Missouri, 2014: Gary and Jan Tyrrell, collectors of valuable antiquities, are found dead in their home. Their daughter is suspected first but is ruled out when her answers during questioning are corroborated. Then they ...
Joyce Mitchell, the New York prison seamstress who helped two inmates escape, shares her story; Mitchell's husband, Lyle, and son, Tobey, share their feelings; Richard Matt and David Sweat's criminal history and escape.
Dateline NBC looks at the rape accusations against comedian Bill Cosby. It gathers twenty seven of his accusers for an group interview in which the woman discuss their assaults. She also interviews separately several Cosby accusers who came forward in 2005 but remained anonymous when they testified under oath.
Texas, 1993: 16-year-old Daniel Villegas confesses to a murder but later claims he's innocent. Ten years later a relative-in-law, John Mimbella, promises to free him after seeing the effects on his family.
California, 1997: Pegye Bechler, a physical therapist in Orange County, goes missing after an alleged boating accident while with her husband Eric. Tina New is Eric's next love interest. Gradually she learns the truth.
Ohio, 2009: Ray Kotomski, a retired and divorced corrections officer, goes through marriage and children again. After separating from his wife, he is found in his home unconscious and his wife decides to let him go after being in a coma for three days. Suicide? Or murder?
North Carolina, 2007: Denita Monique Smith, a graduate student and budding photographer, is found dead on the stairs of her apartment complex. A 911 caller leads detectives to believe the victim's fiancé is the key to solving the case.
Montana, 1996: Bryan Rein, a veterinarian in the small town of Geraldine, was murdered in his home with his own gun. Initially ruled as a suicide because a 911 caller described it that way, it eventually was ruled a homicide. A 20-year odyssey for justice would ensue.
California, 2010: Two actors, Rachel Buffett and Daniel Wozniak, are at the center of the investigation of two murders. In a major plot twist, as they were about to be married, one had something to confess and the other dealt with the fallout.
Oregon, 2006: Stacy and Jason Bingham are told that all FIVE of their children are susceptible to heart issues, even with no history of heart disease in their families, as one child undergoes a heart transplant and another child's heart begins to fail.
Michigan, 2014: Oncologist Farid Fata has a word-of-mouth reputation for being one of the best cancer doctors in the Detroit area. But, after years of other health care professionals questioning his aggressive treatment techniques, federal authorities step in. The 550+ victims of the 'death doctor' emerge.
Missouri, 2015: Russ Faria was convicted of murdering his wife in 2011. He got a re-trial four years later. This time, the trial was decided only by a judge. But the prosecution had 'explosive' new evidence to present.
Dateline updates the case of Eric Glisson who was convicted of a 1995 murder in the Bronx, along with five other people. He served nearly two decades in jail before being released because the sole witness against him was found to be unreliable. Since his release Glisson has tried to reconnect with his family, has welcomed the birth of a new baby daughter, and has filed a lawsuit against both the state and city of New York for his wrongful conviction.
USA, 2016: The Netflix 10-part documentary Making a Murderer catches fire as a binge-watching phenomenon. Dateline investigated the case in 2005, but this updates the case with surprising information not included in the documentary. Includes interviews with a victim, a prosecutor and a defense attorney.
California, 2012: California boy Jason Harper is murdered in his home. His wife Julie and children go missing, until her attorney arranges for her to turn herself in almost two days after the murder. But she wasn't talking. Then she was called as a witness during the trial. She started talking.
Florida, 2012: Sam Dreher, a fire department medic, is shot four times and is found on the stairs of an apartment complex. In a love triangle (actually a love square) involving Ashley Madison, the flames of jealousy destroy everything around them.
Texas, 2014: In 1993 16-year-old Daniel Villegas confesses to a murder but later claims he's innocent. Ten years later his new father-in-law works on freeing him. His conviction was overturned in 2013 and he was released in January, 2014. This presents the bulk of the same story as on 10/16/15 but with new comments at the end.
Texas, 1999: Jamie Glenda Hart, a 21-year-old college student, is found dead in a ditch after being thrown alive out of a moving car. Family and friends are checked first, of course, but DNA rules out a boyfriend and a friend. As detectives struggle to find more leads, the perpetrator strikes again.
Virginia, 2003: Robert Davis, a special-needs individual, makes a false confession to a murder as a teenager. The detective questioning him is a family friend. He's convicted but, with the help of his court-appointed lawyer and the Northwestern University Innocence Project, he's granted clemency. Will a full pardon follow?
