CNN's Martin Savidge reports from a flight simulator replicating what searchers endure during complicated weather conditions off the coast of Perth, Australia.
Brooke talks to aviation experts about the northern shift of the MH 370 search zone, as a new theory emerges that the plane couldn't have flown as far south as authorities had been searching for more than a week.
Brooke talks to CNN's Kyung Lah and former U.S. Navy Seal Chris Heben about the challenges of locating and marking debris in the search for MH370.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks with Ed Kelly, the President of Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts, regarding the two firefighters killed in the line of duty.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin and Stephanie Elam discuss the future of airline travel in the wake of the missing Malaysia flight.
CNN's Bill Weir talks to Washington resident Aaron Briet, who has been searching for his cousin Summer since she went missing in Saturday's deadly mudslide.
Brooke talks to Joe Padilla, whose brother has been missing since 2003 when his plane vanished after leaving Angola.
Brooke talks to psychologist Erik Fisher about the Malaysian Air text message to MH370 families that read in part, "none of those on board survived."
Aviation expert Ronald Carr came on the show today to talk about missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. He says there are three scenarios the plane could have fallen into if it hit the water.
Investigators find "nothing suspicious" and "no motive" but Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is still missing. CNN's Brooke Baldwin examines the data with two experts. They are CNN Aviation Correspondent Richard Quest and Daniel Rose, a pilot and attorney.