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CNN Evening News for Friday, May 09, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with writer Ari Schulman†, CNN's Miles O'Brien and aviation safety analyst David Soucie about Schulman's "Atlantic" article claiming the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 looked in the wrong ocean; maps shown. [SCHULMAN - explains his theory about the flight path data that Malaysia has released; suggests what the pings may have been.] [SOUCIE - comments on the report, the convergence of data and the pings.] [O'BRIEN - says it is up to Malaysia and others to release all the data.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report aired on April 24, 2014, re-introduced.

(New York: Randi Kaye) The million dollar search for a missing small plane featured; details given {with video} about the 2007-2008 search for the missing plane piloted by famed aviator Steve Fossett††. [Nevada National Guard Maj. Ed LOCKE†, Civil Air Patrol Maj. Cynthia RYAN†, search volunteer Colleen KELLER†, hiker Preston MORROW†, Madera County, California, Sheriff John ANDERSON†- comment on the search for the Fossett plane.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi
Duration:
00:11:00

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