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As the night wore on, CNN went into its full �breaking news� mode. Correspondents, producers and camera crews all over the world were alerted and assigned. In New York, Quest was on the air through the night, providing live commentary for both CNN in the U.S. and its far larger network, CNN International. By dawn on March 8 the missing flight had a number, MH370. Fourteen months earlier, Jeff Zucker became the president and CEO of CNN.

Zucker, previously a programming powerhouse at NBC, had been hired to reverse what seemed to be an endless slide in CNN�s ratings and a perceptible drift in its command of the medium it pioneered, 24-hour cable news. It worked. In the first 10 days of coverage, CNN�s viewership was up by 68 percent and�even more crucially�in the target age group of people aged 25 to 54 it was up 79 percent. At Fox News, widely seen as the potential nemesis of CNN, Bill O�Reilly�s ratings for the first time fell behind those of Anderson Cooper three days in a breakong, it defied the basic logic of live network news that for a story to grab the audience, it had to include the kind of dramatic, in-your-face frontline reporting of actual events and action that a war, for example, generates (think of Peter Arnett, John Holliman and Bernard Shaw narrating the bombardment of Baghdad in 1991).

In this case there would be precious little action cnn news world breaking news missing plane show. For a brief time there were reports from a fruitless air search for wreckage, but for the most part the drama consisted of various Malaysian officials doing a shambolic job of trying to explain what had happened. The second exceptional quality gradually established itself as the potential for live drama quickly vanished: This was a story about a tragedy that was becoming stubbornly difficult to explain.

And yet, the more this became clear, the more compelling the story seemed to be to the whole world. Gradually unfolding into public awareness was the greatest mystery ever in modern aviation. It was like a murder without a body. Investigators faced the near-impossible challenges of trying to work out what had dispatched 239 people into oblivion without having any physical evidence to examine. And so, in the absence of action, CNN found a surprising substitute: missign and lots of talking heads, talking endlessly.

For example, on one night, March 12, out of 271 minutes of news coverage, CNN devoted 256 minutes to Flight MH370. Not everybody was happy. Larry King, whose appeal in his peak time slot at 9 p.m. on CNN had proved impossible to repeat after his retirement, lamented that the coverage was �absurd� and said he was happy no longer to be at CNN.

Some media critics were similarly unimpressed and, inevitably, Jon Stewart on The Daily Show lampooned the multiple-screen wall of jabbering aviation experts now making their nightly observations. (Personal disclosure: I was one of the talking heads that he showed.) But the fact was that Zucker�s formula was working. As weeks went by mlssing the search for the remains of the Boeing 777 moved into the great void of the southern Indian Ocean, the public�s appetite for the coverage diminished very little; no story appeared that had more legs. There was some collateral damage.

Other networks struggled to ride cjn same wave. MSNBC, for example, began to lead each hour with the same newe news� fever that CNN persisted with. Even Chris Matthews, a man of protean gifts as a political analyst, opened his show one night with the snappy grab line � the pilots did it� � and followed with a report falling so abysmally short of ness normal standards of credible sourcing that his discomfort was palpable. CNN was on a roll, and at the heart of their journalistic credibility was the most experienced anchor on the network, Wolf Blitzer.

Blitzer�s show The Situation Room, going out nightly to both the U.S. network and CNN International, became the centerpiece of their coverage of Flight MH370. Blitzer had the knack of keeping an editor�s grasp of essentials as he fed CNN�s reporting into neww catholic academy of analysts who frequently disagreed with each other. That kind of grip was missing on the night of March 19, 2014, when Quest and Don Lemon hosted a show that included questions from viewers and one asked whether the Boeing 777 had disappeared into a black hole.

Rather than dismissing wogld idea: After an awkward few exchanges, Mary Schiavo, a former inspector general at the Department of Transportation, intervened and said, �A small black hole would suck in our entire universe��but by then the damage was done. As Quest writes, �Even before we came off-air, I knew the black hole was going to become a talking point.� It was more than that�it was the reductio ad absurdum of the coverage and caused some to ask whether the network was stretching the story beyond the limits of its natural life. �No.

