Air Date: Sunday, February 22, 2009
Time Slot: 7:00 PM-8:00 PM EST on CBS
Episode Title: "N/A"
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THE DRINKING AGE -- Lesley Stahl examines the debate over lowering the drinking age to 18, a controversial idea embraced by some people and roundly criticized by groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Ruth Streeter is the producer.

KIDNAPPED IN BASRA - When the Iraqi army regained control of the city of Basra from warring religious militias, it meant peace for the city's war-torn residents and rescue for CBS News cameraman Richard Butler, who had been held captive there for three months. Lara Logan reports. Jeff Newton is the producer.

THE MASCOT - A young Jewish boy who fled into the forest after his family was killed by the Nazis was later captured by Nazi soldiers who, not knowing he was Jewish, gave him a little uniform and a gun and made him their mascot. Bob Simon reports. Robert Anderson is the producer.

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