A VA Hospital looked like a model of efficiency on paper, but as many as 40 veterans died while waiting for medical care there. Senior Investigative Reporter Drew Griffin found a doctor who says the hospital hid the deadly secret by keeping two sets of waiting lists. It is the most shocking example yet in AC360's ongoing investigation of U.S. Military veterans dying while waiting for care at VA hospitals.
CNN.com has more on this investigation.
Nearly the entire search area has been scanned by the Bluefin-21, and there is no sign of Flight 370. But there are other unmanned submarines and submersibles waiting in the wings that may be able to find the missing plane. Gary Tuchman looks at these subs.
The teen who survived a five hour flight tucked inside an airliner’s wheel-well is recovering in a Hawaii hospital. His father is speaking out and says he was shocked to learn what his son did. Dan Simon looks at what's next for the stowaway.
South Korean officials are still calling it a rescue mission, but no ferry survivors have been found since 174 were rescued when the ship sank. So far divers say they have found no air pockets in the sections of the ferry where most of the passengers were. Kyung Lah is on a boat near the search zone.
The Bluefin-21 completed 90% of its sweep of the Flight 370 search zone. But finishing the job could take longer than expected. That's raising new questions about how the search is being conducted. This comes as doubts grow about whether a piece of debris that washed up on an Australian beach may be from the missing plane. Miguel Marquez has the latest from that beach.
Michael Holmes has the latest on the sonar search from Perth, Australia.
Authorities in California say surveillance video shows the teen stowaway approaching a plane. We know authorities found him walking around the tarmac in Maui, Hawaii. But there are plenty of skeptics who have a hard time believing he really survived a five hour flight in the wheel well of a plane. Dam Simon has the latest details on his story.
Divers are putting their lives at risk to reach the passengers who lost their's on the Sewol Ferry. There are parts of the ship that remain out of reach to divers. That's where remote operated miniature submarines may be able to help. Randi Kaye got an up close look at what they can do.
Anderson discussed the search with Merchant Marine Captain James Staples, Kim Petersen, Governor Emeritus of the Maritime Security Council and retired Navy SEAL Brandon Webb.
"Help us. The boat is sinking" was the first message emergency responders on land received alerting them to a problem on board the South Korean ferry. That call came from a young passenger using his cell phone, not from the crew. Hours later the ship would sink with hundreds of people still on board. Kyung Lah has the latest on the effort to reach those passengers.
Anderson discussed the ferry captain and crew's actions with Merchant Marine Captain James Staples and Kim Petersen, Governor Emeritus of the Maritime Security Council.
One of the survivors of last year's bombing lost a leg in the attack and has had a long road to recovery. Along the way, she was reunited with the stranger who helped her that day. The two now share an unbreakable bond. Randi Kaye catches up with both women to see how this past year has changed them and made them stronger.
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