.
March 26th, 2014
11:03 PM ET

Examining the possibility of pilot suicide in the Flight 370 disappearance

There are conflicting reports on what role, if any, Flight 370's pilots may have played in the plane's disappearance. USA Today is reporting that a high ranking Malaysian police officer says investigators believe the pilot is to blame, and they are ruling out the co-pilot. But CNN sources say investigators have not reached the same conclusion. Randi Kaye takes a look at previous tragedies where commercial pilots have intentionally crashed their jets.
Anderson discussed this with CNN aviation analysts Les Abend and Miles O'Brien.
Post by:
Filed under: Randi Kaye
March 26th, 2014
10:54 PM ET

Inside the Houston construction inferno rescue

It was a fire so big, it looks like it could have been in a Hollywood blockbuster. The rescue was so daring you might want to call Houston Fire Department Captain Brad Hawthorne a superhero. When a construction worker found himself trapped on a balcony with the flames closing in, Captain Hawthorne was at the end of the ladder just in time to make the big save. He tells Anderson, in the moment after the rescue "we looked at each other, slapped hands and said 'thank you Jesus.'

Post by:
Filed under: 360° Radar
March 26th, 2014
10:53 PM ET

Web exclusive: Robin Youngblood tells Anderson how she survived the Washington landslide

Robin Youngblood is one of the lucky ones. Her house was ripped from its foundation and landed a quarter-mile away, but she survived. Youngblood spoke to Anderson and described how the slide moved her house in 30-seconds and smashed it to "matchsticks." In their full conversation, she goes into detail about what she believes caused the ground to give way, and what she plans to do now.


Filed under: Washington landslide • Web Exclusive
March 26th, 2014
10:50 PM ET

Searching for landslide survivors and praying for miracles in Washington

Search crews are working as quickly as possible in very dangerous conditions following the Washington landslide. The mud in some areas resembles quicksand and buried dozens of buildings. Washington's Governor described the area as suffering "100% devastation." Gary Tuchman has the latest on the search.

March 26th, 2014
10:48 PM ET

Could Flight 370's black boxes have 'pinger' problems?

Time is running out to find the locator 'pings' from Flight 370's black boxes. They are supposed to continually transmit for 30 days. So far there is no sign of them. CNN safety analyst David Soucie has new reporting on the possibility that they are losing power faster than expected. Anderson spoke with him and David Gallo, who co-led the search for Air France Flight 447.

Post by:
Filed under: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
March 26th, 2014
10:46 PM ET

Australian Navy Captain: We are reliant on binoculars, night vision devices

Ships and aircraft are working to track down the debris spotted by a French satellite. They are hoping to figure out whether the 122 small floating objects are our first glimpse of Flight 370. Anderson spoke with Captain Allison Norris of the HMAS Success, Australia’s lead search vessel. She explained why radar is not their most effective tool in this search.

Post by:
Filed under: Exclusive • Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
March 26th, 2014
10:42 PM ET

American investigators take a close look at Flight 370's crew

The FBI is preparing to turn over its analysis of the hard drives from the flight simulator belonging to Flight 370's captain. It comes as new questions are being raised about what role, if any, the plane's flight crew may have played in the disappearance. Pamela Brown has the latest.

Post by:
Filed under: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 • Pamela Brown
March 26th, 2014
06:57 PM ET

AC360 Remembers Flight 370's passengers

After weeks of uncertainty, there is still no way to know how Flight 370 ended. We are now learning more about the 239 people on board. Some of their families and loved ones shared snapshots. We wanted to honor them by taking a look at how they lived their lives.

See our gallery

Post by:
Filed under: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
March 26th, 2014
12:16 AM ET

Rescuers race to find victims after Washington landslide

It has been days since rescuers in rural Washington pulled any survivors from the deadly landslide. A chunk of mountain gave way and took just seconds to turn a town into a massive debris field. Up to 24 people are dead and there are many more who are reported missing. Gary Tuchman has the latest from Darrington, Washington.

Some landslide survivors waiting for word on their loved ones have already resigned themselves to the worst. George Howell has the story.

Post by:
Filed under: Gary Tuchman • George Howell • Washington landslide