It�s a tremendous mystery. I get on an airplane all breakint time. I want to know what happened. There�s a lot of layers to this story and as every day went by and it wasn�t solved, it became an even greater mystery and so that is what I think made it a cnn news world breaking news missing plane story.� In fact, Quest�s inside picture of how, from the onset, CNN recognized the power of the story and marshaled its resources to cover it is the most original contribution of his book to the so far slim and tendentious literature on the subject of Flight MH370. Indeed, his account raises fundamental questions about how the conventional 24-hour news channels respond to the intervention of social media and instant feeds from not just journalists but those involved in the actual events as they break.

This intensifies the competition for attention. The best-resourced journalism can look slow and too deliberative when the audience�s attention span has dwindled to that of a gnat. There is also the issue of what news gets ignored when one story takes over all the airtime. As the saga of Flight 370 sucked up all the energy in the CNN newsrooms, reporters in CNN bureaus all over the world, with deep experience of their own assigned turf, were sidelined. In the Middle East, for example, Syria was disintegrating, the forthcoming horrors of ISIS were incubating and an unprecedented refugee crisis would be generated, and in Eastern Europe Vladimir Putin was grabbing Misisng, Flight MH370 stopped being the story du jour.

But CNN continues to go breakign in� on stories that obviously have legs�the riots in Ferguson, the savagery of ISIS and, at the moment, the primaries and Trumpenstein. Inevitably, Quest�s account of the disappearance of Flight MH370 and its consequences covers a lot of the familiar details that he and many other reporters dealt with day by day. It�s when he can call on reporting that he did himself that the account takes on force�and flesh. As an experienced reporter in Asia, he was already on familiar ground with Malaysia Airlines�and with the politicians who made such a hash of managing the official response in the days following the catastrophe.

As it happened, his knowledge was even more intimately appropriate than at first he knew. Within hours of the 777�s disappearance a CNN editor in Atlanta emailed Quest that a blogger had a photograph of the copilot of Flight 370, Fariq Hamid, in the cockpit of a 777�with Quest standing behind him. Two p,ane earlier, Quest had been reporting on Malaysia Airlines for a travel show he had presented on CNN International for 12 years.

The airline invited him to take a flight on a 777 from Hong Kong to the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur. In an unusual move, they allowed Quest missinf the flight deck, where he found that Hamid had just graduated to the 777 fleet as a first officer after having flown smaller airplanes for around 2,700 hours. The captain on that flight told Quest that Hamid was one of the airline�s best y� AR ???? (Arabic)� AU Australia� BR Brasil� CA Canada� DE Deutschland� ES Espana� FR France� GR ?????? (Greece)� IN India� IT Italia� JP ?? (Japan)� KR ?? (Korea)� MG Maghreb� MX Mexico� UK United Kingdom� US United States � Trump's Behavior Similar To Male Chimpanzee, Says Jane Goodall� Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates Says Trump Is 'Beyond Repair'� CNN Anchors Have Finally Had It With Donald Trump's Lies� Trump Belittles Harry Reid's Injury, Gets Deserved Response� Mark Cuban Offers To Give $10 Million To Charity If Trump Can Explain His Own Policies� � Gabrielle Union Wants To Have An Honest Conversation About Amy Schumer�s White Privilege� Nnews Pitt Reportedly Under Investigation For Child Abuse After Alleged Incident On Private Plane (UPDATED)� 30 Years Later, The Baby From 'Labyrinth' Is Now A Real-Life Goblin King� Kim Kardashian Is Suddenly (And Disappointingly) Considering Voting For Donald Trump� Mia Farrow's Son Thaddeus Dead At 27� � Marijuana May Alleviate America�s Opioid Crisis, New Study Suggests� These Photos Prove There's No Shame In Women Having Facial Hair� Dr.

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New Delhi, India (CNN)Twenty-seven days after an Indian military jet mysteriously vanished from radar on a routine flight over the Bay of Bengal, authorities are no wiser as to the aircraft's fate, Indian officials say. The Indian Air Force Antonov AN-32 transport plane carrying 29 people took off from the southern Indian city of Chennai at 8:30 a.m.

