"I am not committed to the fact that they are dead yet," says Sarah Bajc, partner to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 passenger Philip Wood.
Wood was in the process of relocating with Bajc to Malaysia when he boarded Flight 370. He was heading home to help her pack their boxes for a move together to Kuala Lumpur.
In her first interview since being told by the airline company that "MH370 has been lost and that none of those onboard survived" - she explains to CNN's Erin Burnett why she is not giving up hope even though it's been three weeks since the plane disappeared.
Could underwater volcanoes hamper the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?
CNN's Chad Myers says even if debris can be found at the surface, the ocean floor beneath the search is extremely unpredictable, with shifting currents and even a chain of underwater volcanoes.
Myers takes a closer look at the rough terrain that may complicate the search for the missing plane.
Remember the saying "What goes around, comes around?"
Well that rang true when one man's road rage became instant karma on a highway in Florida. And you guessed it - it was all caught on video.
Our Jeanne Moos has the video.
According to U.S. officials, the tally is now up to 40,000. A Ukrainian official puts the number much higher at 88,000.
Was Crimea only the beginning? Will Russia President Vladimir Putin invade eastern Ukraine? U.S. officials tell CNN Putin can act with little warning. CNN's Karl Penhaul is near the Russia, Ukraine border with the latest on troop movements.
Are Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's pilots to blame for the fate of the Boeing 777?
The focus of Malaysian authorities' investigation into what happened to the plane has centered on Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah and his co-pilot Fariq Hamid.
While Captain Zaharie's entire life is under the microscope, CNN's Richard Quest calls it a "witch hunt."
Are Malaysian officials condemning the pilots before any concrete evidence is revealed?
Our expert panel weighs in on the investigation with Richard Quest and CNN aviation analyst Miles O'Brien, along with Seth Jones, an expert on this region and the Associate Director of the International Security and Defense Policy Center at the RAND Corporation, as well as Arthur Rosenberg who is an Aviation Attorney.
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