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On March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 stopped communicating with air traffic control. It then disappeared.
The tracking of planes has come to the forefront since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Wall Street Journal reporter Andy Pasztor and the head of Bluefin Robotics discuss the latest in the search for flight 370.
The move comes as time is running out to pick up black box pings from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.
The potential crash site of missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 in the southern Indian Ocean is notoriously rough.
The former NTSB chairman -- who presided over the crash of TWA flight 800 -- reacts to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
The Malaysian prime minister says based on unprecedented data analysis, the missing Malaysian Airlines flight ended in the southern Indian Ocean.
A Norwegian commercial vessel is still on the scene and will continue searching overnight for traces of Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
NPR’s David Folkenflik discusses how the media has handled the story and why it has attracted mass public interest.
CNN's ratings are through the roof. TV analyst Joe Concha says this is an example of the cable news approach of today.
The Wall Street Journal's Andy Pasztor discusses the latest developments in the search for the missing plane.
In a bizarre coincidence, CNN's Richard Quest met the co-pilot weeks before the plane went missing.
Slate's William Dobson explains speculation that the pilot of the missing plane is a "fanatical" supporter of Anwar Ibrahim.
Malaysian officials believe the last words from the cockpit came after a key signalling system was manually disabled.
Andy Pasztor of The Wall Street Journal, who told us yesterday it's possible the plane landed, joins us again.
Even as news organizations confirm this information, Malaysian officials continue to deny the findings.
Wall Street Journal reporter Andy Pasztor made news today with his story about the missing Malaysian Airlines flight.
Mary Schiavo, former Inspector General at the Department of Transportation, shares her theory on the Malaysia Airlines flight.
Nine countries are involved in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370. We look at how to coordinate that type of search.
Captain Mark Weiss says he's not sure what happened to the flight, but "I think there was a some kind of a struggle in airplane."