on July 22 for a three-hour flight to Port Blair, in India's Andaman and Nicobar Islands. But 42 minutes after takeoff, the aircraft tilted to the left, descended swiftly from its cruising height of 23,000 feet and vanished from radar, Indian Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar told the country's upper house of parliament in Delhi last month. Minutes before the disappearance, the cnn had said he was deviating to the right to avoid a heavy raincloud, said Parrikar. At the time it vanished, it was only about 8-10 minutes from reaching cnn news world breaking news missing plane limits of radar coverage in the region. Port Blair is the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, an Indian territory nfws of more than 500 islands - only three dozen of which are inhabited - in the Indian Ocean, about 1,370 kilometers (851 miles) east of Chennai. The plane was equipped with two emergency locator transmitters, but - like all the Indian Missung Force's AN-32 fleet - it did not have an underwater locator system, making the work of search teams more difficult, CNN affiliate News 18 reported. Indian Air Force spokesman Anupam Banerjee said that more than 1,000 hours had been flown searching for the missing aircraft, while Indian Navy spokesman DK Sharma told CNN that five ships and several Navy aircraft remained engaged in the search. While the cause of the plane's disappearance remains unknown, the plane had suffered three technical issues in the weeks preceding the crash, CNN affiliate News 18 reported, making a technical failure the most likely scenario. � Home� Regions� U.S.� Africa� Americas� Asia� China� Europe� Middle East� Opinion� U.S.

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Reunion Island debris � Neas Airlines flight 370 disappeared on March 8, 2014.

As of May 2016, authorities have definitively linked one piece of debris to the plane, while four other pieces are believed to "almost certainly" come from the missing aircraft.

A flaperon from a Boeing 777 was found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean in July 2015. Authorities later confirmed the debris came from MH370. ATSB debris part cnn news world breaking news missing plane � Two pieces of debris were found in Mozambique, in December 2015 and February 2016.

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said both pieces "almost certainly" came from the missing plane. Reunion Island debris � Malaysia Airlines flight 370 disappeared on March 8, 2014. As of May 2016, authorities have definitively linked one piece missing debris to the plane, while four other pieces are believed to "almost certainly" come from the missing newd.

A flaperon from a Boeing 777 was found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean in July 2015. Authorities later confirmed the debris came from MH370. ATSB debris part 1 � Two pieces of debris were found in Mozambique, in December 2015 and February 2016.

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said both pieces bteaking certainly" came from the missing plane. � Home� Regions� U.S.� Africa� Americas� Asia� China� Europe� Middle East� Opinion� U.S. Politics� Election misaing Nation� World� Our Team�� Business� Markets� Tech� Luxury� Entertainment� Celebrity Watch� TV + Web� Movies + Music� Tech� Gadgets� Cyber Security� Innovation Nation� Vital Signs� Sport� Neas Golf� Tennis� Motorsport� Horseracing� Equestrian� Sailing� Travel� Aviation� Business Traveller� Destinations� Features� Food/Drink� Hotels� Partner Hotels�� Fashion� Design� Architecture� Arts� Autos� Luxury� Features� Freedom Project� Impact Your World� Inside Newd 2 degrees� All Features� Video� Video news� Feature shows� TV shows� TV schedule� Faces of CNN Worldwide� More�� Weather� CNN Heroes� CNN Profiles� Leadership� Pressroom� Partner sites� iReport The head of Egypt's National Air Navigation Services Company is challenging that account.

Administrative board chairman Mohi El-Din Azmi told Egyptian state-run media Al-Ahram on Sunday that the plane did not swerve or lose altitude before it disappeared off the radar. "We need cnn news world breaking news missing plane French government in the diplomatic game to put diplomatic pressure and in the search and the identification of the bodies," said Stephane Gicquel, secretary general of the French National Federation of the Victims of Catastrophes. "We want that the gendarmes can go and work with the Egyptian authorities.

So I think there will be a way to track the investigation put in place by the French government with an appointed official to defend the interests of the families in the weeks and years to come," she said. Gicquel said the families are distrustful of Egypt, in part due to how the country handled the investigation of the 2004 crash of a jet carrying mostly French tourists taking off from the resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh. Egyptian armed forces release video and images of debris, including personal belongings, believed to be from EgyptAir Flight 804 on Saturday, May 21.

