Ronald Reagan

How The Media Covered Ronald Reagan's Attempted Assassination
Mark David Chapman said the decision to kill the former Beatle was “my big answer to everything. I wasn’t going to be a nobody, anymore.”
Democrats have introduced a series of bills targeting the court on specific issues like abortion and changes to its makeup.
The would-be assassin, now granted total freedom, is hoping to launch a singing career.
As Pride Month kicked off, Jill Biden celebrated a new postage stamp of Nancy Reagan, whose husband’s administration ignored gay men dying of AIDS.
A federal judge ruled on Wednesday that John Hinckley Jr., who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, is “no longer a danger to himself or others.”
After Hinckley announced the show, at least three people asked him on Twitter if he needed an opening act.
The university will pay $243.6 million to 203 women who said they were groped or otherwise abused by Dr. James Heaps over a 35-year career.
The "Last Week Tonight" host exclaimed "WTF" to a common complaint about people who live on the streets.
A federal judge says the man who tried to assassinate Ronald Reagan can be released unconditionally from the restrictions he's been living under next year.