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Josh Mankiewicz interviews Keith Morrison about his latest episode, “The Night Time Stopped.”  The hunt for the killer of champion cyclist Moriah Wilson in 2022 took detectives and the Dateline team from the gravel bike paths of Austin, Texas to the sandy beaches of Costa Rica. Keith tells Josh what he discovered about the suspect’s plastic surgery and the technology that was key to investigators cracking the case. He also shares with Josh a new clip from one of the police interviews and they answer viewer and listener questions from social media.
The Night Time Stopped

The Night Time Stopped

2024-04-0901:28:2110

Keith Morrison reports new revelations in the headline-making case of murdered professional cyclist Moriah Wilson, including fresh courtroom evidence and a police interview with a key witness.
The Ultimate Betrayal

The Ultimate Betrayal

2024-04-0343:5812

After Tahereh Ghassemi disappears from the Louisiana home she shares with her adult son, detectives discover an astonishing plot with international implications. Andrea Canning reports.
Part of the Plan

Part of the Plan

2024-04-0243:395

After a U.S. Air Force airman is shot multiple times inside his garage, a trail of clues leads Las Vegas detectives to a secret love affair and a murderous plan. Keith Morrison reports.
Keith Morrison talks to Andrea Canning  about her most recent episode, “A Girl Named Egypt.” In June 2017, a young woman named Egypt Covington was found murdered in her Michigan home. The local police quickly zeroed in on someone close to her as a possible suspect, only for the case to go cold. Andrea tells Keith about the family’s painful search for answers over the years and the unsettling motive Michigan State Police discovered for the murder after they took over the case. Andrea and Keith also discuss what they’ve learned from other stories they’ve worked on involving the wrongfully accused and put their Dateline knowledge to the test with some trivia questions.
Hey Dateline fans! As a bonus, we’re giving you a special preview clip of our new podcast series, Murder in the Hollywood Hills. In this story Keith Morrison takes us to the city of dreams, where a smooth-talking predator lured young women into a nightmare with promises of fame and fortune. He evaded justice for years, but when a group of women banded together, they fought to lock him up for life. If you like what you hear, you can listen to Murder in the Hollywood Hills for free each week. Or, subscribe to Dateline Premium on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or DatelinePremium.com to unlock new episodes one week early: https://link.chtbl.com/mithh_fdlw
A Girl Named Egypt

A Girl Named Egypt

2024-03-2601:28:3712

Michigan State Police detectives speak out for the first time to Andrea Canning and reveal clues they uncovered in the case of 27-year-old Egypt Covington, who was found murdered in her home in 2017.
Andrea Canning and Dennis Murphy sit down to talk about his most recent episode, “Deadly Swap.”  When a young mother was shot in broad daylight in a Georgia parking lot, investigators combed through eyewitness testimony and surveillance footage to zero in on an unlikely killer.  Dennis tells Andrea what he learned about the killer’s motive and they discuss an unforgettable police interview.  Dennis also shares a podcast-exclusive clip from the victim’s grieving boyfriend and answers your questions from social media.Listen to the full episode of “Deadly Swap” here: https://apple.co/4aoADjb
Deadly Swap

Deadly Swap

2024-03-1901:27:3318

After a 25-year-old mother is gunned down in broad daylight by a murderer wearing a disguise, detectives confront a most unlikely suspect. Dennis Murphy reports.
Josh Mankiewicz talks to Dennis Murphy about his recent episode, “The Killer on Camera 4,”  which follows the 2017 murder of Baltimore volunteer firefighter Jon Hickey, the victim of a love triangle of which he was unaware. Josh asks Dennis about the murderer’s extensive double life and about the security footage that cracked the case. Dennis shares a podcast-exclusive clip from his interview with the killer’s former wife and invites veteran Dateline producer Izhar Harpaz to answer your questions from social media.
The Killer on Camera 4

The Killer on Camera 4

2024-03-1201:28:389

When a firefighter is murdered, the investigation unravels a web of secrets, a love triangle and stunning surveillance footage. Dennis Murphy reports.
Andrea Canning and Dennis Murphy discuss his latest episode, “A Life Interrupted.” Within months of the disappearance of Connecticut mother of five, Jennifer Dulos, Dennis sat down with her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos – the man investigators believe murdered her. Dennis tells Andrea what it was like in 2024 to sit in a Connecticut courtroom and see not Fotis, but his girlfriend Michelle Troconis on trial for conspiracy to commit murder, among other charges. Dennis brings Andrea up to speed on the high-tech investigation at the center of the case and the heartache of those left behind. He plays a podcast-exclusive snippet of his powerful interview with a group of Jennifer’s friends and answers viewers and listeners questions from social media.
A Life Interrupted

A Life Interrupted

2024-03-0501:26:4719

Dennis Murphy reports the latest on the 2019 disappearance of New Canaan, Connecticut mother of five, Jennifer Dulos. The episode takes an in-depth look at new evidence and the trial of Michelle Troconis, who was charged with conspiracy to commit murder, tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution in the case. Troconis was the girlfriend of Jennifer’s estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, who died by suicide in 2020.
Josh Mankiewicz sits down with Keith Morrison and Dateline producer Shane Bishop, to talk about their newest episode, “True Confession”, based on an epic case they have been following for more than a decade. When Idaho teenager Angie Dodge was found murdered in her home in 1996,  her friend Christopher Tapp falsely confessed to the crime. Keith and Shane talk about Carol Dodge, the relentless and unlikely ally who fought to prove Tapp’s innocence and find her daughter’s real killer. Keith also shares a podcast-exclusive clip from his last interview with Christopher Tapp and answers viewer and listener questions.
True Confession

