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.
The search area for Malyasia Airlines Flight 370 is expanding not shrinking. There are reports today that the plane may have been transmitting data indicating that it was still flying hours after its transponder stopped communicating. Jim Clancy is Kuala Lampur with the latest on how the search for the plane changed dramatically today.
CNN's Richard Quest spoke about the confusion surrounding the search saying "there is an element that has not been revealed or made public." Anderson spoke with him and Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto.
Malaysian authorities are facing a fierce backlash from the families of those missing on Flight 370. Jim Clancy is in Kuala Lampur and reports on inconsistencies coming from the top of the Malaysian government. He says officials there are "intent on exhausting every lead."
Jim Sciutto is in Washington with the latest on reports authorities may have data transmitted by Flight 370's engines.
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