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Crowded airspace kept air traffic controllers from granting immediate request by now-missing plane to gain altitude; hope nearly gone for finding survivors
Black boxes will be crucial in determining "accident chain" that led AirAsia Flight QZ8501 to its presumed doom
A photographer uses his cellphone to photograph the quiet spaces of the Italian seaport
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Las Vegas-bound flight turned around after developing an issue with one of the landing gears
There are reports that Flight 8501 was equipped with an "A-Car" system. It feeds diagnostic information about the plane to the ground. Former NTSB Chairman Mark Rosenker joins "CBSN" with more on how helpful that system will be in the search for the missing flight.
Former NTSB chair who investigated the Asiana Air crash in San Francisco offers insight into the vanishing of an AirAsia jet
A ferry caught fire amid choppy seas off Albania, setting off a frantic rescue operation
A flag-lowering ceremony marked the official end of U.S. combat missions in Afghanistan. In 13 years, more than 2,200 American troops were killed in the fighting. Eighteen-thousand international troops, including 11,000 Americans, remain in Afghanistan. Jeff Glor reports.
A ferry heading from Greece to Italy with nearly 480 passengers and crew caught fire, and dozens are still trapped. Strong winds and rough seas have prevented a full evacuation. Alfonso Van Marsh reports.
Data from a flight tracking website showed several planes in the same area before the AirAsia flight disappeared
No confirmation they're from Flight 8501; did tragic happenstance contribute to plane's fate?
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the issues that commanded global attention in 2015 -- and the likelihood that we'll see more of the same in 2015.
At first glance the two tragedies appear similar, but circumstances surrounding the AirAsia flight's disappearance are shaping up to be very different
Non-stop rescue operations continuing despite tough conditions; nearly 200 people still trapped on smoke-filled Greek vessel adrift in Adriatic Sea
Known by many as "the Good Book," the Bible can now also be called "the small book" - thanks to high-tech scholars
After 13 years, the U.S. held a ceremony in Kabul to formally end the war in Afghanistan on Sunday, as leadership of the war transitions to Afghan forces. Chip Reid reports.
Officials say 162 people were on board AirAsia Flight 8501, which has now been missing for more than a day. Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia are all taking apart in the search for the flight, which left from Indonesia for what should have been a quick two-hour trip to Singapore. Debora Patta reports on the search.
4 nations searching for jet carrying 162 people; plane's disappearance caps astonishingly tragic year for air travel in Southeast Asia