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May 12th, 2014
08:25 PM ET

Did Inmarsat data point Flight 370 searchers in wrong direction?

Back to discuss the validity of the Inmarsat data that originally pointed Flight 370 searchers to the southern Indian Ocean are CNN aviation analysts Miles O'Brien and Arthur Rosenberg, and CNN safety analyst David Soucie.


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May 12th, 2014
08:22 PM ET

Inmarsat data also under fire as search for Flight 370 drags on

The pinger data isn't the only source of concern in the search for the missing plane. According to The Atlantic, experts now have serious questions about whether the satellite data from Inmarsat that pointed searchers to the southern Indian Ocean can be trusted. Tom Foreman is OutFront to explain why.


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May 12th, 2014
08:18 PM ET

Is pinger evidence worthwhile or a waste of time in MH370 hunt?

Joining us tonight to discuss the new questions around the validity of the pinger data in the MH370 search are CNN aviation analysts Miles O'Brien and Arthur Rosenberg and CNN safety analyst David Soucie.

May 12th, 2014
08:15 PM ET

Report: U.S. Navy calls for experts to re-analyze pinger data

There are new concerns about whether the signals detected in the Indian Ocean a month ago were from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's black boxes.

A source tells CNN that U.S. Navy officials are now calling on experts to re-analyze the pinger data.

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May 12th, 2014
08:10 PM ET

Dramatic video: Home explodes on live T.V. after shooting

Police in New Hampshire are on the scene of a home that exploded on live television after a shooting involving police officers.

It happened in Brentwood, which is about about 50 miles north of Boston.

According to our affiliate WCVB, an officer was shot.

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