Investigators Find 'El Faro' Missing Data RecorderInvestigators found what could be a key piece in the sinking of El Faro investigation.
Hearings Attempt To Solve Mysteries Of El Faro SinkingU.S. Coast Guard hearings looking into the sinking of El Faro are set to start Tuesday.
NTSB To Launch 2nd Search Mission For Wrecked FreighterFederal investigators are planning to return to the wreckage site of El Faro - the ship that sunk after getting caught in Hurricane Joaquin, officials said Thursday.
U.S. Coast Guard To Hold Hearings On 'El Faro' SinkingThe U.S. Coast Guard will hold hearings into the sinking of El Faro which took the lives of 33 crew members while sailing on the Atlantic.
Investigators Consider Search For El Faro's "Black Box"Federal investigators are considering launching another search in the wreckage of El Faro, the cargo ship that sank in October, in an effort to find the ship's "black box."
60 Minutes To Show First Images Of Sunken El Faro Amid Investigation For the first time, viewers will be able to see images of the sunken ship El Faro - now three miles beneath the Atlantic's infamous Bermuda Triangle.
Lawsuit Filed On Behalf Of 5 Polish 'El Faro' Crew Members' FamiliesThree days after the U.S. Navy located the ill-fated the cargo ship the El Faro on the bottom of the ocean off the Bahamas, attorneys in Miami filed suit against the ship's owner and the estate of its captain, Michael Davidson.
Feds: Wreckage Identified As Ill-Fated Cargo Ship 'El Faro' Federal investigators say they have identified the wreckage found 15,000 feet deep as El Faro ship, reported lost at sea.
Wreckage From El Faro Believed To Have Been FoundU.S. authorities have found the wreckage of what they believe is El Faro, the cargo ship missing since October 1st.
Memorial Service To Be Held At Port Everglades For 'El Faro' CrewMembers of the maritime community and law enforcement will gather Thursday to honor those lost at sea while on the ship caught in Hurricane Joaquin.
Family Of Man Aboard Freighter That Sank Files SuitThe family of a man who was aboard a cargo ship that sank in storm conditions whipped by Hurricane Joaquin has filed a $100 million lawsuit against the ship's owner and captain.