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Dateline@30: Scorned

Dateline@30: Scorned

2021-09-2101:25:271

In one of his most memorable classic episodes, Keith Morrison reports on a love triangle that led to years of stalking, destruction of property, threats and, murder.  Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC. 
Dateline@30: Unraveled

Dateline@30: Unraveled

2021-09-2142:12

In one of his most memorable classic episodes, Josh Mankiewicz reports on the race against time to make a connection between several separate murders in the Phoenix, Arizona area -- before the killer strikes again.  Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
A Connecticut bank executive is targeted by a crew of criminals who invade his home, take him and his mother hostage and order him to rob his own bank. If he doesn’t commit the crime, they threaten to blow him up with a bomb strapped to his waist. Investigators think it looks like an inside job but after a string of similar crimes in Tennessee, they learn the victims were picked based on social media posts. Dennis Murphy has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
Dateline@30: Point Blank

Dateline@30: Point Blank

2021-09-2101:23:15

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 has chosen this episode as one of her most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
When Susan Woods doesn’t show up for work, she is soon discovered dead in her bathtub. As police search for answers, they find a trail of victims. Natalie Morales sits down for a conversation with the killer in one of her most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
An explosion in a rice field in Colusa County, California kills the manager of a multi-million dollar farm. Police soon discover his death was no accident. Keith Morrison has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable classic episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
When Sherri Rasmussen is found murdered, police are convinced it’s a burglary gone wrong. The case remains unsolved for over two decades until another detective finds the key that unlocks the mystery of what actually happened to her. Josh Mankiewicz has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
Dateline@30: Good & Evil

Dateline@30: Good & Evil

2021-09-2042:374

When a woman's body is discovered at an Anaheim trash facility, a dedicated detective makes a promise to her mother to get justice. She doesn't know that search will bring her face to face with a serial killer. Keith Morrison has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable classic episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
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 has chosen this episode as one of her most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
The investigation into the murder of a prominent couple on their Nebraska farm is upended after the discovery of a small, gold ring at the crime scene. Keith Morrison has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable classic episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
A sinister force seems to be snatching women off the streets of Albuquerque. Josh Mankiewicz has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable classic episodes. Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
A nationwide manhunt is launched after a woman dubbed the “killer grandma” goes on the run through the Gulf Coast. Dennis Murphy has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
Dateline@30: Over the Edge

Dateline@30: Over the Edge

2021-09-2001:27:052

Rangers in Rocky Mountain National Park question if the death of a woman who fell from a cliff while hiking with her husband was an accident or a heinous act of violence. Andrea Canning has chosen this episode as one of her most memorable classic episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
Dateline@30: The Phone Call

Dateline@30: The Phone Call

2021-09-2001:23:455

When Kathleen Schroll makes a phone call that names her killer right before her death, it leads to the arrest of a father for murder. But two trials and 12 years later, authorities begin to wonder if he was the victim, not the villain. Natalie Morales has chosen this episode as one of her most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
As a bonus for Dateline NBC listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of the brand new original podcast, Making Space with Hoda Kotb.Join TODAY’s Hoda Kotb on a journey of self-discovery and resilience of the human spirit. Hoda hears from some of the people she admires most, and whose stories of personal triumph keep her going. Like Hoda, you’ll leave these talks stronger than when you started and inspired to make space in your own life.Listen now to Making Space with Hoda Kotb: https://link.chtbl.com/makingspace_feed
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. Keith Morrison has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
In one of his most memorable classic episodes, Josh Mankiewicz tells the story Eric Glisson, who was wrongly convicted of the 1995 murder of a Bronx cab driver. From behind bars, and with the help of those who believed in him, he was able to prove his innocence after serving 18 years of his life in jail for a crime he didn't commit. Eric opens up to Dateline about his life after his release.  Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
Dateline@30: Angels & Demons

Dateline@30: Angels & Demons

2021-09-1901:24:453

Multiple mysterious deaths occur inside a traveling commune, spurring a decade-long investigation that uncovers deadly and devastating secrets. Dennis Murphy has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
Dateline@30: Vendetta

Dateline@30: Vendetta

2021-09-1901:25:411

When a beloved prosecutor is shot in broad daylight steps from his office, his colleagues wonder who could be next. Andrea Canning has chosen this episode as one of her most memorable classic episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
Chicago police search for a killer after Robert O’Dubaine, a nightclub owner, is gunned down in his home. As detectives investigate the motive, they discover it was a targeted killing, connected to a twisted sense of loyalty and tradition. Natalie Morales has chosen this episode as one of her most memorable episodes.Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.
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Brad Franks

why do the new @30 episodes keep deleting themselves after i DL them

Sep 21st
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Ernest_Borg_8

30years of the most overplayed episodes great

Sep 21st
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😀😁😂🤣😃😄🤬😡🥱🤫🤔

Be nice if you just posted new episodes instead of regurgitating old ones celebrating 30 years.

Sep 20th
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David Charles Luke Millis

i do not believe that there was enough evidence to convict him but may well have been guilty.

Sep 19th
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chevalierv8

Wow!!

Sep 19th
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Gloria Rocha

if you are innocent, don't lie

Sep 18th
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Kristin Weast

🙂🙂😍🤫🍷🤭☺🤩🤩🧙‍♂️

Sep 18th
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Jedi mind trick

"I hate bullies...I used to protect my friends on the way home from school. We had a bully that tried & tried to start fights with us and then I found out that a nicely applied arm lock would get that bully to kiss the street. We didn't have to run from him anymore."

Sep 18th
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Jill K

Gosh, such a sad story. Glad it ended up better in the end.

Sep 15th
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An-D

I don't see why the city should pay for what her boyfriend did. All the horrible things she went through were due to her boyfriend. Why should tax payers have to take the burden of the cost?

Sep 10th
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Laurie Henson

Yeah, They let that poor man sit in the street watching the bomb countdown until the last second, then get killed by that bomb. Extremely stressful for him. And over what?? Money?? Really?? Pieces of paper that doesn’t have any special properties, such as magic. Worthless $8,000 of printed paper money. SMH 🤦‍♀️

Sep 9th
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Dianna W

Keith was really asking the good questions

Sep 9th
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Suzanne Hubbard Gerken

Giving missing and murdered women/people a voice is amazing! This issue is vitally important in my opinion. Thank you for covering this story- life.

Sep 7th
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Lavinia Markel

there has to be punishment for all crimes, whether they are accidental or on purpose. age should never matter.

Sep 3rd
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Lavinia Markel

why do dead family members always blame the leftover people. why dont the police check with her family and see what happened. chances are pretty good she had issues with her family also. so tired of this crap.

Sep 2nd
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Johnny Utah

Dude got the shaft!!! They didn't have enough evidence.

Sep 1st
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September

Lissa Yellowbird is a real life superhero.

Sep 1st
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Peter Chaloner

Make Tonto's wife a Commie, that will fix everything, right? But the lady singers imitating Yoko Ono will alienate many.

Aug 31st
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Lavinia Markel

the only problem is that Indians like to solve their own crimes. if they would let others help it would be a lot simpler to help everywhere. I never understood why people cannot help people.

Aug 31st
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Kelsey Schwegel

Not interested

Aug 30th
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