IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Remembering Molly Matheson

    02:00
  • Project Beloved: The Molly Jane Mission

    03:42
  • Remembering Megan Getrum

    03:12
  • A Postcard from the Field: The Fort Worth Water Gardens

    02:59
  • Moriah in her own words

    01:04
  • A Postcard from the Field: A Surfer’s Paradise in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

    02:23
  • Defense Attorney in Murder Case of Star Cyclist Speaks Out to Dateline NBC

    01:42
  • DATELINE WEEKEND MYSTERY SNEAK PEEK: House of Horrors

    01:34
  • DATELINE WEEKEND MYSTERY PREVIEW: House of Horrors

    00:54
  • The Manson Girl Everyone Saw But Nobody Knew

    02:29
  • Jane Doe 59: The Story of Reet Jurvetson

    04:14
  • Baltimore reporters discuss their coverage of the Anton Black case

    03:26
  • Remembering Anton Black

    02:32
  • A Troubling Past

    01:48
  • President of Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund Speaks to ‘Dateline’ about Anton Black, 19-Year-Old Who Died While Being Taken into Police Custody

    00:33
  • Parents of Anton Black, 19-Year-Old Who Died While Being Taken into Police Custody, Speak to ‘Dateline’

    00:19
  • Remembering Kelley

    01:24
  • More of Nancy Brophy’s Testimony

    02:36
  • Remembering Dan Brophy

    01:48
  • The Search for AJ Hadsell

    02:49

Into The Death Zone, Part 1

06:44

Every spring, throngs of people flock to Mount Everest to attempt to summit mountaineering’s most prestigious – and dangerous – peak. In Spring 2012, Sandra Leduc, Jon Kedrowski and Shriya Shah—three climbers with lifelong dreams of conquering Everest—arrived, ready to document their journey into the “Death Zone.” But they would soon face treacherous weather, and dangerous crowds.Journalist Michael Kodas, who has been to Everest himself, talks about the allure – and financial reality – of climbing Mount Everest.