Four weeks to the day since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing, the search is set to continue Saturday - both on the surface of the southern Indian Ocean and deep below it.
The past few weeks have been filled with stops and starts, twists and turns.
Officials say one thing, then say the opposite.
It's created frustration, anger and a never-ending stream of confusion.
CNN's Erin Burnett has the timeline.
Is the Malaysian government concealing information about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?
In interview with CNN's Erin Burnett, Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim says the government installed a sophisticated radar system while he was finance minister and should know more about the missing plane.
Malaysian officials say Ibrahim, who was recently sentenced to five years in prison on charges of sodomy, is using the plane's disappearance for political gain.
Ibrahim also has ties to the pilot of Flight 370 and defends him in this interview.
It was four weeks ago that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared.
Malaysia Airlines continues to fly the same route - from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing - though the airliner changed the flight number from 370 to 318.
But who else is in the sky at that time of night?
Our Tom Foreman is OutFront with a look at air traffic and the changing search area in the Indian Ocean.
According to investigators, authorities have credible information that specialist Ivan Lopez was involved in a verbal altercation right before he opened fire, killing 3 fellow soldiers at Fort Hood.
16 people were wounded before Lopez turned the gun on himself and took his own life.
The question everyone has on their mind is - why?
CNN's Ed Lavandera has a report on what may have motivated the deadly rampage.
The families of those on board Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 are demanding answers.
They're growing increasingly frustrated with the lack of information they are receiving from the Malaysian government.
Family members met with officials in Kuala Lumpur Friday, hoping for any news on what might have happened to their loved ones.
Sarah Bajc was at that meeting. Her partner, Philip Wood, a 50-year-old from Texas with two sons was in the process of relocating with Bajc to Malaysia when he boarded Flight 370. She spoke to CNN's Erin Burnett about the meeting and what she believes happened to the missing aircraft.