[ABC News] Missing Malaysia Plane: Possible Plane
Satellite pictures show possible objects that may be connected to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
[CBS News] Possible debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 spotted
[The Los Angeles Times] Australia says debris may be from missing Malaysia Airlines jet
[Yahoo! News/AP] Australia checking 2 objects in search for plane
Australian authorities said the first plane to reach the area was unable to locate the debris through clouds and rain, but that other planes would continue the hunt.
One of the objects spotted by satellite imagery was 24 meters (almost 80 feet) in length and the other was 5 meters (15 feet). There could be other objects in the area, a four-hour flight from Australia’s southwestern coast, said John Young, manager of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority’s emergency response division.
[CNN] White House: Flight 370 search expanding to the Indian Ocean
Tom Haueter, a former NTSB investigator, sheds some light on the White House announcing expanding the Flight 370 search.
[CBS News] Malaysia widens search for missing plane again: “We can’t rule anything out”
[CBS News] CIA accused of spying on Congress
Sen. Diane Feinstein, chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said in an unprecedented speech that the CIA spied on the committee’s computers and deleted important documents. But CIA Director John Brennan is denying any wrongdoing on the agency’s part.
[The Washington Post] Feinstein: CIA searched Intelligence Committee computers
Malaysia Airlines says it lost contact with plane carrying 239 people on its way to Beijing, the route taking passengers from Malaysia across to Vietnam and China.
[Reuters] Malaysia Airlines loses contact with plane carrying 239 people
[The Wall Street Journal] Malaysia Airlines Says It Lost Contact With One of Its Planes