April 4th, 2014
09:18 PM ET

Four weeks of twists and turns since Flight 370's disappearance

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.

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  1. Bisham Ramchandani

    Hi Erin,
    James Cameron used a submersible and went down the Mariana Trench, this is the deepest point on earth (6.8 miles).
    Why do they not use the same submersible for the search of MH370? It is manned and could get photographs of the wreckage at the bottom of the ocean,
    Thank you.

    April 7, 2014 at 3:41 pm | Reply
  2. DownSideofFame

    It have been a journey, of mistearious ,Deep Sea and Deeper Seacrets...
    Misinformation , cover Ups, Lead by beautiful relationship s by multiple country's
    And that's just the beginning s ...wait and see what will Be ,Som One biggest breaking
    Erin,Lucky must play a role....
    Erin pitch In some penny's .some news about Donations to travel there. Expenses ,MichaelAdams Wells Fargo Saving acc# 7572988371 smiles thanks

    April 5, 2014 at 2:28 pm | Reply
  3. John M

    Erin, what happened to your show? You've sacrificed your interesting, fair, news show for a nightly hour of 1 story where no one knows what happened? The world is still turning and there is still lots of news. How long can a show that veers from 1 Dateline-type mystery to angry folks railing about sensitive and personal social issues last? I've been a fan from the outset of your show because of your impartiality & professionalism, but I'm gone. Good luck.

    April 5, 2014 at 11:33 am | Reply

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