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Relatives of Flight 370 passengers are angry after being told their family members are likely dead via text message from Malaysia Airlines. CNN's David McKenzie reports on the outrage.
Two experts debate why they believe Flight 370 veered so far off course, a mechanical issue or an intentional human act.
All this searching for Flight 370 and the flight data recorder could be for nothing - if someone on board the plane sabotaged what's commonly called the "black box." CNN's Athena Jones reports on a troubling new theory.
Search crews are looking for Flight 370 in one of the most remote and treacherous parts of the planet. CNN's Brian Todd reports on the dangerous conditions that may hamper the search.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on the widening search area for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Hundreds of cell phones possibly were aboard MH370. Why did none of them make contact if the plane was in trouble?
Commander William Marks explains the Navy's search tactics and why they will not continue searching the Andaman Islands.
Six days after Flight 370 went missing, there are still many unanswered questions - and just as much misinformation and speculation. CNN's Brian Todd examines the conflicting reports given by Malaysian officials in regards to the investigation and search operation.
Numerous reports Thursday suggested that hours after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 lost transponder communication, its engines were sending out "pings." CNN's Tom Foreman explains how jumbo jets still communicate even after the transponders are turned off.
CNN's Poppy Harlow reports at the scene of a gas explosion in New York City's East Harlem, with the latest casualty figures from Mayor Bill DiBlasio's office.