New details in the crash of Asiana Flight 214. CNN confirms that a third victim has died from injuries sustained in the accident.
Meanwhile investigators will continue to comb through the evidence, trying to paint a clearer picture as to exactly what happened.
Officials have confirmed that one of the two students killed, 16-year-old Ye Meng Yuan, was run over by a fire truck shortly after the crash.
The L.A. Times reports that she was hidden under a layer of foam, sprayed by firefighters to extinguish the flames.
It's still unclear if she was killed by the collision and it's just one piece of the puzzle that investigators will piece together in the coming weeks.
Casey Wian is OutFront with an inside look at exactly how they'll do it.
Both the prosecution and the defense left it all in the court room today as they urged the jury to vote in their favor.
Mark O'Mara, attorney for George Zimmerman: "It's a tragedy truly, but you can't allow sympathy to feed into it."
Prosecutor John Guy: "Did he really need to shoot, did he have to shoot Trayvon Martin. No he didn't."
But who has the momentum as the jury deliberates the fate of George Zimmerman?
Outfront tonight: Cheney Mason is the former defense attorney for Casey Anthony and he joins me with Judge Glenda Hatchett.
Verdict watch - The jury is now deciding the fate of former neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman.
The court has heard from a parade of characters over the past two weeks.
Her very presence in the courtroom has been controversial.
David Mattingly is OutFront with her story.
In the OutFront newsroom, we are counting down the seconds until the Prince or Princess of Cambridge is born. Some of us are worried about the unthinkable: the Duchess of Cambridge could be overdue.
But did you know, there is a link between some favorite American dishes and their ability to induce labor? Several restaurants across the country feature menu items that are rumored to help overdue moms pop. Kate Middleton, you too could have an eggplant baby.