Colorado satellite imaging company DigitalGlobe is asking the public for help in the search efforts for the missing Malaysian airliner based on high-resolution images of the Gulf of Thailand — the flight’s last known location. Interpol released the names of the two mystery passengers that used stolen passports and confirmed the pair were not linked to terrorism.
There are still many more questions than answers in the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Judy Woodruff asks former NTSB investigator Alan Diehl and former NTSB board member John Goglia to speculate on different known factors and possible theories. Continue reading
Interpol has confirmed that at least two passports used by passengers aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight were registered in its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database, the international police agency said on Sunday. Continue reading
According to aviation security expert Rafi Ron, although two passengers who successfully boarded Malaysian Air flight 370 were reportedly carrying stolen passports, only time and investigation will determine if the apparent security breach is related to the jet’s disappearance. Rafi joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the state of international airport security. Continue reading
Federal safety officials say a team of experts is en route to Asia to be ready to assist in the investigation of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner that disappeared with 239 people on board. Continue reading
The State Department confirms that three Americans were aboard the Malaysia Airlines jet that vanished Saturday. Continue reading
Rescue crews from multiple countries were still searching on Sunday for a Malaysia Airlines plane missing off the southern coast of Vietnam — more than 20 hours after the Boeing 777-200 aircraft carrying 239 people vanished early Saturday morning. Continue reading