Abby the dachshund was found and reunited with her owner 48 hours after being buried underneath debris from the Moore, Okla., tornado. KWTV's Michael Konopasek reports.
More from U.S. - CBS News
Authorities have located body of child missing since rockslide killed classmate, injured 2 others
"60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft hosts special radio hour during Memorial Day weekend exploring disorder
Nancy Davis, 94, welcomed her neighbors into her storm shelter as the tornado bore down in Oklahoma Monday. She talks to Manuel Bojorquez about what it was like inside the shelter and whether she'll rebuild after a twister destroyed her home for a second time.
Delta Air Lines official talks about company's decision to enter oil industry fray, as well as its new facilities at New York's JFK airport
Residents sort through the rubble after massive tornado destroyed some 13,000 homes in Moore, Okla.
Watch 1968 holiday messages from families to soldiers serving overseas; find out why Albuquerque man wants to bring other films home to families
Ibragim Todashev's father tells AP he sent his son to the U.S. because "it seemed like the safest country ... As it turns out I sent him to his death"
After all the heartbreak in Moore, Oklahoma, one moment has touched people all over the world: when a dog named Bowser crawled out of the rubble, and into his owner's arms.
Regis Philbin has been part of television for more than 50 years and holds the Guinness record for spending more hours on American TV than anyone else. He spoke to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about life and his long career.