Police fired tear gas canisters and "00" buckshot as anti-war protesters fled the scene on May 15th, 1969
It's been 35 years since he shot President Reagan and three others outside a D.C. hotel – but how can a man who shot the president ever be set free?
Judge rules that Hinckley Jr. – who shot Ronald Reagan, three others in March 1981 – "will not be a danger to himself or others"
Donald Trump crushed 16 GOP opponents in one of the most appalling, vicious campaigns in history. His next victim? The entire Republican Party
Ted Cruz has his destiny, but it doesn't have to be anyone else's
"I have never worked with a more miserable son of a b--ch in my life," the former House speaker said of Cruz
Things didn't go so well when Ronald Reagan tried a similar maneuver in 1976
Group performed Four Freshmen's "Their Hearts Were Full of Spring" in memory of former first lady
Reagan lent her name to an assortment of causes, but none more worthless than "Just Say No"
The GOP more or less believes Reagan is still alive, as was clear from his former assistant's packed presentation Thursday
Every four years the political parties describe the impending presidential election as a historic event – and every once in a while it's true
Modest gun control hasn't always been antithetical to the Republican Party
Much of what Reagan said would be considered heretical by the standards of the modern GOP
What does it mean, Springsteen asked, to be an American?
What you need to know about the Reagan-Gorbachev proposal