For the first time since the Washington landslide, authorities are allowing an up close look at the search area. It is a heartbreaking scene, at least 28 people died there and 22 others are still missing. There are nearly 600 people combing the scene, and in some areas the mud is 70 feet deep. Ana Cabrera got a first hand look.
The race is on to find Flight 370's black boxes before their locators stop 'pinging.' They are expected to go silent in just a couple days. There are some serious questions about whether black box technology is where it should be. Safety analyst David Soucie opens up a black box and explains how they work.
Some parts of the Indian Ocean near the Flight 370 search zone reach depths over 20,000 feet. In comparison, Mount Everest is 29,000 feet. What happens if searchers find something, and it is at the bottom of the ocean? Randi Kaye takes a closer look.
Anderson discussed the logistics with David Gallo who co-led the search for Air France Flight 447 and Sylvain Pascaud who was a technical advisor on that same investigation.
There is no sign of Flight 370 and there is no sign of the search slowing down. Planes and ships are now looking in a new area of the Indian Ocean closer to the Australian coast. This comes as the transcripts between the plane and air traffic control were just released. Jim Sciutto has the latest.
A nuclear submarine from the UK is joining the Flight 370 search with some powerful new tools. Kyung Lah has more from Australia.
During today's event with the Boston Red Sox, President Obama paid tribute to those injured in the Boston Marathon bombings. He mentioned the recent achievement of Adrianne Haslet-Davis who just returned to dancing after losing part of her left leg in the terror attack.
Adrianne is the subject of “CNN Special Report: The Survivor Diaries.” It is a yearlong look at her recovery since the bombing. It premiers Tuesday, April 8th at 10pm ET on CNN.
Click here to watch a preview and find out more about Adrianne.
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