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The Feud

The Feud

2022-11-3043:3215

Just south of Glacier National Park in Montana, tempers flare and personalities clash. One man shoots, another dies…but the story can’t be that cut and dry, can it? Keith Morrison reports. 
In a suburb of Toronto, a family lives in fear as one relative after another is found dead over the years in the same home. Andrea Canning reports.
Evil Was Waiting

Evil Was Waiting

2022-11-2344:1816

When a soldier who just returned from Afghanistan is gunned down on the side of the road in Kentucky; detectives quickly uncover a secret that could solve the case. Andrea Canning reports.
The Figure in the House

The Figure in the House

2022-11-2201:26:2831

After a woman is found murdered in her South Florida home, her son tells investigators that footage from the home’s security camera could hold the key to finding a killer. Dennis Murphy reports.
Deadly Circumstances

Deadly Circumstances

2022-11-1644:5725

When a Tennessee resident is murdered in her bedroom, investigators struggle to find answers with little evidence at the scene to link any possible suspects to the crime. Could it have been a burglary gone bad? Or, something else? Andrea Canning reports. Originally aired on NBC on April 20, 2018.
The Trouble at Dill Creek Farm

The Trouble at Dill Creek Farm

2022-11-1501:26:2221

When pharmacist Ken Juedes is found shot to death in his Wisconsin farmhouse, investigators embark on a 15-year hunt for his elusive killer. Andrea Canning reports.
Following Dateline’s 2-hour episode Dark Waters, Craig Melvin and Dateline producer Carol Gable sit down for an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the Murdaugh saga from their unique perspectives as native South Carolinians. Carol has been following the story since she heard about a boat crash in the Lowcountry involving the son of one of Hampton County’s most influential citizens, Alex Murdaugh. No one knew then how explosive the story would become. You can listen to the full episode Dark Waters here: https://apple.co/3WMCpEr 
Dark Waters

Dark Waters

2022-11-0801:25:5535

Craig Melvin reveals surprising and exclusive new details about the deaths and legal cases surrounding Alex Murdaugh, the South Carolina lawyer accused of killing his wife and son.You can also listen to Craig Melvin and Dateline producer Carol Gable’s intimate behind-the-scenes discussion on the Murdaugh saga from their unique perspectives as native South Carolinians in Dateline Debrief: Dark Waters here: https://apple.co/3UoGihw
On the Outskirts of Town

On the Outskirts of Town

2022-11-0244:1732

When a young woman is found dead near a soccer field in Indiana, detectives try to piece together a puzzle that leads them to an unexpected suspect. Andrea Canning reports. Originally aired on NBC on September 28, 2018. 
Fire & Ice

Fire & Ice

2022-11-0143:5519

Firefighters make a grisly discovery while responding to a fire at the house of Carmela and David Knight in a Toronto, Canada suburb. Andrea Canning reports.
The Haunting

The Haunting

2022-10-2601:27:5235

In 1979, Pastor Richard Douglass, his wife Marilyn, and their children, Brooks and Leslie, lived peacefully just outside of Okarche, Oklahoma -- until two drifters arrived at their home. Keith Morrison reports in this Dateline classic. Originally aired on NBC on May 27, 2011. 
Righteous Obsession

Righteous Obsession

2022-10-2501:26:2231

The investigation into a deadly home invasion involving business owner Milton Sawyer takes a turn when an unlikely witness on the other side of the country comes forward. Dennis Murphy reports.
When a 3-year-old named Michelle Pulsifer disappeared, her father couldn't even get police to search for her -- but he never gave up looking. John Larson reports in this Dateline classic. Originally aired on NBC on July 19, 2009.
A Walk in the Rain

A Walk in the Rain

2022-10-1801:26:5231

The disappearance of 19-year-old Alaska Native Sonya Ivanoff sends shockwaves through the small coastal city of Nome. Josh Mankiewicz reports.Get resources to help stop the missing and murdered Indigenous women crisis: https://www.nbcnews.com/dateline/mmiw-how-help-how-get-help-n1277833
Graduation Night

Graduation Night

2022-10-1244:2237

When a woman attempts to connect with old neighborhood friends on Facebook, she has no idea it will dredge up a shocking, long buried truth. Keith Morrison reports in this Dateline classic. Originally aired on NBC on April 4, 2014.
A Cool Desert Morning

A Cool Desert Morning

2022-10-1101:25:5739

A family begins a relentless pursuit of justice after the death of Nevada attorney Susan Winters is ruled a suicide. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
In this Dateline classic, Josh Mankiewicz sits down with O.J. Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark and other key players and witnesses from the criminal trial that consumed and divided a nation more than a quarter century ago.Additional footage: KCOP-TV, Los Angeles, CAAlso listen to the new episode After the Verdict: Kim Goldman, in which Josh sits down with Kim to talk about how her brother Ron's death changed the trajectory of her life and the work she's done on behalf of victims of violent crime. Available now only by subscription to Dateline Premium on Apple Podcasts. LINK: https://apple.co/3T5xwUF 
The Sisterhood

