Two tickets purchased for missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 were bought using stolen passports. New Day discussed this and other eerie details about the flight's disappearance with HLN law enforcement analyst Mike Brooks.
As international voices are growing louder about Russia's military presence in Crimea, so are criticisms about President Obama's response to the crisis. Should he be more forceful towards Vladimir Putin? What next steps should he take if Putin doesn't back down? We asked Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (D.-Ohio), founder and co-chair of the Ukraine Caucus and Congressman Randy Forbes (R.- Virginia).
Many Americans have been intrigued by the trial of "Bladerunner" Paralympian Oscar Pistorius. He's being charged with the murder of his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp. But this trial may have very different results than many expect– the court system in South Africa is very different than that of America. Pamela Brown talked with editorial producer and South African native Nadia Bilchik who explains how some of these differences go all the way back to apartheid.
The Pentagon admits to studying the body language of Vladimir Putin in 2008. While they said publicly they have not studied it since the Ukraine crisis began, body language expert Janine Driver says a lot can be derived from studying these subtleties. Driver explains what some of Putin's most recent non-verbal behaviors could mean.