Wednesday, April 23
(Undated) -- Relatives of people on that missing Malaysian jetliner can now file lawsuits in the U.S. Today is the 46th day since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished. U.S. law requires attorneys to wait 45 days before contacting people who've lost loved ones in a plane crash. This means families can now sue aircraft manufacturer Boeing in American courts. The Boeing 777 with nearly 240 people on board disappeared on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.