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March 23rd, 2014
01:13 PM ET

Schiff: We may never find black box

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-California) and aviation journalist Stephen Trimble on why available upgrades to track planes are not being used. Trimble says that cost is the issue and Schiff points out that once the black box stops pinging on the thirtieth day, we might never find it.


Filed under: Adam Schiff • MH370 • State of the Union • Stephen Trimble
March 23rd, 2014
10:35 AM ET

WH: 'Chasing down every theory' on MH370

President Obama's deputy national security adviser Tony Blinken says U.S. is "chasing down every theory" to find flight 370.


Filed under: MH370 • State of the Union • Tony Blinken
March 23rd, 2014
10:33 AM ET

A daunting search for flight 370

Bobbie Scholley, former U.S. Navy diver and ocean expert Maxim van Norden talk about the challenging search for flight 370. Searchers face dangerous waves and incredibly deep waters. Even if debris is found, they face the challenge of mapping the ocean and predicting the currents over the past 17 days to predict where the origin of a potential crash could be.


Filed under: Bobbie Scholley • Maxim van Norden • MH370 • State of the Union
March 22nd, 2014
07:48 PM ET

Why "modern" plane technology fails

By Michelle Koepp

Now entering its third week, the eerie vanishing of Malaysia Airlines 370 severely undermines confidence in airline security, and raises suspicions that all the post-9/11 security “reforms”–everything from dumping out bottles of water, to lines of travelers padding into full-body scanners in socks or bare feet–seem to create only the illusion of safer travel. Curiously, in today’s digital age, the mode of transport itself–the jetliner–is still sustained by technology from the radio era. While airline passengers can text on board, answer emails and surf the net, even stream movies through in-cabin wifi, the technology powering the plane itself is resigned to pre-dial-up internet connection speeds. And while today billions of devices, including the personal gadgets that can be used in-flight, are connected to the Internet, jetliners such as the missing Malaysia flight are not among them.

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Filed under: MH370 • SOTU Extra • State of the Union
Mystery, now misery for victims' families
March 22nd, 2014
07:32 PM ET

Mystery, now misery for victims' families

By Paige Hymson

“Sometimes there are no immediate answers. There will always be questions.”

Rev. Earl Johnson, who served as the national spiritual care manager for the American Red Cross, reminds the public not to forget about the families of passengers on board Malaysia Airline Flight 370. As we eagerly watch as the mystery unfolds, those who truly need answers, are families of the victims. The 239 passengers on board this flight are all unique people, with individual stories, and families who struggle to hold on to hope.

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Filed under: MH370 • SOTU Extra • State of the Union
March 16th, 2014
02:33 PM ET

Will the mystery of Flight 370 be solved?

Our experts Colleen Keller, Steven Wallace, Chad Sweet, Richard Aboulafia on the mystery of missing flight 370.


Filed under: Aviation • MH370 • State of the Union • Terrorism
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