In the four days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared the families of the 239 people on board have received few answers. As the mystery deepens, so do their frustrations. Anderson takes a look at what these families are going through.
Jim Clancy has the latest from Kuala Lampur.
The pathologist who conducted Reeva Steenkamp's autopsy testified for the second straight day. The doctor's findings seem to contradict Oscar Pistorius' account of the night of the shooting. While the defense may have scored some points during tough cross-examination of a Pistorius friend who testified about the Olympian's gun use. Robyn Curnow has the latest on the case.
Anderson broke down the latest evidence with forensic scientist Lawrence Kobilinsky and Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
Malaysia Air Flight 370 is not the first high-tech jumbo jet to disappear mid-flight. Investigators have unraveled several previous aviation mysteries. Randi Kaye takes a look at how previous investigations may offer a blueprint for figuring out what happened to Flight 370.
John Hansman is a professor of aeronautics and astronautics at MIT.
There are now reports Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may have vanished hundreds of miles from where authorities first thought. A Malaysian military source tells CNN that their radar suggests the plane may have been flying for more than an hour after the final contact with civilian authorities. Rene Marsh has the latest.
Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto looks at how the counterterrorism community is pursuing leads.
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