Bill O’Reilly blasted the media’s coverage of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in tonight’s Talking Points Memo.
Breaking news this morning out of Malaysia, where the prime minister announced that officials have concluded that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was lost in the Southern Indian Ocean.
The photos of two Malaysia Airlines passengers are under scrutiny this morning as the search continues for the missing airliner. The surveillance pictures show two men who were found to have boarded the flight with stolen passports.
Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas) said he believes the jetliner is in the Indian Ocean and that the Malaysian government spent too long focusing on the northern corridor.
Malaysia's transport minister says that French satellites have spotted objects in the southern Indian Ocean that may be debris from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Lt. Col. Michael Kay was on “Fox Report Weekend” to discuss satellite images that could show possible debris from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Ships to investigate after Chinese satellite spots possible missing jet debris.
In an exclusive Kelly File interview, Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) said authorities can still not rule out the sabotage or hijacking of Flight 370. It all comes back to the Boeing 777's transponder, which was manually disabled by someone on the plane before the airliner flew for several more hours.
In their first American TV interview, the British satellite company who gave critical data on the location of the missing Malaysia jetliner spoke to Megyn Kelly.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Malaysian officials waited four days before acting on satellite data showing the jet flew for several hours away from the area that was being covered by a massive international search. Officials tell the paper that search teams are still working to recover from that delay.
A flight simulator belonging to the pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is en route to an FBI lab in Quantico, Virginia where authorities will attempt to retrieve deleted data files as part of the investigation into the March 8 disappearance of the jetliner, Fox News confirmed Thursday.
Arnold Gordon, an ocean and climate physics professor at Columbia, joined Fox and Friends this morning by phone to discuss the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Early Thursday, Australia announced that satellite images taken in the southern Indian Ocean show two objects that could be related to the missing Boeing 777.