True Confession

2024-02-2701:27:4710

Idaho resident Christopher Tapp is sentenced to life after falsely confessing to the murder of his friend Angie Dodge. When the real killer is caught over 20 years later, the case appears to finally be closed until a chilling twist begins a new chapter in the decades-long saga. Keith Morrison reports.
Josh Mankiewicz and Andrea Canning discuss her latest episode, “The Perfect Life.” In 2012 the body of Jen Ramsaran, a mother of three, was found on a desolate stretch of road in Upstate New York. She’d been murdered. Andrea says the subsequent interview she did with Jen’s husband Remy was one of the most memorable of her Dateline career. Ten years later, after some dramatic developments in the case,  Andrea tells Josh what it was like to sit across from Remy Ramsaran one more time and shares a podcast-exclusive clip from their most recent interview. 
The Perfect Life

The Perfect Life

2024-02-2001:28:1818

Jennifer Ramsaran, a devoted mother of three, is found murdered in her New York town. More than a decade later, the story takes an unexpected turn as a twist emerges that leads to an unforeseen conclusion. Andrea Canning reports.
Andrea Canning interviews Josh Mankiewicz about his recent episode, “Death at the Spa.” In 2018, Ildiko Krajnyak was killed instantly when she opened a package bomb left at her California day spa. When investigators started digging into Ildiko’slife they identified several people who might have had a motive, but only one person with the means to commit the crime. Josh tells Andrea about getting to know the woman who stood by the killer for years, and why he decided to share information with her no one else had. Josh also shares an exclusive clip about another mysterious death in the killer’s past. Plus, Josh answers viewers’ questions posed on social media during the episode. 
Death at the Spa

Death at the Spa

2024-02-1301:27:2611

When a package bomb explodes at a day spa in Southern California, killing beloved esthetician Ildiko Krajnyak and injuring two clients, law enforcement discovers that the bomb was intended specifically for her. Who would want Ildiko dead? An investigation into her love life reveals several possibilities. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
Josh Mankiewicz and Andrea Canning go behind the scenes of Andrea’s latest episode, “The Sleepover.”  More than 20 years after Navy petty officer Sherri Malarik was found shot to death in her car in a Pensacola, Florida parking lot, her husband was arrested and put on trial for the murder. Twice. Greg Malarik has denied having anything to do with his wife’s murder and, following a hung jury in the first trial, was ultimately acquitted. Andrea and Josh discuss how Sherri’s murder and its aftermath have torn her family apart. Plus, Andrea answers viewer questions about the story and shares previously unaired interview audio with Sherri and Greg’s daughter, Tera.
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Susan Grosshans

Why bring in race? Children of all races have hurt or murdered. In its self is horrendous.

Apr 14th
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Apr 11th
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Avid Listener

yeah!!! They got rid of talking Dateline and brought back two shows a week!!!!

Apr 3rd
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Jeff B

Has to talk secretly with her mother while giving an interview. That doesn't sound at all like a murderer trying to keep her parents' concocted story straight...

Apr 1st
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Jeff B

The only interviewer on Dateline that could break me would be Dennis Murphy. He's got that disappointed parent vibe down. My mom will tell you that's the only thing that gets to me when I'm trying to get away with something. 🤣

Apr 1st
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Jeff B

Julie Harper is a hilariously bad actress...

Mar 31st
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Billy Weinheimer

What kind of people do this? Where do they come from? What is their culture? Who raised this person?

Mar 30th
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Jeff B

The "I blocked it out" stuff is nonsense. Most contemporary psychologists, psychiatrists, neurologists, etc will tell you that's not how it works for an adult, developed brain. I don't know what parts of her stories are true and which aren't for the most part, but that part is BS.

Mar 30th
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Jeff B

"You have no Bushido!" This has got to be one of the most hilarious outbursts I've ever heard from a defendant and I've heard them say some awfully funny things over the years. 🤣

Mar 27th
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Ingrid cook

Lindsay annoyed me from the beginning..I bet she's a Karen

Mar 27th
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Susan Grosshans

Heartbreaking.

Mar 27th
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Susan Grosshans

Unbelievable...people were apparently afraid of this man...tragic.

Mar 26th
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They Call Me A.M.

In before BlueHaze tells us the whole story in a rant.

Mar 26th
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Jeff B

I think this jerk killed his wife and son, but I think it's hilarious that a detective says that a time of death is "an educated guess at best" when you know they'll hang their hat on a time of death and a tight timeline to convict someone tomorrow. It can't be both. Also, asking someone to defend themselves decades later after the state has destroyed the evidence after ruling it an accident shouldn't be allowed without very strong and verifiable scientific evidence, IMO.

Mar 26th
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Stephanie Criste

no longer will support any NBC show or platform.

Mar 25th
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Susan Grosshans

The reporters voice is so gravelly. It's like nails on a chalkboard.

Mar 24th
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Susan Grosshans

interesting episode of TD.

Mar 24th
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Victoria

I love how the father takes zero responsibility for their garbage parenting. I choose to listen to my children. All this man did was call his son a problem, troubled, bad, and sent him away. Punishment was always his game, and it's more proof that authoritative parenting is. not. it.

Mar 21st
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Jill Bertschinger-Kimmle

Screw that dude. He made his wife's life, hell. She owes him nothing. The parents are annoying.

Mar 20th
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Jae Shepard

The fact that I'm obsessed with true crime AND words (spelling, pronunciations, etc.) is sooo cruel. Because pretty much eeeevery podcast mispronounces "corroborate" (NONE of the Rs are silent, yet they all pronounce it like "cooperate.") Same with "affidaviT." They pronounce it "affidaviD." Siiiigh. It's not fun being crazy.

Mar 19th
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