Questions loom about the conduct of the crew of the doomed South Korean ferry - like why they ordered the passengers to put on their life vests and stay put, instead of abandoning ship.
It's an order that may have cost nearly 300 people their lives.
Rosa Flores is inside a ferry simulator to demonstrate what should happen in an emergency.
A baby abandoned on a porch in Lake Tahoe. Where did it come from?
The details are a little fuzzy.
Jennie Moos has more.
Vice President Joe Biden is in Ukraine, where he delivered some strong words to Russia's Vladimir Putin.
Biden said "no nation has the right to simply grab land from another nation" and urged Russia to stop supporting the masked militants in eastern Ukraine.
Secretary of State John Kerry weighed in too, threatening sanctions will be imposed by the U.S. absent any measurable progress to de-escalate the tension.
But are sanctions and tough talk enough?
Jason Carroll is Outfront with a look at how some of America's biggest food chains are hoping to turn Russia's economic uncertainty into profits.
Officials are now hammering out an agreement on what to do if their current search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 doesn't pan out.
The Bluefin 21 underwater vehicle is now almost done searching the most likely area where the plane may have gone down.
Ten missions, and no debris.
Meanwhile, family and friends of those on board the missing plane are still waiting for answers on what happened to their loved ones.
Sarah Bajc is one of those pressing for information. Her partner, Philip Wood was a passenger on Flight 370 and tells CNN's Erin Burnett what her and the families of the missing aircraft want from investigators.
There are new questions about why the captain of the South Korean ferry Sewol was not at the helm as the ship went through the most treacherous part of the trip.
The third mate was at the helm when the ship capsized. According to the New York Times, she's a 26-year old who had no experience navigating a waterway known for its rapid currents.
And it was only by chance that she was in charge - it just happened to be her shift when the ship got in trouble.
Chad Myers reports on why the waterway is so dangerous.