South Korea Ferry Tragedy
Hunt for victims, and clues to what caused ferry carrying more than 450 to sink off Korean coast
More bodies recovered from sunken South Korea ferry
Confirmed death toll tops 100 as families wait in anguish for word on their loved ones; four more crew members are detained
Scrutiny increases for crew of capsized South Korean ferry
South Korea's president said the ferry captain's performance in the sinking last week was "like an act of murder." Video has emerged that appears to show the captain receiving medical treatment on shore while hundreds of people remained trapped on board. Seth Doane reports.
“Stop sleeping!”; South Korea ferry victims’ parents lose hope
Families who once dreamed of miraculous rescues now simply hope their loved ones' remains are recovered soon; four more crew members are detained
South Korea ferry tragedy: More crew members detained, more victims found
Four more crew members have been detained, including the two first mates, one second mate and a chief engineer, on allegations of failing to protect passengers and abandoning the ship. CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane reports.
South Korea ferry transcript shows deadly decision making
The crew of the vessel that sank was crippled by confusion and indecision when accident happened; death toll at 58, with 240 missing still
Divers begin to pull bodies from sunken S. Korean ferry as death toll rises
The task of locating the dead inside the sunken ferry off the southern coast of South Korea continues. More than 500 divers have been working to get into the ship as the mission moves from rescue to recovery. Seth Doane reports.
Prosecutor: Mate steering S. Korea ferry unfamiliar with area
Families desperate to retrieve bodies are angry with the pace of the recovery efforts
Capsized South Korean ferry disaster: Captain, two crew members arrested
In South Korea, the captain of that capsized ferry boat and two members of the crew were arrested, and the last section of the hull slipped below the water. The confirmed death toll is at least 29. Relatives of the nearly 300 missing -- most were teenagers from the same school -- are still hoping survivors can be found. Seth Doane reports.
Ferry captain charged with negligence, abandoning ship
Desperation grows in search for hundreds of passengers, as ferry slips below wate;
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Robotic submarine completes first full underwater search
A U.S. Navy robotic submarine, known as the Blue Fin-21, completed its first successful scan of the seabed Thursday. Pictures of the ocean floor are being analyzed with the hope that they may lead to finding Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Charlie Rose reports.
Captain's orders under scrutiny in South Korea ferry disaster
Crew member says captain's 1st message to 475 people on ship was to stay put, and by time evacuation order came, it was too late for many
Nearly 300 missing after South Korean ferry sinks
Dazed survivors say they were told to wait for rescuers instead of trying to escape
Deadly ferry accident off South Korea
Ferry carrying 459 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea's southern coast Wednesday
Ferry with more than 470 people on board sinking off South Korea
Massive rescue operation under way as boat carrying mostly high school students on school trip tilts to one side; some passengers told to jump into water
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Search features unprecedented use of technology
A British company's satellite continued to pick up pings from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 plane hours after the transponder went dark. The search area dramatically shrank because the company was able to track the aircraft's final moments. Jeff Pegues reports.
Malaysian P.M.: "Flight MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean"
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak holds a press conference the disappearance of Flight MH370 and delivers the grim news that, based on the new analysis, the flight "ended in the southern Indian Ocean."
Why is Malaysia Airlines search taking so long?
For an unknown reason, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's transponder, which sends out location information to radar stations, apparently stopped working. Dozens of ships are using a precise technique to try to find the missing plane. Chip Reid reports.