An U.S. Navy source tells CNN that the search area for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is expected to shift north.
The targeted underwater search is almost complete.
Now 50 days after the plane vanished, officials appear no closer to finding the plane than they were on day one.
CNN's Erin Burnett, Deep-sea search expert Tim Taylor and Aviation Analyst Richard Quest tackles the next steps in the search and the variety of submersibles that can succeed where the Bluefin-21 has failed.
Did passengers on board missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 send text messages the night the plane vanished?
Those final words could solve the mystery of what happened.
To simulate conditions in the ocean, our Ted Rowlands submerged his phone in a salt water pressure chamber for over a week. He was able to successfully retrieve text messages, photos, and even video from the phone.
Rowlands and Computer Forensics Expert Chad Gough demonstrates how cell phone messages can be retrieved.
A source tells CNN an American has been detained in North Korea.
We've learned that the man, identified as Miller Matthew Todd, was taken into custody on April 10th.
A western diplomat tells CNN the 24-year-old tore up his visa at customs and appeared to go willingly with the North Koreans.
This comes as South Korea says the North may be preparing a nuclear weapons test, adding that it has completed all of the preliminary steps required to conduct such a test.
The timing comes as President Obama is visiting South Korea Friday, a trip North Korea has condemned.
Gordon Chang, author of "Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes on the World" is OutFront to break down what this latest news means.
Americans spent $60 billion on their pets last year.
For more on America's animal obsession, we turned to CNN's "Inside Man" Morgan Spurlock.
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Malaysia Airlines had a history of problems long before Flight 370 disappeared 50 days ago. Among the airline's incidents, a hijacking.
Ted Rowlands has the report.