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ST. LOUIS – Good Sunday morning. Welcome to “Hancock & Kelley,” where we dive into the top issues of the week.

First on the show this week, the U.S. agrees to a prisoner swap with Russia. Russia gets a deadly arms dealer in exchange for women’s basketball star Brittney Griner. Meanwhile, discharged Marine Paul Whelan remains stuck in a Russian prison.

Also on the show this week:

  • Former St. Louis Aldermanic President Lewis Reed and aldermen Jeffrey Boyd and John Collins-Muhammad have been sentenced to federal prison for seeking and accepting bribes in office.
  • Former President Donald Trump wants to terminate parts of the U.S. Constitution.
  • Democrats win the big Georgia Senate race, but also lose, as a senator leaves the party and goes independent. So who’s in control of the chamber?
  • And St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones pushes her plan for reparations.