James Cameron has compared the tragic loss of the submersible Titan to the very thing that may have led the Titanic to its own demise.
The crew of the missing sub is dead, following a "catastrophic implosion," the US Coast Guard said on Thursday.
Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) criticized the U.S. Coast Guard’s emergency operations for their attempts to save a tourist submersible bound for the wreck of the Titanic, calling efforts an “epic fail…
The messy legal fight that could follow the deaths of the Titan passengers.
Officials have said they believe the people on board the vessel that had gone missing near the Titanic wreckage were dead.
The Titanic-bound submersible that went missing on Sunday with five people on board suffered a "catastrophic implosion," killing everyone on board, officials said Thursday.
The missing Titan sub, and presumed death of its five passengers, shows us exactly why we need basic safety standards for deep-sea tourism.
Live updates on the search for the missing Titanic tourist submersible.
The vast multinational search for the missing submersible ended after pieces of it were found on the ocean floor, 1,600 feet from the bow of the Titanic.
A top secret U.S. Navy acoustic detection system may have heard the Titan tourist sub’s implosion hours after the vessel began its descent to the Titanic wreck on Sunday, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The aunt of Suleman Dawood, who died in the Titan submersible implosion, said he was "terrified" of going on the trip, according to a Thursday NBC interview.
James Cameron, who directed the hit 1997 film “Titanic” and has himself made 33 dives to the wreckage, offered his thoughts Thursday after it was announced that a missing Titanic-bound submersible suffered a “catastrophic implosion,” killing all five people on board.
“Titanic” director James Cameron noted the eerie similarities between the Titanic and the Titan tourist sub, where ignored warnings led to fatalities.
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