Authorities say a cell tower picked up a signal from the phone belonging Flight 370's first officer about a half hour after the plane disappeared from radar. Did other cell phones on board also register signals? Did other cell towers pick up any signals from Flight 370? Pamela Brown looks into these questions.
A signal coming from the cell phone belonging to Flight 370's co-pilot reached a Malaysian cell tower in the moments after the plane lost contact. The tower was about 250 miles from the location of the flight's final signal. It is raising serious questions about how far off course and how low the plane was flying. Pamela Brown has the latest on the investigation.
Martin Savidge takes a look at what this cell phone data says about Flight 370's altitude.
There are several heroes emerging from the stabbing rampage at Franklin Regional High School. One of them is Gracey Evans. She helped save lives in the moments after the stabbing. That includes her best friend, who had just been protecting her. Gracey tells Anderson, "I held his hand and he didn't let go the whole way to the hospital."
Today's stabbing is sending shockwaves through the small community near Pittsburgh. Pamela Brown has the story.
It is still too soon to know why Ivan Lopez opened fire on fellow soldiers at Fort Hood on Wednesday. It's possible we will never find out. But we are learning new information about the Fort Hood shooter, and what was going on in his life before the rampage took the lives of three people and wounded 16 others. Pamela Brown has the latest.
USA Today has been causing controversy with a recent report from Kuala Lumpur about deep suspicions surrounding Flight 370's captain. Anderson spoke to USA correspondent Mahi Ramakrishnan about her reporting. She says her source based his information on "hard evidence," but she does not know what that evidence is. Aviation Correspondent Richard Quest and Michael Schmidt of The New York Times also joined the conversation.
Pamela Brown looked into the life of Flight 370's captain and found a much different picture than the one published by USA Today.
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.
Investigators have learned a lot from previous air disasters. If Flight 370 crashed into the water, there would be certain clues that could help locate the wreckage. Pamela Brown reports on what searchers are looking for.
Anderson spoke with David Gallo, who co-led the search for Air France Flight 447. He compared today's expansion of the search area for Flight 370 to looking for something off the coast of New Jersey and then finding out it's off the coast of Oregon.
Chinese authorities released satellite images which they say may show debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The location is within 13 miles of the spot where the plane lost contact and the photo was taken about a day and a half later. Pamela Brown has the latest.
Anderson discussed this latest development with Mary Schiavo, a former Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Transportation and David Gallo, who was a co-leader on the search for Air France 447.
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