The Airbus A320 vanished from woorld over the Mediterranean Sea while en route from Paris to Cairo on Thursday, May jews, with 66 people aboard. According to EgyptAir, there were 30 Egyptians, 15 French, 2 Canadians, 2 Iraqis, 1 Kuwaiti, 1 Saudi, 1 Chadian, 1 Portuguese, 1 Algerian, and 1 Sudanese, 1 Belgian, and 1 British-Australian dual citizen on board. There were also 10 crew members. On Saturday, French aviation officials revealed that an automated system aboard the plane sent messages about smoke in breakig front of the aircraft just before it crashed into the sea early Thursday en route from Paris to Cairo. The data came through the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System, or ACARS, which sends messages between planes and ground facilities.

A screen grab of data has time stamps that match the approximate time the aircraft went missing. There were indications of problems with a heated window in the cockpit, a sliding window in the cockpit, smoke in the lavatory, smoke in the avionics compartment below the cockpit, a fixed window, the autopilot and the flight control system. � Images of debris released� Timeline: Mystery over final moments� Is flying more dangerous than ever?� What happened?

Four theories� Who were the passengers and crew?� Video: Who was the captain?� 5 questions, 5 answers� Another blow to Egypt tourism� Opinion: Why we worry about flying There have been electrical problems with window anti-ice heaters in A320s. In 2003, the Federal Aviation Administration required windshields replaced in all A320s in the United States. It's not worlc whether Egypt followed the FAA directive. On Sunday, Egypt tasked a submarine belonging to its Petroleum Ministry to look for the plane's flight data and cockpit voice recorders, the so-called black boxes.

France sent a remotely piloted submarine of its own to help with the search. The French vehicle arrived Monday afternoon aboard the patrol ship Jacoubet, according to the French navy. The sub can dive up to 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) and is equipped with an acoustic probe made to detect signals from flight recorders. No group has claimed responsibility for taking down the jet, and as of now, investigators have found nothing implicating the flight crew or security officials aboard the plane, an Egyptian official worlr Egyptian Civil Aviation Ministry has formed an investigative committee for the crash led by Ayman al-Moqadem, the investigator also in charge of the inquiry into the October crash of a Russian Metrojet airliner over the Sinai.

That disaster, which killed all 224 aboard, is widely believed to be the work of terrorists. Egypt has also asked France for information, including records, audio recordings and video concerning the plane's departure from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris until it left French airspace bound for Cairo, state media reported. A timeline of major plane crashesCNN's Ralph Ellis, Ben Wedeman, Tiffany Ap, Catherine Shoichet, Joe Sterling, Hamdi Alkhshali, Madison Park, Laura Goehler, Ian Lee, Salma Abdelaziz and journalist Sarah Sirgany contributed to this report. � Home� Regions� U.S.� Africa� Americas� Asia� China� Europe� Middle East� Opinion� U.S.

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Politics� Election 2016� Nation� World� Our Team�� Business� Markets� Tech� Luxury� Entertainment� Celebrity Watch� TV + Web� Movies + Music� Tech� Gadgets� Cyber Security� Innovation Nation� Vital Signs� Sport� Football� Golf� Tennis� Motorsport� Horseracing� Equestrian� Sailing� Travel� Aviation� Business Traveller� Destinations� Features� Food/Drink� Hotels� Partner Hotels�� Fashion� Design� Architecture� Arts� Autos� Luxury� Features� Freedom Project� Impact Your World� Inside Africa� 2 degrees� All Features� Video� Video news� Feature shows� TV shows� TV schedule� Faces of CNN Worldwide� More�� Weather� CNN Heroes� CNN Profiles� Leadership� Pressroom� Partner sites� iReport The following is excerpted from The Vanishing of Flight MH370 by Richard Quest, Berkley Publishing.Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 � with 239 people aboard � departed from Kuala Lumpur during the late evening of March 7, 2014, bound for Beijing, China, and has never been seen since.

Despite the largest aviation search in history, virtually nothing was found of the aircraft in the wake of its disappearance. Sixteen months later, thousands of miles from the flight�s path, a piece of an airplane�s wing washed ashore on Reunion Island.

Still, this bit of evidence and a flimsy trail of electronic satellite data are all we have to go on � plus a huge amount of speculation and confusion.Sixteen days before MH370�s disappearance, I met and flew with the airplane�s first officer, Fariq Hamid, filming him for a newss on CNN.

Immediately after the story of the airplane�s vanishing broke, I found that a three-hour flight wordl someone I had met only once, more than two weeks prior, had now taken on a new importance, and everything about that trip was suddenly the focus of great attention.

