March 25th, 2014
12:11 AM ET

Flight 370: Hope for rescue ends, search for plane continues

The families of the 239 people on Flight 370 received the news they were dreading. They were told their loved ones would not be coming home. The news came first by text message and then by Malaysia's Prime Minister. All this as the search for the missing 777 is slowed by rough weather in the southern Indian Ocean. Kyung Lah is in Bullsbrook, Australia with the latest.

March 20th, 2014
11:55 PM ET

Searching for Flight 370 possible debris in an area the size of New Mexico

It's morning in Australia and planes are in the air searching for what might be our first glimpse of Flight 370. They are focusing on objects spotted days ago by satellites. The aircraft were originally designed during the cold war to detect enemy submarine and hostile ships. For this mission they are racing to find any sign of the missing 777. Kyung Lah is in Bullsbrook, Australia with the latest.

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March 19th, 2014
10:30 PM ET

New information on Flight 370's course changes help narrow the search area

The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is focusing on a section of the Indian Ocean about 1,600 miles off the Southwest coast of Australia. Investigators say part of the plane's diverted route was preprogrammed to hit two navigational waypoints. All this comes as the FBI examines hard drives from the captain's home flight simulator and tries to recover deleted files. Anderson lays out a timeline of the latest developments.

Kyung Lah is in Kuala Lampur with today's breaking news.

March 18th, 2014
09:41 PM ET

New indication of Flight 370's possible flight path

Thailand's military says their radar tracked an unidentified aircraft flying west. That backs up earlier reports from Malaysia that the plane took a hard left turn. Officials say a maneuver like that would likely require someone in the cockpit to alter the 777's flight computers. Kyung Lah is in Kuala Lampur with the latest.

Anderson discussed all of this with The New York Times' Michael Schmidt, former U.S. Department of Transportation Inspector General Mary Schiavo, and 777 Captain Les Abend.

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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February 28th, 2014
09:59 PM ET

Torrential rain hits bone-dry California

California is in the middle of its worst drought in 100 years. It seems like any rain would be good news right now. But the storm hitting bone-dry areas of Southern California is creating flash floods and mudslides. Kyung Lah has the latest.

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February 21st, 2014
09:43 PM ET

The Mexican sewage canal dubbed 'immigration purgatory' by people deported from the U.S.

What happens to immigrants when they are kicked out of the U.S.? Some are forced to return to Mexico dragging everything they own to a place that's described as hell on earth. Kyung Lah has their story.

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February 4th, 2014
12:10 AM ET

California mother loses both of her sons to gun violence in 19 days

The grief is almost too much to bear for Dinyal New. It's more than anyone should bear. Her only two sons were shot and killed in separate incidents within three weeks of each other. These shootings are shedding new light on America's epidemic of gun violence. Kyung Lah has the story.


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January 17th, 2014
10:22 PM ET

California wildfire burns through drought stricken area

Dry conditions are turning much of California into a fire hazard. A massive wildfire burning outside of Los Angeles is only about one-thrid contained. Several thousands of people were forced to evacuate their neighborhoods. Some are now returning to utter destruction. Kyung Lah has the latest.

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December 12th, 2013
10:08 PM ET

Surprising plea deal in newlywed murder trial

Jordan Graham spent months claiming she pushed her husband off a cliff in self defense. Today she pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. She was married to Cody Johnson for just eight days when he fell to his death in Glacier National Park. Today's plea deal came just before closing arguments. Kyung Lah has the latest.
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