All Things Considered for March 10, 2014
Mar 10, 2014 — As dozens of ships and aircraft search a widening swath of the Pacific Ocean, few details are known about the fate of a Malaysia Airlines flight that disappeared Friday.
Mar 10, 2014 — Mark Rosenker, former chairman of the National Transportation and Security Board and CBS news consultant, explains the difficulties involved in the search for the vanished Malaysian airplane.
Mar 10, 2014 — Organizations are trying to find ways to get people with lower incomes to save more. One program urges families to set aside a part of their tax refunds so they have money for emergencies.
Mar 10, 2014 — In Ukraine, a dangerous "information war" is being waged by volunteers who are trying to win support in Crimea, where there is a near-total information blackout of pro-Ukrainian opinions.
Mar 10, 2014 — Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden addressed the South by Southwest Interactive Festival, urging developers to build encryption systems to stifle government snooping.
Mar 6, 2014 — World War I began 100 years ago this summer. The spark — Archduke Franz Ferdinand's assassination — was dramatic, tragic and, in some ways, almost comic.
Mar 10, 2014 — Alan Cheuse reviews E.E. Cummings: A Life, a new biography by Susan Cheever, and discusses the origins of his own fascination with the American poet.
Mar 10, 2014 — NASA needs Russian rockets to reach the International Space Station, and Russia needs NASA's money to help finance operations.
Mar 9, 2014 — Female leaders she spoke to, says Sandberg in an interview with NPR, lived their lives being called "bossy." It's a negative experience, and we should instead be encouraging leadership, she adds.
Mar 10, 2014 — Before Secretary of State John Kerry agrees to visit Russia, the State Department says it wants to see concrete evidence that Russia's ready for serious discussions on ending the crisis in Ukraine.