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March 16th, 2014
12:48 PM ET

Malaysia Air 370: facts vs. speculation

After a week of coverage that relied heavily on speculation, Frank Sesno joins Brian Stelter to discuss whether news organizations have found the balance between a lack of facts and the demand for details in the missing plane story.

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