“He was killing everyone else onboard. And he did it deliberately," one aircraft investigator told "60 Minutes."
The creator of Ship Your Enemies Glitter is back with another evil spectacle.
Newly found wreckage, the first breakthrough in the search for MH370, might not be such a breakthrough after all.
He's hopeful that more debris will wash up in different places, giving authorities a better chance at backtracking to the crash site.
A piece of what might be the airplane's wing just washed ashore Réunion island in the Indian Ocean.
Wild theories and conspiratorial whisperings on the fate of the flight have given way to the most important question of all: Hey, how’d we make out?
People seem to believe, fairly reasonably, that the well-being and position of any aircraft in the sky is being streamed back to a base somewhere in real time. Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 carried a transponder that broadcasted the plane's location...
Somehow, it's not enough for the media to simply report that a plane is missing, presumed crashed, and no one has found the wreckage yet—they have to build elaborate narratives about terrorism and "mystery passengers."