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March 17th, 2014
11:19 PM ET

Hope and uncertainty for Flight 370 families

For the friends and family of the 239 people onboard Flight 370, it has been a week and a half without answers. Grief counselor Paul Yin is working with the families who are holding out hope while preparing for the worst.
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March 17th, 2014
11:17 PM ET

Jim Tilmon: Where was ground control in all of this?

There are no shortage of theories about what may have happened to Flight 370. Anderson spoke with retired American Airlines pilot Jim Tilmon and MIT Aeronautics and Astronautics professor John Hansman about which theories are most plausible. Mr. Hansman told Anderson so far there is not enough data "to make a reasonable conclusion."
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March 17th, 2014
11:16 PM ET

Investigators search homes of Flight 370 pilots

Investigators in Malaysia have searched the homes of Flight 370's two pilots. Authorities are taking a close look at a flight simulator in the captain's house. But it isn't just the crew that have investigators attention, one passenger is coming under new scrutiny. Kyung Lah is in Kuala Lampur with the latest.

 

 

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March 17th, 2014
11:14 PM ET

What may have happened inside the cockpit?

Unless you are a commercial pilot, it's hard to visualize what may have been happening in Flight 370's cockpit. Martin Savidge walks through several scenarios in a Boeing 777 simulator. CNN's Richard Quest joins the conversation and says "no one could come up with a scenario that makes sense with the facts that know so far."
March 17th, 2014
11:13 PM ET

U.S. Navy Commander on searching the Indian Ocean: There probably isn't enough ships and aircraft in the world to search every inch

The U.S. is one of 25 nations searching for Flight 370. Navy Commander William Marks tells Anderson his ship the USS Blue Ridge is moving into a new area closer to Burma while aircraft with longer range search the Indian Ocean. He compared this search to trying to find one person between New York and California without having any more information to go on.
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March 17th, 2014
11:11 PM ET

Flight 370's timeline adds to the mystery

Ten days after Flight 370 disappeared there are still few answers. 25 countries are searching for the plane as investigators still try to figure the flight path. Authorities are closely looking at who was on onboard and who had the know-how to disable the plane's two communications systems. Jim Clancy lays out the latest timeline of events in this mystery.

Anderson discussed this with  David Gallo who helped lead the search for Air France Flight 447, former Homeland Security Adviser Fran Townsend and 777 Captain Les Abend.

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March 17th, 2014
05:50 PM ET

First Look: “CNN Special Report: The Survivor Diaries”

  “CNN Special Report: The Survivor Diaries” premiers Tuesday, April 8th at 10pm ET on CNN.

Follow the journey of  professional dancer Adrianne Haslet-Davis, a Boston Marathon bombing survivor who had her lower left leg amputated after shrapnel tore through it. Haslet-Davis agreed not only to allow CNN to follow her journey to recovery, but also agreed to film her everyday life in video diaries. The exclusive videos she shared with CNN paint a raw, honest and at times heart-breaking picture of a woman battling extreme physical and emotional challenges.

The riveting one-hour documentary, hosted by Anderson Cooper, will take viewers through Adrianne’s journey from her tentative first steps in a prosthetic leg to her making good on her promise of a dance lesson for Anderson Cooper. Cooper first met Adrianne in her hospital room just one week after the tragedy and during their interview she vowed that she would dance again. Cooper was inspired by her resilience in the face of such adversity. “From the first time I met her, I knew that if anyone could overcome such huge odds and dance again after such a traumatic injury, it was her,” said Cooper. He was also heartened, but a bit intimidated, by another promise Adrianne made. “She told me once she was dancing again, that she’d give me a dance lesson. I’m a horrible dancer so I need the help,” said Cooper.