Kim Beazley – Australian Ambassador to the United States on the search for flight 370.
The difficult search for flight MH370 and what it takes to locate the wreckage at sea.
Former Washington Post reporter Don Phillips and former Boeing 777 pilot Roy Liggett talk to Candy Crowley about uncovering the mystery of MH370.
Former CIA official and CEO of the Chertoff Group Chad Sweet, sonar technology expert Arnold Carr and satellite expert and pilot Ken Christensen on how poor satellite data and sonar technology impact the search for MH370.
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who represented the families of the 9/11 victims, discusses the legal case for the families of the missing MH370 passengers.
Intel Chair Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California) says no better satellite images of MH370 search area exist from U.S. She tells Candy Crowley that we can't assume that the U.S can see more than what is being displayed to the public.
The pitfalls of relying on outdated airline technology in the MH370 search and what can be done with Rep. Patrick Meehan, pilot Sean Cassidy and journalist Stephen Trimble.
Rev. Earl Johnson, former spiritual care manager for the American Red Cross, speaks on loss and how families can cope after tragedies like the missing Flight 370.
Rep. Pat Meehan of the Homeland Security Committee, talks of U.S. "frustration" in working with Malaysia to find MH370.
CNN's Jim Clancy reports from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where families of missing flight 370 passengers are getting more and more desperate for answers.