There are no answers yet about what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, but we do know there were239 people on board who are now missing. AC360 honors those people.
Russia claims it doesn't have a military presence on the Crimean peninsula. But CNN has found new evidence that Russian troops are not only there but they're constructing new barbed wire borders and bringing in landmines. Anna Coren has the latest from Crimea, where she and her crew were involved in a tense encounter with armed forces.
Extremely graphic testimony in the Oscar Pistorius trial led to the former Olympian breaking down inside the courtroom and vomiting. It happened as a pathologist went into detail about Reeva Steenkamp's injuries caused by the bullets fired by Pistorius. Robyn Curnow was in court when this happened.
Anderson broke down today's proceedings with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and former federal prosecutor Sunny Hostin.
What happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 remains a mystery. Adding to that mystery is the model of the plane that disappeared. The Boeing 777 is built for long distances, and it is known as one of the safest planes in the sky. Rene Marsh takes a look back at the history of the 777.
Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, who made the remarkable landing on the Hudson River, tells Anderson Flight 370 disappeared during "one of the least risky phases of the flight." Anderson also spoke with former American Airlines captain Jim Tilmon, who flew commercial jets for nearly 30 years.
Philip Wood is an IBM executive who was on Flight 370 when it disappeared. He was living in Beijing and preparing to move to Malaysia. His two brothers Tom and James Wood spoke with Anderson and described Philip as "a guy who always had good advice." They also say they are "holding out hope because there are no answers."
So far, the massive search for any sign of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has come up empty. Officials are expanding the search area, while the airline urges families to prepare for the worst. Jim Clancy has the latest.
Anderson discussed all of this with Fran Townsend, who served as Homeland Security Adviser to President George W. Bush, and Mary Schiavo, who is a former inspector general for the U.S. Department of Transportation.
There are new details emerging about two passengers who boarded Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 using stolen passports. Their tickets were purchased by an Iranian middleman. There is no evidence suggesting the men have anything to do with the plane's disappearance. While some question whether there is a terror link, Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto reports this fits the pattern of a human smuggling ring.
Pam Brown takes a look at why stolen passports are used for international travel more often than you might realize.
Anderson Cooper goes beyond the headlines to tell stories from many points of view, so you can make up your own mind about the news. Tune in weeknights at 8 and 10 ET on CNN.
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