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Sen. John McCain Reads From His Forthcoming Memoir, 'The Restless Wave'

Arizona Sen. John McCain reads from his memoir, The Restless Wave, exclusively at NPR. The book is set to hit shelves on May 22.

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Sen. John McCain Reads From His Forthcoming Memoir, 'The Restless Wave'

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Liz Phair On Demanding A Voice In 25 Years Of 'Guyville'

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Ahead Of Annual NRA Convention, A Member Says It's Sacrificing His Rights

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More Employers Avoid Legal Minefield By Not Asking About Pay History

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'Jerome Robbins 100' Is A Centennial Celebration Of Timeless Choreography

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