April 9th, 2014
09:49 PM ET

Oscar Pistorius grilled by prosecutor

Former Olympic star Oscar Pistorius was grilled on the stand Wednesday as the prosecutor in his murder trial tried to highlight discrepancies in the runner's testimony about the night he shot and killed his model girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.

Oscar Pistorius grilled by prosecutor: 'You shot and killed her. Say it'

Did the "Blade Runner" crack on the stand?

Robyn Curnow is in Pretoria, South Africa with all of the details.

Filed under: International • News • Pistorius Case
April 9th, 2014
09:33 PM ET

Husband of Flight 370 passenger says new details bring no comfort

Search crews are growing more optimistic they will find missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 after crews located two more signals that could be from the Boeing 777's black boxes.

One man's quiet reckoning on Flight 370: Wife's 'goodness counts for something'

CNN's Erin Burnett spoke to K.S. Narendran about his wife, Chandrika Sharma. She was one of 239 people aboard the passenger jet.

April 9th, 2014
08:43 PM ET

Robert Ballard, explorer who found the Titanic says Flight 370 search crews are in the 'end game'

Two new signals have been picked up by search crews that could help lead them to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

Robert Ballard is the man who discovered the Titanic wreckage.

Does he think we're any closer to finding the plane?

April 9th, 2014
08:27 PM ET

Underwater vehicles to be put to the test in search for Flight 370

Officials are zeroing in on what may be the missing malaysian airliner and have cut the size of the search zone after officials identified two more sets of pings that may be coming from Flight 370's black boxes.

With the latest developments - searchers could be just days away from taking the hunt to the next level with an underwater drone.

Our Rosa Flores has a first look at what the search may look like.

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April 9th, 2014
02:26 PM ET

Are the pings from Flight 370?

Officials are searching for any sign of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

Searchers picked up fresh signals Wednesday that officials hope came from locator beacons attached to the so-called black boxes in the tail of the missing aircraft, which disappeared more than a month ago while carrying 239 people from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

If you’ve been following the story, you’ve probably been learning more than you ever expected about "pings".

Jeanne Moos has the story.

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Filed under: Jeanne Moos • Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 • News