Isn’t there something strangely reassuring when your eyeballs are gripped by a “mystery” on the news that has no greater meaning and yet sweeps all else away?
The "Colbert Report" host slams his "colleagues in the 24-hour news game" for "yanking theories out of their ass-star."
Scores of angry relatives of the Chinese passengers aboard Flight MH370 set out on a protest march to the Malaysian Embassy in Beijing on Tuesday to demand more answers about the plane's fate.
President Barack Obama said Wednesday the search for the missing Malaysian airliner was a "top priority" for the United States and offered every possible resource -- including the FBI.
The airborne mystery that Malaysia Airlines MH370 has become reveals that journalism is now about "all data, no real facts, endless theories," heavy on the conspiracy theory and devoid of truth, according to media watcher Michael Wolff.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has taken the "excruciating" jet drama into uncharted new territory.
U.S. spy satellites detected no sign of a midair explosion when a Malaysian airliner lost contact with air traffic controllers, American officials said Wednesday.
Concern for a missing airliner swung to mounting outrage and suspicion in Malaysia on Wednesday as critics took aim at officials for a "chaotic lack of coordination" in their response.
The world over, desperate families await news of MH370 (via AFP) The family of Muktesh Mukherjee, a passenger on board the missing Malaysia Airlines...