Rescue workers say they have found the flight-data recorders of a Russian military plane that went down in the Black Sea over the weekend with 92 people on board. Officials found the device Tuesday and it will likely hold answers as to why the TU-154 crashed unexpectedly Sunday, just two minutes after taking off from the waterside city of Sochi. Several members of Russia’s renowned military choir were on the plane, heading to a Russian air force base in Syria to perform in a new year’s concert. The flight recorder was found just a mile away from shore. It was flown to a lab outside Moscow and officials said it did not appear to sustain serious damage in the crash. It remains unclear when the data from the recorder will be made available.