The Sisterhood

2022-10-0401:26:2837

After the death of 44-year-old mother Stacy Feldman in her Denver home is ruled as “undetermined,” friends and family join forces to piece together what happened. Keith Morrison reports.If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit www.thehotline.org.
Suspicion in Silver City

Suspicion in Silver City

2022-09-2843:1027

When the mysterious death of a 23-year-old mother in New Mexico goes unsolved, her family searches for answers. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on December 7, 2018.
Wreckage

Wreckage

2022-09-2701:26:1945

While investigating the rape and murder of a 22-year-old woman in Texas, detectives uncover a trail of sexual assault crimes pointing to a repeat offender. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
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Shannon Compton

Someone doesn't have to be held accountable everytime someone dies, the person who did the killing, without a shadow of a doubt, needs to face their crime.

Dec 5th
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Marc Watt

what a pile of excrement

Dec 4th
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Sarnakh

The last 2 murders are on the police. They dropped the ball on the first case. As it appears, the first case was not thoroughly investigated. Had it been so, the cause of death would have prompted serious investigation that could have resulted in catching the killers.

Dec 3rd
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Maria

oh my god... what is going on in people's minds? How are they so cruel?

Dec 3rd
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bluehaze73

don't cry know old man you dint cry when you killed that man . see if you bitch at your cell mate when he lays on your bed

Dec 1st
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Beatriz Gill

I have issues with this case. The fact that he hadn't been in her house in months and supposedly managed to kill her without leaving any DNA behind, but there were two strange men's DNA on the clothing she was found in...there just wasn't enough evidence to convict. There is enough reasonable doubt that two men broke in, didn't realize she was home, killed her, and said forget the tv they can trace it to us. However, for this man to say that he shouldn't even have been a suspect is ridiculous. Statistics tell a different story: According to a study published in Gynecology & Obstretics Medical Journal, 40% of pregnant women who die, die at the hands of the unborn babies' father (the others die in accidents or due to medical/health issues). It wasn't a rush to judgment to suspect him. He was also arrogant in thinking he didn't need a lawyer. You always need a lawyer. Two people don't get lawyers: people with a false belief in the system, and people who think they're smarter than the cops. I think he falls into the second group. I completely buy the motive, but I need the DNA evidence that points to a burglary explained to me. Find those guys, get there whereabouts at the time of the crime, and then we can talk. That breaks my heart for the family of the victim...but, I know I wouldn't want an innocent person in jail for the murder of my loved one because that's not justice either.

Dec 1st
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MicheB

This was the polices fault. People should have been arrested if they didn't heed the warning for trespassing. It was his land. If they wanted access they should have bought the land. I get the frustration, but we have laws in this country.

Dec 1st
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Curtis Massey

"Was it an accident, suicide, or something else?" I'm betting on 'something else'.

Nov 30th
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Susan Grosshans

Oh Quinn, Karama has a way of getting what it wants. Thank goodness Reed came to his senses. Quinn is always going to be selfish.

Nov 30th
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Susan Grosshans

hahaha hahaha hahaha 🤣😅😆

Nov 30th
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Ryan Phillips

more proof that you always need a lawyer when talking to terrorists in uniforms. saying I don't need a lawyer cuz I'm innocent just shows ignorance you need a lawyer anytime you talk to those clowns

Nov 29th
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Ryan Phillips

this shows you that all detectives in all police are corrupt and the moment that you are questioned you should ask for an attorney. that detective I hope he's a dog catcher now he's a pathetic individual

Nov 29th
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Susan Grosshans

Heros...That morning is embedded forever in my mind, my Heart and my soul. I pray we never forget all brave souls that day....Bless them all.....Thank You for my life, Thank You for your Sacrifices...😞❤️

Nov 28th
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bluehaze73

her sister is doing what a sis suppose to do even if they caught her red handed she did do it but she had the most motive

Nov 28th
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bluehaze73

God forgive me but there is nothing beautiful about Cindy she look like the crip keeper 👹

Nov 28th
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bluehaze73

It seems like Cindy hated his kids That's why she made all those accupatience about his kids to make them look guilty

Nov 28th
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Shannon Compton

I feel for the victims family but if there is limited evidence, why do you want a possibly innocent man to get convicted and call it all justice?

Nov 25th
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Jocelyn Allan

Dayante is particularly odious in his attempt to align himself with legitimate victims of police racism. He committed a crime that was psychotic in it's cold brutality. He did everything he could to avoid prosecution and cared nothing for the friends he hurt, trying to help him.

Nov 24th
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Jocelyn Allan

The interview between the detectives and Justin was just brutal to listen to. I cannot imagine what that must have felt like for Justin at that point in time. Heartbreaking.

Nov 24th
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Donna Cross

omg, That poor kid 😔 they definitely traumatized him. it was so painful to hear. smh

Nov 23rd
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