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  • Is it Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 or just garbage?

    Is it Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 or just garbage?
    Flight 370, where are you? The Malaysia Airlines’ Boeing 777 went down somewhere in the Indian Ocean on March 8. That’s what the satellite data said. So that’s where they’ve been searching. On Friday, though, further analysis...
  • Malaysia jet search: Plane was going fast, burning fuel, analysts say

    Malaysia jet search: Plane was going fast, burning fuel, analysts say
    PERTH, Australia¬† — The search area for the lost Malaysian jetliner moved 680 miles to the northeast¬† Friday, following a new analysis of radar data, and a plane quickly found objects that a ship set out to investigate. A New Zealand military...
  • Search for Malaysia jet shifts 680 miles northeast

    Search for Malaysia jet shifts 680 miles northeast
    BEIJING — The Australian Maritime Safety Authority said Friday it had a new "credible lead" that suggested Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 probably crashed 680 miles northeast of the search area where more than a dozen planes and ships have been...
  • Clues emerge on Malaysia jet, but weather interrupts search

    Clues emerge on Malaysia jet, but weather interrupts search
    BEIJING -- More tantalizing clues emerged Thursday about the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 as fresh satellites photos showed a debris field in the South Indian Ocean off Australia, but the retrieval was frustrated by poor weather. Thailand...
  • Search for Malaysian jetliner shifts 680 miles

    Search for Malaysian jetliner shifts 680 miles
    PERTH, Australia — The search zone for the Malaysian airliner that crashed in the Indian Ocean nearly three weeks ago has shifted 680 miles to the northeast after new analysis of radar data suggested the plane flew faster than thought and used...
  • Terrorism not ruled out in disappearance of Malaysia Airlines jet

    Terrorism not ruled out in disappearance of Malaysia Airlines jet
    BEIJING — Malaysian officials investigating the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane Saturday said they were not ruling out terrorism — or any other causes — as reports emerged that two Europeans listed on the passenger manifest...
  • 239 feared lost on missing Malaysia Airlines flight to China

    239 feared lost on missing Malaysia Airlines flight to China
    BEIJING — A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 239 people from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing remained missing hours after it lost contact with air traffic controllers Saturday, and a search-and-rescue effort was underway, officials said. Flight MH370,...
  • Search and rescue effort launched for missing Malaysia Airlines plane

    Search and rescue effort launched for missing Malaysia Airlines plane
    BEIJING – A Malaysia Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing was missing Saturday, the airline said, and a search and rescue effort was launched to find the plane. Flight MH370 with 227 passengers and 12 crew members aboard was scheduled to...
  • Boeing 777: 1 of the most popular, safest jets

    Boeing 777: 1 of the most popular, safest jets
    The Boeing 777 flown by Malaysia Airlines that disappeared Saturday morning over the South China Sea is one of the world's most popular — and safest — jets. The long-range jumbo jet has helped connect cities at the far ends of the globe,...
  • U.S. Navy sends underwater drone to help in Malaysia plane search

    U.S. Navy sends underwater drone to help in Malaysia plane search
    The U.S. Navy is sending an advanced underwater drone outfitted with sonar equipment to the southern Indian Ocean as part of search efforts to find missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The 16-foot, 1,650-pound unmanned submarine is currently aboard the...
  • Durable goods orders rebound strongly in February on aircraft demand

    Durable goods orders rebound strongly in February on aircraft demand
    WASHINGTON -- Demand for cars, aircraft and other durable goods surged last month, a stronger-than-expected rebound after two months of decreases, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. New orders jumped 2.2% in February after declining by 1.3% the...