Chinese satellites spotted a 75-foot-long object in the southern Indian Ocean, and an international flotilla of ships are en route to investigate. Sources report that India has found no evidence the plane flew through its airspace, making the satellite debris lead more solid.
Reeva Steenkamp: Oscar Pistorius' girlfriend was shot first in the hip, testified a ballistics expert. Why where and when Reeva Steenkamp was shot matters to the finding of guilt or innocence of the 'Blade Runner.'
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Large objects were seen by satellite floating in the Indian Ocean, 1,500 miles southwest of Perth. Malaysian officials called it a "credible lead.' But there have been many false leads in the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Police have linked 12 crimes to one man over a six-year period, all assaults of young girls in southern Portugal. Officials seek to establish whether the offender is connected to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: The search area has shrunk to 230,000 sq miles, roughly the size of Spain and Portugal. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 most likely flew into the southern Indian Ocean, says a source close to the investigation.
China appears to be testing a kinetic interceptor launched by a new rocket that could reach geostationary orbit. China's new anti-satellite weapon appears to be based on a road-mobile ballistic missile.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Chinese officials found no connection to Uighur Muslim separatists among the passengers or crew on the Malaysia Airways flight that disappeared March 8. China says 21 of its satellites are now searching for the missing flight.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Two minutes after the last voice communication with the copilot of Flight 370, the transponder was shut off. The Malaysia Airlines flight apparently flew west on standard flight routes. Was that to avoid suspicion?
Hellfire missiles: The US delivered 100 Hellfire missiles to help Iraqi forces fight against an Al Qaeda splinter group. The Iraqi warplanes frequently fire Hellfire missiles at militant positions in the embattled western Anbar province.
The pilot told air traffic controllers that everything was all right, even though one of the plane's communication systems had already been disabled. Now, authorities are investigating the pilot to see if there are any clues to the plane's disappearance in his past.