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House Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers, R-Michigan, sits down with Wolf Blitzer to talk about the dynamic threat al Qaeda still poses after new video surfaced, showing scores of the group's leaders meeting openly in Yemen.
CNN's Barbara Starr reports on a supposed meeting of scores of al Qaeda leaders, which was filmed and posted on YouTube, that may have somehow escaped U.S. officials at the CIA and Pentagon.
CNN's Brian Todd talks to the manufacturers of the all-important Bluefin-21, an autonomous underwater vehicle searching for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, to figure out why it aborted its mission yesterday.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux looks at China's role in the search for Flight 370 after some accuse it of standing in the way.
Sources tell Pamela Brown that the cell phone of MH370's co-pilot was on and searching for service after losing contact.
Tech teams are working overtime in an attempt to replicate the pings officials believe belong to MH370's black boxes.
Officials say they're certain the first four pings are from MH370's black boxes as search teams scramble for more clues.
While speaking in Las Vegas on Thursday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had a shoe thrown at her. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports on the bizarre incident.
Breaking news in "The Situation Room": A White House source tells CNN that Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on the high-tech "sonobuoys," a piece of equipment normally used in combat, that picked up the latest underwater signals in the search for MH370.