Missing Malaysian Airliner Might Be Farther South

Missing Malaysian Airliner Might Be Farther South
(Undated) -- The Malaysian airliner that's been missing for almost six months might be south of the last search area in the southern Indian Ocean. Australian officials report today that a failed satellite phone call to the jetliner suggests it could have turned south sooner than previously thought. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared from radar March 8th on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The more than 230 people on board are presumed dead.