Malaysia's government made a tragic announcement yesterday. All lives are lost. It ended many people's hopes that there could have been any survivors aboard Malaysia's Airline Flight 370, which vanished more than two weeks ago.
Grieving families expressed everything from anguish to doubt to anger. One woman left the news briefing asking "Where is the proof?" Malaysia says information from a British satellite company and accident investigators indicates that plane crashed somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean.
With the school year wrapping up, let's see who's watching on the CNN STUDENT NEWS "Roll Call." Pyramid Lake high school is in Nevada, it's the home of the Lakers, hello to everyone watching in Nixon.
Elim Christian School is next, the Eagles are on today's roll. Great to see you in Palos Heights, Illinois. And in Bohemia, New York we are happy to see the thunderbirds today. They are online at Connetquot High School.
We got tens of thousands of Roll Call request this year. And we were only able to mention a few hundred on the show. So thanks to all of you for your patience.
We look forward to announcing more schools this fall. And while we are on the subject of what's coming up on CNN STUDENT NEWS, when we return in August, millions around the world will have had their eyes on Brazil.
It's the site of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the planet's most viewed sporting event. It runs from June 12 through July 13. And we'll be-what happened there when we return.
Jumping back to the United States, there is an election this fall. Every seat in the U.S. House of Representatives and about a third of the U.S. Senate will be up for a vote, as politicians compete for positions and Americans go to the polls. It will tie-in the government, history, civics, social studies. And you can count on CNN STUDENT NEWS for your mid-term election coverage.