The man who shot President Ronald Reagan wants more than anything to “fit in” and be “a good citizen.”
A judge deciding whether President Ronald Reagan’s would-be assassin can live full-time outside a mental hospital says it’s a “very hard decision.”
Court hearings are underway to determine whether John Hinckley Jr. will be allowed to live full time with his mother in Virginia.
Federal prosecutors say the man who shot President Ronald Reagan and three other people in 1981 won’t face new charges in the death last summer of Reagan’s former press secretary.
John Hinckley will soon be spending more time outside a Washington mental hospital.
A judge has ruled that the man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan will get to spend more time outside a mental hospital where he has been confined for most of the past three decades.
A lawyer for the man who shot and wounded President Ronald Reagan says his client has been spending too much time at a psychiatric hospital and should instead spend more time at his mother’s Virginia home.
A European auction house Thursday canceled the planned online sale of a vial containing dried blood residue said to be from Ronald Reagan after complaints from the late U.S. president’s family and foundation.
Attorneys for the man who shot President Ronald Reagan will be asking a judge to let him spend more time away from a Washington mental hospital with the goal of eventually allowing him to live outside the facility full-time.
Americans who were more than five years old on March 30, 1981 probably remember where they were when they learned that President Ronald Reagan had been shot. I remember that day for a related, but different reason.