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YOUNG MEN AND GUNS – Senior contributor Ted Koppel reports on the epidemic of gun violence in Baltimore and a grassroots effort to save the community.

LEARNING FROM THE ANIMALS – Jonathan Vigliotti sits down with CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus about his new book on what we can learn about human medicine and health from studying animals.

SARAH POLLEY – Anthony Mason talks with actor/director Sarah Polley about her provocative new film “Women Talking.”

THE ENVELOPE PLEASE: KE HUY QUAN – Tracy Smith talks with former “Indiana Jones” child actor Ke Huy Quan about his Oscar-nominated comeback in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.”

LEADING THE WAY – BELVA DAVIS – Bill Whitaker of 60 MINUTES profiles pioneering journalist Belva Davis who mentored him and countless others.

GREAT SALT LAKE – Lee Cowan visits the Great Salt Lake in Utah, which is drying up fast and has many concerned it could vanish in five years.

WOODY HARRELSON – Ben Mankiewicz catches up with actor Woody Harrelson.

STEVE HARTMAN – Steve Hartman has the story of a high school football player wise beyond his years.

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