Don't Watch Alone
Dateline has been a staple of the newsmagazine genre since premiering in 1992. Given how long it's been on the air, the show has an extensive archive of in-depth news stories and investigative journalism. Cases involving murders and missing people are frequent topics on the series that has won multiple Emmys in the news and documentary category.
THE COLLEGE FRATERNITY CRISIS
June 3, 2018
Andrea Canning reports on cases of alleged hazing at schools and fraternities across the country.
June 29, 2018
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.
THE DIVIDING LINE
June 24, 2018
Jacob Soboroff reports on the reality of life along the U.S.-Mexico border, including interviews with families seeking asylum, news on the controversial policy of separating migrant families, and fact checks on claims made by both political parties.
A GOOD SON
July 23, 2018
When two mothers meet after one of their sons disappears after a college party, their search for answers leads them down an unexpected path. Dennis Murphy reports.
EVIL WAS WAITING
September 14, 2018
A soldier, just back 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.
ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN
September 28, 2018
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.
A SMALL TOWN SECRET
October 5, 2018
When a beloved teacher and former beauty queen goes missing in Georgia, it triggers a decade-long investigation that makes national headlines.
October 19, 2018
The sister of a man who died after robbing a bank when a bomb that was placed around his neck detonated talks about the case.
September 1, 2018
Katy Tur investigates sexual harassment allegations at the United States Forest Service.
SECRETS OF LAKE SEMINOLE
February 22, 2019
Authorities first believed Mike Williams drowned or was possibly eaten by alligators until his mother pressed law enforcement to reopen the case. Dennis Murphy reports.