In an Instant

2020-11-1047:1218

In this Dateline classic, Keith Morrison reports on the case of a wife who supposedly died from an allergic reaction to a spray tan. So why was her husband charged with murder? Originally aired on NBC on June 8, 2012.
Introducing: Do No Harm

Introducing: Do No Harm

2020-11-1001:27:353

As a bonus for Dateline listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of “Do No Harm”, a new, six-part original podcast series from NBC News and Wondery. “Do No Harm” is the terrifying true story of one family’s fight against a system so committed to protecting children, it sometimes fails to protect innocent parents. Hosted by NBC News Investigative Reporter Mike Hixenbaugh. Listen to the first two episodes and subscribe to the series: https://link.chtbl.com/dnh_drop
The Comic Book Murder

The Comic Book Murder

2020-11-0501:27:3238

In this Dateline classic, Barbara George is rushed to the hospital after being found bleeding in the back of the comic book store she owned in suburban Detroit. What the nurse finds launches a decade long mystery. Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on January 25, 2013.
Hope Whispers

Hope Whispers

2020-11-0443:4830

After a fight with her mother, Angela, Ellie Green stays with her boyfriend’s family until things settle down at home. But when days go by with no word from her mom, Ellie begins to worry. Then she’s given the awful news: her mother is dead. But is that the truth? What really happened to Angela Green? Keith Morrison reports.
Return to Shalimar Way

Return to Shalimar Way

2020-11-0301:26:3632

When Leslie Neulander dies suddenly after what appears to be an accidental fall in the shower, two friends join forces to seek justice on her behalf. Andrea Canning reports on the latest twist in the case.  
The Mystery on Bridle Path

The Mystery on Bridle Path

2020-10-2901:27:4038

In this Dateline classic, Carol Kennedy returns from an evening jog in Prescott, Arizona and calls her mother Ruth. Their nightly phone ends abruptly. So begins the Mystery on Bridle Path. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on March 28, 2014.
Deadly Trust

Deadly Trust

2020-10-2844:1034

In this Dateline classic, wealthy residents felt safe in their gated community but it was not safe for one millionaire, murdered in his waterfront home. Police investigated but the case grew cold. Turned out the key to solving it, or two keys, were right at the front door. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on April 13, 2012.
In the small town of Morris, Alabama, faith is a way of life. But when resident Michael Reese is murdered in his home, rumors involving a local pastor begin to swirl as the truth ends up turning the community upside down. Andrea Canning reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 23, 2020.
Fallen

Fallen

2020-10-2201:26:3539

In this Dateline classic, when a pastor loses two wives in suspicious accidents, authorities begin to wonder if it was terrible luck or something else. Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on February 8, 2013.
A Promise to Helene

A Promise to Helene

2020-10-2142:5324

When 21-year-old college student Helene Pruszynski is found murdered, the case remains cold for nearly forty years until a new detective uses an innovative method to catch Helene’s killer. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 16, 2020.
Andrea Canning reflects on one of her most memorable episodes: An Arkansas realtor goes missing after showing a house. When loved ones later receive mysterious text messages from her, they know something isn’t right.
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Kim Tan

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Nov 29th
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BC

The woman who was attacked and survived was not at fault in any way. the detectives didn't believe her and didn't look into the situation any further and allowed her attacked to get away and commit another crime.

Nov 29th
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BC

I feel so bad for the other daughter and mother who was murdered

Nov 29th
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Dianna W

the words "my truth" is a red flag

Nov 26th
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Laura Beth Williamson Morrison

I am very disappointed in the advertisement for democrats to come out of hiding in Texas. It makes Republicans sound like they are forcing people to be a certain political party. This country has more than two political parties!!! I will not be listening to Dateline anymore. The show was okay, but the advertisements are so biased!! No thanks.

Nov 26th
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Robert Hastings

"That's something we have to look at." Yeah, no shit.

Nov 25th
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SleepyCat

This story is so utterly tragic, I hardly know where to begin. The bravery and dignity of this family is astounding. i hope time can heal just a little.

Nov 23rd
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SHOELACE#16

🤔

Nov 23rd
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lopro

jeez, this Pam lady is sick, she does shit i can't even think of!!!!

Nov 20th
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Rob Claypool

unbelievable

Nov 19th
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The Everyday Bombshell

I stopped when his mom tried to keep the young ladies mom from asking what he did to her. I had to, or I was going to lose it and find that worthless trashy mom of his and make it my mission to make her miserable for giving birth to and defending a true pile of worthless shit. She is in part to blame for this... she defended him when he was found guilty the first time even though it was obvious he was guilty, and gave him, as a registered sex offender a place to live without making him register to her neighbors and lied for him when he got out of jail. I hope her neighbors harassed her out of that house and made her life miserable and that his friends (the trash that tried to cover up the spray paint on the house but got chased off by neighbors)...I hope they realize that covering up for him in court and saying that he was a wonderful man (even though now they say that there was evidence that he was bipolar and troubled) is the reason he was out early and kill these two young women. Those two young women were definitely killed by this man, but he was assisted by the his mother and friends and the court system. I don't understand why chemical castration isn't an option. I don't think that we are violating sex offenders' human rights by keeping them from offending their sexual targets... what he desires most: underage partners.

Nov 19th
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lopro

it's never good having a child taken away from their parents, but that ad is frigging ridiculous

Nov 19th
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Miss Anne Thrope

I really don't support the death penalty due to corruption and incompetence inherent to the justice system, BUT this is more evidence that child rapists need to be removed from society....permanently.

Nov 19th
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Aurora

Nice to see that rich white women get off scott free, as usual, when they waste resources and take officials away from actual kidnappings, murders etc. SMH

Nov 18th
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BC

Titan did an excellent job. Good dog.

Nov 18th
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The Everyday Bombshell

The defense attorney did a great job trying to save his obviously guilty defendant. He did/said everything I would have. Unforunately, this defendant is obviously guilty, so nothing helped. No one runs to Mexico to hide if they are innocent...it makes you look guilty, and you're going to get caught. The only reason to run is if you know the jig is up, it's only a matter of time and you think Mexico won't extradite you because you committed a capital crime. Too bad she didn't consider that prosecutors in Texas would just drop the capital part of a crime and still go after her. But it wasn't just her actions after the murder. While the evidence was circumstantial, it was overwhelming. Two strangers kill a woman they never met and didn't know...but they know you, they use a car that you commandeered, can easily explain/crush your alibi, you'd been stalking the victim and were obsessed with the victims' boyfriend, your ex. In the end, the pieces ONLY fit if you add Brenda into the equation. But if I ever commit a crime in Texas, I'm going with this defense attorney. Nice try dude.

Nov 17th
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Sherrie Lucas

This is heartbreaking! I am so sad and livid, at the same time. I have a very hard time believing that they couldn't have given Brenda Delgado life without parole. This does not make any sense to me! I hope that kendra's family has the strength to go every parole hearing, to make sure that she at least serves the full 35 years, even though it's not long enough!

Nov 17th
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yougotsit

I think the brothers lied about some stuff, like I don't think they thought their parents were gonna kill them that night. I think they were tryna get justice from a lifetime of abuse, and honestly I believe they had that right. So I guess, legally they'd be wrong, but morally right (imo).

Nov 17th
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Jill Bertschinger-Kimmle

Geez, if someone told me that they killed someone, I’d go to the police. Why did neither woman do that?!

Nov 13th
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BC

I genuinely don't care about Ted Bundy and I wish I didn't have to listen to ads about him

Nov 12th
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