By Susan Garraty
Your daily scoop of what State of the Union is watching today, April 16, 2014.
1. Korean ferry disaster. It’s a massive operation to try and rescue hundreds of passengers from the Korean ferry Sewol that sank off the south west coast on its way to a resort island. Many passengers, including some of the 300 high school students from Seoul on a field trip, jumped from the ship before it sank. Survivors report being given conflicting guidance on whether to stay in place. Helicopters, fishing boats, as well as police and military ships recovered passengers after the ferry rolled and sank relatively quickly miles away from its destination, Jeju. U.S. Navy ship USS Bonhomme Richard, already in the area, went to scene to offer assistance to the South Korean rescue efforts.
The difficult search for flight MH370 and what it takes to locate the wreckage at sea.
Our panel analyzes Attorney General Eric Holder's claim that race is a factor in how President Obama is treated.
Our political panel discusses whether Speaker Boehner will be pushed aside from his position in the House by members of his own party.
Does the GOP have a messaging problem? The State of the Union political panel weighs in.
Our political panel talks the resignation of Kathleen Sebelius and the partisan divide over Obamacare in a lively debate.
Candy checks in with correspondents in Australia, Malaysia, and China for the latest updates in the search for MH370.
Satellite expert, Ken Christensen, and beacon developer, Jeff Densmore, say better technology is needed on airplanes.
Ken Christensen, satellite expert, and Jeff Densmore, beacon designer, discuss possible conclusions from pinger signals.
Is politics getting in the way of getting things done?
Reps. Israel and Walden weigh in.