Debris Retrieved In Indian Ocean
CBS NEWS - For the first time, ships taking part in the massive search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have retrieved debris in the ocean, CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman reports from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
According to Australian officials who are coordinating efforts, so far no objects recovered are confirmed to be related to the missing jet.
Two ships - one Australian and one Chinese - were able to pick up what is described as a number of objects.
No other details have been released.