I wrote HERE back in May about new discoveries leading researchers to believe that they had identified the south Pacific island on which Amerlia Earhart crashed her plane back in 1937, never to be seen again.
On July 3rd, a $2.2 million expedition was mounted to remote Nikumororo island, but , after having to cut the expedition short due to "equipment malfunctions," they came away with exactly... nothing, apparently. You can read more detail about all the technical difficulties they encountered while finding nothing on Reuters HERE.
According to this article, the Discovery Channel will be airing a special on this accident-prone, fruitless expedition on August 19th. Sounds like appointment television.