Tuesday, March 25
(Kuala Lumpur) -- The search for debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will go on, but not today. Weather in the remote section of the southern Indian Ocean where the search has been focused is forcing planes to stay on the ground for at least the next day. The airline is reassuring those who lost loved ones on the doomed airliner that the hunt for the plane, or wreckage from its demise, will go on. The Malaysian prime minister confirmed yesterday the Boeing 777 had been lost in the ocean, erasing any hope of finding survivors.