When Bryan Rein, a young Montana veterinarian, is found dead at his home with a gun nearby, police quickly discover there is more to this case than meets the eye. As the investigation spans more than two decades, police sort through conflicting evidence to find out what really happened.
Dateline reports on the disappearance of Sarah Goode, the youngest sister of a large, tight-knit family on Long Island, who vanished without a trace. The two-hour broadcast features the latest in the case, as well as extended interviews with key players in the investigation.
The story of Rebecca Musser vs. Warren Jeffs, one of the FBI's most notorious fugitives. Rebecca, a former member of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, opens up about life in the church, having to share her husband with more than 60 other women and why she decided to leave the denomination.
When Dr. Teresa Sievers is found murdered in her kitchen, detectives struggle to find any leads until an unexpected tip changes everything. For the first time on national TV, the woman who helped investigators speaks out.
Brittany Stork's decades-long quest to find out more about her mother's mysterious death leads to a dramatic courtroom decision. The man at the center of the case tells his story on network television for the first time.
Using fake identifies and traveling throughout the country, fugitive Derek Alldred steals millions of dollars by conning numerous women and businesses over 25 years. Finally, one woman brings together a group of his victims to hold him accountable and make him face justice.
When Karl Karlsen's wife, Christina, dies in a catastrophic house fire, he moves to upstate New York. Nearly 20 years later, his oldest son dies in a freak accident, leading police to question if Karl is involved. For the first time on television, Karl speaks out about being at the center of the two murder investigations.
After hearing someone break into their apartment, two women call 911 and barricade themselves in the bathroom until help arrives. Little do they know, their call for help holds the key to solving the mysterious murder of a young graduate student named Katie Sepich. Sepich's parents speak with Dateline about the investigation and their quest to change DNA collection laws.
Dateline NBC investigates the case of two Idaho children who vanished last September in an all-new special airing February 14, 2020. This broadcast will feature exclusive footage of Dateline tracking down their mother, Lori Vallow and her new husband Chad Daybell, at a Hawaiian resort just days after they were questioned by the Kauai police department.
The murder of Colorado mother Kelsey Berreth, whose disappearance made national headlines after she was last seen grocery shopping on Thanksgiving in 2018. This episode airs on February 7, 2020, just a week after Idaho nurse Krystal Lee Kenney, who was also a key witness in Patrick Frazee's murder trial, was sentenced on a charge related to her role in helping Frazee cover up the murder of Berreth.
When hiker Meredith Emerson goes missing on Georgia's Blood Mountain on New Year's Day 2008, law enforcement officers become concerned after finding a police baton with some of her possessions on a trail.
When Tina Sandoval disappears, her parents and loved ones spend years searching for any signs of her. Law enforcement is convinced she is the victim of foul play, but the prosecution has a problem. Tina was keeping a dark secret, one that might lead to clues about what happened to her.
When California entrepreneur Chris Smith is murdered, his family is shocked. They had believed he had sold his company, broken up with this girlfriend and was traveling the world with a Playboy Playmate. For the first time on television, the man convicted of his murder, Ed Shin, speaks out to Dateline.
A Pennsylvania man is convinced he has a target on his back during his messy divorce. Soon after, he is found stabbed to death and his friends and family realize he was right all along in predicting his own gruesome murder. Andrea Canning reports on the case that had this small town in fear.
Years after a Montana man is found dead, his son dreads what he'll find when he opens up the box of case files, giving him insight into what really happened. Keith Morrison reports on his journey and the murder investigation that unraveled a revenge plot.
The murder of a young businessman in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, marks the start of a 15-year-long hunt to find the killer. As his father's quest for justice uncovers secrets and spans continents, the FBI begins an international game of cat and mouse to catch those responsible for his son's murder.
A double homicide in upstate New York leads detectives on a cross country investigation to piece together a case with a surprising suspect at the center. Included: The architect behind the murders is interviewed.
The Season 28 premiere explores how the murder of Betsy Faria set off a chain of events leaving one man dead, another man implicated and a diabolical scheme exposed. Speaking with key players in the case, Keith Morrison unravels the latest chapter and looks at why Betsy's friend, Pamela Hupp, impersonated a real-life Dateline producer.