“He was killing everyone else onboard. And he did it deliberately," one aircraft investigator told "60 Minutes."
One disturbing piece of evidence finds Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah deviated slightly over Penang, his childhood home.
Australian Minister Confirms Debris Found in Mozambique Are ‘Almost Certainly’ From Missing Flight MH370
Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester confirmed this morning that the two panels are "highly likely to have come from MH370."
While we finally have a real explanation, identifying those responsible and getting them into a courtroom is another story.
An investigation led by the Dutch Safety Board has concluded the plane was brought down by a Russian-made Buk missile. It was not empowered to look into who fired it.
He's hopeful that more debris will wash up in different places, giving authorities a better chance at backtracking to the crash site.
The Missing AirAsia Flight Looks Like the Latest in a Long String of Strange Southeast Asian Air Disasters
The disappearance of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 and its 155 passengers is the seventh incident involving Malaysia-based aircraft dating back to 1976.
A once-promising data anomaly gets attributed to geologic activity, not a plane crash.
All 298 people aboard are presumed dead.
We don't know what happened to Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, but an unlucky few know what a plane crash feels like.
As a result, the fake passport business is booming on the deep web.
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."