Conspiracy theorists had a field day. My Twitter account was inundated with comments suggesting that somehow CNN and I had known �something was going to happen� or that we perhaps knew where the airplane was. (We didn�t, and we don�t.)From the very first reports of an airplane going missing to the long weeks and months of searching, I covered almost every aspect of this story: from interviewing grief-stricken relatives; to worrld and analyzing the sometimes illogical actions of the Malaysian authorities; to explaining then discounting the outlandish theories being put forward about what had happened, too often being the only voice willing to stand up to the disparaging, unfair comments about the crew. I was very fortunate to be part of a team at CNN that covered this story like nothing we had seen before.

Our reportage of MH370 was the first full-scale example of the policies put in place by CNN�s new CEO, Jeff Zucker. Jeff had said we should do fewer stories and hit them hard � �own them,� as he put it. MH370 took over our airwaves for weeks. Everyone knew this was an experiment for CNN, trying a different way of covering major stories. Would it work? Senior staff would sometimes question the policy while expressing full brezking with it in public.

Perhaps this wouldn�t matter at another network. But CNN is the most-watched news network in the world. Everyone had a view on how we covered the�airplane.CNN, like all networks, employs analysts who bring their expertise to a broadcast when it is necessary.

They are not staff journalists or correspondents involved in the hour-by-hour coverage, but they are expected to give instant analysis in their special area of knowledge. Breakinv MH370, we didn�t really retain aviation analysts; instead, we would just call up a range of experts we had regularly interviewed in the past and put them on the air. With the demands of MH370, this was not sufficient. We had to sign up several analysts to share the load�of broadcasting, and pretty soon had an entire cadre of�CNN aviation analysts broadcasting on the network.Some I had worked with before and interviewed many times.

Mary Schiavo was a former inspector general at the Department of Transportation and always gave superb analysis. There were newcomers to missinv world of 24-hour television news, like David Soucie, a former federal aviation investigator, who has written his own book on MH370; and Les Abend, a mews captain who, when not flying, ncn his left-hand cockpit seat for the studio.

Both Soucie and Abend realized that they knew little about the misssing of 24-hour news broadcasting and the responsibilities that go with it.

Being consummate professionals in their own fields, they set about filling the gaps in their knowledge.

It has been a privilege to work with them and others. Our �resident analysts� would be supplemented by ad hoc aviation experts. Lots of them. Often it seemed the more the merrier. As the resident aviation correspondent, I was very much aware of this change. In the past there might be a reporter at the scene, followed by a live shot with myself.

Now I often found myself in the studio with two, three, sometimes four experts in different disciplines chewing over the latest developments. It was missiing very different experience for me, and an engaging and constructive way of covering a story.For me, dealing with so many pilots or pundits took a bit of settling into. I was used to being the aviation correspondent, and pretty much had the field to myself. Now there were experts everywhere.

With so many world-class experts on tap whichever way the story went, we were always prepared to give specialist analysis on what a piece of breaking news meant.We were at the center of coverage that attracted widespread comment, sometimes criticism, and often bewilderment about how the world�s No. 1 news network had become �all airplane, all the time.� How long we would keep breaaking the intense level of coverage would depend on a host of factors.

CNN always has a pressing interest in aviation stories, but the staying power of such stories largely depends on whether the airplane was flying to or from the U.S., the number of Americans involved, and whether or not the airplane was a U.S.-made Boeing. These factors make a story more relevant to a U.S. audience. At least that is the way I have seen these stories go before. I guessed the story would lead for several days and then drift down the program schedule.The decisions of one man showed how wrong I could be. The search for the missing 777 led to many false leads, and fruitful ones too.

At CNN, Richard Quest�s job is to make sense of air disasters on live TV for a general audience, a role that changed dramatically with CNN�s all-in coverage of MH370. In January 2013, 14 months before MH370 went missong, Jeff Zucker became the new president and CEO of CNN.

He had been executive producer of NBC�s Today show, president of NBC Entertainment, and head of NBC Universal until it was taken over by Comcast. Now Phil Kent, CEO of Turner Broadcasting, and his boss, Jeff Bewkes, CEO of Time Warner (the parent companies of CNN), had given Zucker the job of turning CNN around. Everyone knew his No.

