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  • Dateline is hoping to get videos of hackers talking about crimes they committed.

    Boing Boing

  • And those guys that show up on "Dateline" -- we ` ve been doing stings like that for years on "America ` s Most Wanted" and "Dateline" has taken it to an art form.

    CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2006

  • "Dateline" - but the drama and rich pageantry of the royal and ancient game particularly appeals to Aster.

    SI.com

  • A famous blogger, however, recently told me he'd like to take it a step further and use IP addresses and some detective work for a "Dateline" - inspired "To Catch an Anonymous Commenter."

    kenneth in the (212)

  • By continuing to run 'Dateline' -- a far steadier prospect than an original drama still struggling to find its audience -- at 9PM on Fridays, NBC may be moving toward setting up a rerun-proof lineup of reality and news magazine lead-ins for Leno.

    Lead Stories from AOL

  • There's a TV show called Dateline that specializes in catching pedophiles in chatrooms.

    On the dangers of Facebook

  • For your perusal: a blog with "headlines ripped from the pages of comics 'great metropolitan newspapers" titled Dateline: Silver Age.

    Mike Lynch Cartoons

  • Peter Schiff was actually on australian media recently, a show called Dateline, he is one smart dude.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • In the interview -- which was scheduled to air on the "Today" show Monday and again Tuesday on "Dateline" -- Suleman calls her childhood as an only child "pretty dysfunctional."

    WWLTV.com Top Stories

  • "Dateline" - Suleman calls her childhood ` ` pretty dysfunctional. "

    Thestar.com - Home Page

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