John Hinckley Jr. Freed 35 Years After Reagan Assassination AttemptThe man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981 has been released from a Washington mental hospital for good, more than 35 years after the shooting.
Judge: Reagan Shooter Can Leave Hospital To Live In VirginiaThirty-five years after he tried to assassinate former President Ronald Reagan, John Hinckley Jr. will be allowed to leave a mental hospital and live with his mother in Virginia, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Former First Lady Nancy Reagan Dies At 94Former First Lady of the United States Nancy Reagan died Sunday morning at her home in Los Angeles. She was 94 years old.
Poll: U.S. Divided Over Obama's Performance Americans are divided on President Barack Obama's overall job rating, according to a new poll.
TOTT: Renowned Chef Serves Up Dishes At Historic HouseAmong a South Florida oasis of time gone by is the treasured Vizcaya Café and Gift Shop in the historic Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.
Guests Drawing The Partisan Spotlight At State Of The Union To see the other stars of the State of the Union Tuesday night, you'd have to look up — way up, to the visitors' gallery circling the room above President Barack Obama's head.
Bush Father, Son Want Jeb Bush Run For White HouseJeb Bush's family is saying he should run for president.
Opinion: Go vote.Now, the question is: Is the country better off than it was four years ago? Anyone – including you – can answer that question.
Gallup Poll: Obama Opens Up Six Point Lead Over RomneyAs former President Bill Clinton prepares to speak in Miami, the man he stumped for at the Democratic National Convention has opened up a six-point lead over his Republican challenger.
Opinion: Preview Of November? Democrats Trounce Republicans In Convention RatingsThe early returns are in and, according to the Neilson rating company, the Democrats beat the Republicans... and the NFL.
Jeb Bush Unsure Reagan Could Win Republican Nomination TodayFormer Florida governor Jeb Bush has driven a wedge between hard-core conservatives and their icon, former President Ronald Reagan.
Gingrich Taking Conservative FlakJust hours before his next scheduled debate, right-wing commentators and writers have unloaded on the former Speaker of the House.