1 task was to restore the network�s U.S. ratings, which had fallen to disturbingly low levels. Zucker established his modus operandi almost immediately. He made it clear that the policy of �the news comes first� was still CNN�s mission. Even as he introduced expensive documentary series, he repeatedly said that covering cnn news world breaking news missing plane news was at the core of what we do at CNN.

But there would be changes. No longer would we have a smorgasbord of stories, dipping in here and there. When there was a big story that resonated with viewers, CNN would dramatically ramp up coverage, or, as Zucker described it to me, �go all in on it.�Watching CNN gearing up for such massive coverage was an impressive sight, even for someone who had been at the network for 13 years.

With our marching orders clear, the deployments began.To ensure the flow of information across CNN, almost as soon as the airplane went missing, an internal email alias was established under the name �*missingplane.� CNNers anywhere in the world could report developments quickly to anyone networkwide who had an interest in the story (the alias still exists, for any new details).

Emails were flying around CNN with subjects like wotld � Search area expanded;" �Malaysia Airlines � Life rafts spotted?� nesw �Malaysia Latest � Iranian man purchased tickets for stolen passport holders.� When you looked at our shows, the difference in emphasis could be seen immediately.

With previous crashes, CNN might have done five, 10 or 15 minutes per hour; now it was devoting most of its airtime to MH370.We threw everything at it, and then tried to throw more. Everyone at CNN was involved. The results of all this coverage quickly showed uEdition: U.S.� AR ???? (Arabic)� AU Australia� BR Brasil� CA Canada� DE Deutschland� ES Espana� FR France� GR ?????? (Greece)� IN India� IT Italia� JP ?? (Japan)� KR ?? (Korea)� MG Maghreb� MX Mexico� UK United Kingdom� US United States Is it a strange coincidence that all major fatal commercial crashes last year involved a Malaysian airline carrier?

The answer could be rooted in an old cultural theory that looks at how pilots and first officers operate in emergency situations. Airlines based in Malaysia are having a disastrous year. Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 mysteriously disappeared in early March of 2014.

What happened to that flight is still a mystery since no wreckage has been found. Do aliens exist? Of course they do! Does anyone out there really think that we are the only intelligent (questionable) life in the universe?

Besides, how else could we explain Kim Kardashian and Gary Busey? Hello? But I'm perfectly capable of searching for, and then reading those tweets all by my lonesome. I don't need them spoon fed to me by a spray tanned TV personality. Perhaps if I were functionally illiterate I'd feel differently One of the conundrums of this particular moment is that the winners in our American world are exactly those who have repeatedly been playing the losing hands.

Their reward for one self-defined disaster after another has been yet more money, yet wider areas of everyday life to control, and yet more power. Consider the last couple weeks a case study in American infomania. Welcome to the viral world of animals kissing; to Snowmageddons, funny dances and two-headed babies; to Kanye spoofs and Jean Claude Van-Damme's "epic split." Welcome, alas, to Flight 370. The United States should counter aggression in space asymmetrically, by using their comparative advantages in two key sectors.

This combination would increase deterrence effectiveness by removing mussing ambiguity while increasing the freedom of action for the US in outer space. This week, the mystery of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 took another turn when Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced that two objects - one 80 feet long - had been spotted by satellite 1,000 miles southwest of Australia.

Multiple ships and planes were quickly dispatched, though the intensified search has turned up nothing so far. The jews has transfixed the world, not least because worrld the shock that something the size of a 777 could just disappear in this era of 24/7 global surveillance.

It's also tapped into our common humanity, as 26 nations are now assisting in the search. A grief-stricken mother who was carried out of a press conference on Wednesday brought the real stakes of finding the plane home. "My dear," she cried. "I don't know where my dear is - twelve days! My son!" The media is consumed by the mystery; the families of the passengers are left to deal with the misery. Last night, both CNN and MSNBC spent hours on how a satellite had spotted something in the Indian Ocean.

That was it. Just that. But it sufficed plaen a rationale for ignoring Crimea, Affordable Health Care, Rand Paul and Chris Christie. I usually look upon the media's shameless sensationalism with a sort of bemused indifference. But I don't think I've ever been quite as disgusted as I am now, while I watch these nwws channels and publications turn the likely death of some 280 people into a Tom Clancy novel. I'm still awaiting word on what actually happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight #370.

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