"Rarely has a U.S. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many."
What would you do, if you could do anything? An inspiring answer to that question.
A plane with a built-in parachute records another save.
... and terrorism too.
Bathtubs should be 365 times more frightening than sharks. So why aren't they?
The flying world's counterpart to your car's airbag and anti-skid brakes.
Seventeen seconds of video that explain why one brand of small aircraft has become the most popular in the world.
... but hasn't.
Maybe a former finance minister of an African nation was also on the flight?
Lawyers offer their contention of why a pilot is not to blame for one accident. A former NTSB investigator directs blame at the pilot in another.
Chris Goodfellow, who has offered the so-far least-unlikely explanation of what happened, does a 90-minute Q&A.
More on the details of designing for 1-in-a-billion accident rates.
The very safety of modern air travel makes accidents both intellectually more difficult and emotionally more disturbing.
Did the airplane hide in a "radar shadow"? Probably not. Did the flight crew act like heroes? Possibly so.
Has the plane landed at a secret site? Probably not; here's why.
The absence of data about this flight is itself a significant data point.
The best reactions to breaking news are rarely the first ones.
No firm news, but the indications are grim
Modern jet planes are so safe that many things have to go wrong to bring them to grief. What some of the factors might have been in this latest case.