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 devoted 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. Natalie Morales reports.


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. Dateline correspondent Dennis Murphy speaks with the architect behind the murders in an exclusive interview.



Dateline NBC takes an in-depth look at the disappearance of Utah mother Susan Powell in an all-new two-hour special, Haunted, this Friday at 9pm/8c et, nearly ten years after she vanished, leading her husband, Josh, to become the prime suspect. For the first time on network television, Dateline will air private journals, home videos and emails that shed new light on what really happened to Susan, as well as rarely-seen video of Susan's son speaking with a detective the day after she went missing. Reported by Keith Morrison, the broadcast also features new interviews with key players in the case, including Josh's sister Jennifer Graves, Susan's dad Chuck Cox, and lead detective Ellis Maxwell. Haunted takes a comprehensive look at the years-long investigation, including accusations that Josh's father, Steve, harassed Susan, which he has denied. Morrison also reveals how his interview with Steve in 2011 led to police obtaining a search warrant for Susan's diaries.



Tonight's broadcast features the unbelievable story of how the murder of one woman, Betsy Faria, set off a chain of events leaving one man dead, another man implicated and a diabolical scheme exposed. Keith Morrison, who has reported on this case for over five years, will unravel the latest chapter, including why Betsy's friend, Pamela Hupp, impersonated a real-life Dateline producer.