Florida, 2008: Sabine Musil-Buehler, a motel owner, goes missing and her car is found. A car thief is fingered first, but he says he just stole her car. Soon after, the case heats up when the motel catches on fire.
Colorado, 2001: Toni Bertolet Henthorn, a doctor and mother, falls from a cliff in the Rockies. Her husband calls 911 but she dies and, at first, it seems like an accident. Her husband's past is probed and deadly secrets are revealed.
South Carolina, 2005: Charlie and Diane Parker are murdered in their home. It's just another bloody burglary until daughter Bambi and boyfriend Rick are targeted. Bambi is released for lack of evidence, but Rick isn't so fortunate.
Texas, 2001: Lynn Armstrong Reister, a captain in the Army, was stabbed to death. Her husband Roger was first suspected, since he was brazenly having an affair. But his palm print didn't match the one on Lynn. Still, the murderer was close.
California, 2009: Dave Laut, a father and former Olympian shot putter, is shot in his house at night. They immediately suspect his wife because of her story and strange behavior, but she has more to tell about what she did and why.
Colorado, 2014: Pam Candelario is shot dead and her spouse Ralph is bludgeoned by burglars. Ralph writes an open letter to the town newspaper after he recalls the incident. Things start unraveling when Ralph keeps adding to his story.
Arkansas, 2014: Beverly Carter is a high-powered real estate agent who shows a house and goes missing. Her husband Carl is suspected at first, but then the 'couple' that looked at the house are probed with deadly results.
New York, 2015: Charlie Tan is a Cornell student who comes home. Soon there's a 911 call from Charlie's mother saying her husband Jim was shot. Charlie immediately admits to killing his father. But the family twist is yet to come.
Utah, 2012: Annie Kasprzak, a former foster child now in the home of her case worker, goes missing with a note saying she ran away. Less than 24 hours later, her body is found in a nearby river. Her best friend was the last to see her alive and he says she had a boyfriend named LJ, unknown to her parents. The mysterious LJ may be the only lead the police have to her killer.
Georgia, 2011: Nique (Nicky) Leili, wife/mother/breadwinner, goes missing from her home. Her husband Matt has 21 surveillance cameras installed all around the house, but mysteriously only footage of Nique coming onto the porch was recorded. Was it a stranger? Or someone closer to home?
Texas, 2007: Nichole Payne and her son Austin Tayler Wages are found shot dead in their home. Her husband Jason calls 911 and is found in the yard holding his daughter. The evidence points to a murder-suicide perpetrated by his dead son. Or does it?
New York, 1994: Heidi Allen, a cashier at a convenience store, goes missing. Arrests are made but she's discovered to be an undercover informant, which opens up the possibility of foul play from her undercover activities.
Colorado, 2012: Ashley Fallis is shot dead and her husband calls 911. It's ruled a suicide because she had a miscarriage that day. Then witnesses come forward and the case turns in a different direction.
The armed drone debate; the San Francisco Bay Bridge controversy; Seth Rogen interview; former Princess Diana residence you can stay overnight in and the money goes to charity; kids talk about heroism for Memorial Day.
Florida, 1998: Corey Parker, a student and waitress, is stabbed more than 100 times in her home. The brutality of the crime points to someone who knows her. But the closest suspects seem to check out. Or do they?
Montana, 2013: Tim Newman, a father and hunter, is in a feud with a neighbor over public/private land access. Tim believes he has a natural right to previously public land and fights back. Then he ends up dead.
LAPD reduces violent crime 50% by developing community trust; dangers of off-label children's mental health medications; David Letterman's first interview since his retirement from television; kids give tribute to dads for father's day.
Martha Moxley is murdered in 1975 after attending a party at the Skakel home, relatives of the famous Kennedy political family. Examines Michael's 2002 conviction and 2013 release and alternate proposed suspects.
Montana, 1999: Kathryn Laird, the wife of an attorney, is found drowned. A strong swimmer, Kathryn's family immediately doubts the apparent suicide. Her husband Brian is strongly suspected, but authorities can't immediately bring charges against him and he moves to a different state. It becomes a cold case until an FBI agent looks into it again and finds surprising new evidence.
Missouri, 2014: Gary and Jan Tyrrell, collectors of valuable antiquities, are found dead in their home. Their daughter is suspected first but is ruled out when her answers during questioning are corroborated. Then they talk to Gary's best friend and things start adding up.