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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: How much will families be paid?

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: How much will families be paid?

To the long list of unanswered questions about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, add one that can't be answered with search planes, black boxes or satellite data. How much money does the airline owe its passengers' families?
Flight 370 search resumes; families in limbo

Flight 370 search resumes; families in limbo

Malaysian officials say they can tell you how Flight 370 ended. It crashed into the Indian Ocean, they'll say, citing complicated math as proof.
Ukraine's parliament ousts defense minister

Ukraine's parliament ousts defense minister

Ukraine's parliament dismissed the defense minister Tuesday, a day after Ukraine's military was ordered to leave Crimea as Russian forces consolidated control of the Black Sea peninsula.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: 'We're still trying to define where the haystack is'

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: 'We're still trying to define where the haystack is'

Malaysian officials have stopped looking for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 everywhere except a remote portion of the southern Indian Ocean and have convened an international working group to pinpoint precisely where it went down, the cou
Malaysia PM: Flight 370 went down over southern Indian Ocean

Malaysia PM: Flight 370 went down over southern Indian Ocean

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went down over the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said Monday, citing a new analysis of satellite data by a British satellite company and accident investigators, and apparently ending ho
30 injured in train derailment at Chicago's O'Hare airport

30 injured in train derailment at Chicago's O'Hare airport

(CNN) -- A commuter train derailed and hit a platform at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport early Monday, leaving 30 people with non-life-threatening injuries, Chicago police said.
'It wasn't his time': Afghan journalist, family slain at hotel mourned

'It wasn't his time': Afghan journalist, family slain at hotel mourned

From a small office in downtown Kabul with views of the snow-capped mountains in the distance, a man sobs as he stares at a photograph pinned to the chair of where his uncle used to sit.
Chinese plane spots 'suspicious objects' in search for Flight 370

Chinese plane spots 'suspicious objects' in search for Flight 370

The crew of a Chinese plane searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 reported that it spotted "suspicious objects" in the southern Indian Ocean on Monday, the latest lead in a long and often frustrating investigation.
Witness in Oscar Pistorius trial heard 'terrified screaming'

Witness in Oscar Pistorius trial heard 'terrified screaming'

A neighbor of Oscar Pistorius said she heard "terrified, terrified screaming" the morning the Olympian killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. The testimony by Anette Stipp began the trial's fourth week.
Ukraine: Russia seizes naval base in Crimea, captures troops

Ukraine: Russia seizes naval base in Crimea, captures troops

Russian troops stormed and seized a Ukrainian naval base Monday in Feodosia, a port in Crimea, a Ukrainian defense ministry spokesman said.
Source: Flight 370's altitude dropped after sharp turn

Source: Flight 370's altitude dropped after sharp turn

 As a growing number of airplanes scoured the southern Indian Ocean in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, authorities released new details that paint a different picture of what may have happened in the plane's cockpit.
Search for missing Malaysian airliner turns up no new debris sightings

Search for missing Malaysian airliner turns up no new debris sightings

A growing number of airplanes scoured the southern Indian Ocean on Sunday as the 16-day search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continued, but the end result was frustratingly the same -- nothing.
China has new images showing object in southern Indian Ocean

China has new images showing object in southern Indian Ocean

China announced that it has satellite images of a large object floating in the search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, but Australian-led search teams found no sign of it Saturday.
Five things to know for Friday

Five things to know for Friday

A sea of challenges in the search for Malaysian jetliner. Russia and U.S. engage in tit-for-tat sanctions. And the fascination with Kurt Cobain lives on.
Afghanistan attack: AFP reporter among 9 dead in Kabul hotel

Afghanistan attack: AFP reporter among 9 dead in Kabul hotel

A staff reporter for the Agence France-Presse news agency, his wife and two of his three children were among nine civilians killed in an attack on a hotel in the Afghan capital, the news agency said Friday.