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Growing up in Ferguson, Missouri, Stanley Andrisse began making poor decisions at a very young age. He started selling dope and was arrested for the first time at fourteen years old. By his early twenties, dope dealing had exponentially multiplied, and he found himself sitting in front of a judge facing twenty years to life on drug trafficking charges. The judge sentenced him to ten years in a maximum-security prison.

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A Few Bad Men is the incredible true story of an elite team of U.S. Marines set up to take the fall for Afghanistan war crimes they did not commit—and their leader who fought for the redemption of his men.

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Author E.C. Hanes will be on to discuss: On her way to a new job in America, Maria Puente accidentally discovers a human trafficking ring. Fearing exposure, the American company that manages the operation—with the help of their Mexican partners—kidnaps Maria.

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Carl Defeld discusses the power struggle between the US and China. Consider Power Rivals your tip sheet to the great rivalry of our age. From rare metals in the ground to cyber and weapons in space, the US-China rivalry will shape and shake the world.

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Grace Farris takes a humorous and accurate look at the first years of motherhood in her book "Mom Milestones". In her visit on Maine Street she reminds folks that babies are the only ones who have "first milestones".

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In Created Equal, Dr. Carson uses his own personal experiences as a member of a racial minority, along with the writings and experiences of others from multiple backgrounds and demographics, to analyze the current state of race relations in America.

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Kirk Bowman joins Mornings on Maine Street to discuss the community bank model of social development. Well-meaning Westerners want to find ways to help the less fortunate. Today, many are not just volunteering abroad and donating to international nonprofits but also advancing innovations and launching projects that aim to be socially transformative.

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May 4

True Age: Cutting-Edge Research to Help Turn Back the Clock. What if there was a way to measure our biological age? And what if there were strategies to slow down—or even reverse—the aging process? The answers to these questions lie at the heart of the groundbreaking work Dr. Morgan Levine is doing in her lab at Yale.

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Glenn Bozaan reassures moms in this hilarious book "There Are Moms Way Worse Than You: Irrefutable Proof That You Are Indeed a Fantastic Parent"


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