Why didn't the missing airliner's passengers phone for help?
One of the most commonly asked questions we've received is: Why didn't the passengers aboard missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 use their cell phones to call for help?
VIDEO: Fish tank bursts at Disney restaurant
A large fish tank at the T-Rex Cafe in Orlando's Downtown Disney area burst Monday afternoon, sending water cascading into the restaurant and diners scrambling from their seats.
VIDEO: Aftermath of NYC building collapse
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How virus sleuths and public health officials track the cause of a mysterious illness
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VIDEO: Family rescued from ferocious feline
A family in Portland, Ore., called 911 after their pet cat scratched their son and "went over the edge," forcing them to take refuge in a bedroom.
VIDEO: Mother, children rescued from van in ocean
Witnesses in Daytona Beach watched as a woman drove her van with three children into the ocean. Their dramatic rescue was captured on video.
VIDEO: New 'Dancing With the Stars' cast unveiled
The highly anticipated cast of the new season of ABC's hit reality show was revealed Tuesday on "Good Morning America."
VIDEO: Apple iPhone to become more car-friendly
Apple is teaming up with major car makers to make iPhone applications easier for drivers to use while they're on the road. Apple Inc. is calling the technology, "CarPlay."
VIDEO: Best moments from the 2014 Oscars
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VIDEO: NASA discovers 'mother lode' of alien planets
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