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Ronald Reagan: Anxiety over an Ailing President

As the patient was coming out of sedation Friday afternoon, he got an unpleasant surprise. What had started out as routine minor surgery had turned into a...

Medicine: Treating Reagan's Pimple

At first there were varying explanations for the small scab on the right side of the President's nose. It was described by White House Spokesman Larry Speakes as...

Why Mrs. Reagan Still Looks Like a Million

Nancy Reagan's fondness for designer couture that she once contended was beyond her ability to buy has not abated. Mrs. Reagan has been borrowing costly dresses,...

The First Lady And the Slasher

Nancy Reagan watchers used to refer to it as "the gaze." It was that look of rapt attention she fixed on people, a look that implied the recipient was the most...

Nancy Reagan's Little Rule

"She set her own little rule, and she broke her own little rule." With that quip, Nancy Reagan's press secretary Elaine Crispen tried to defuse the controversy...

The Presidency A Gathering of Eagles

When the five former First Ladies and Barbara Bush walked slowly across the courtyard of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library last week, someone watching...

Where the Skies Are Not Cloudy...

The Reagans' ranch is their retreat He calls it Rancho del Cielo—his ranch in the sky—and it is a continent and an era away from the life he will be leading in...

Donald Trump Literary Prize

NANCY REAGAN Asked by the American Spectator to recommend gift books, she touted husband Ronnie's opus. Next came My Turn, by Nancy Reagan. She called it an...

Calling On Close Friends

Reagan visits Japan and South Korea The Reagans dined last week with Japanese Emperor Hirohito at a glittering affair in his Imperial Palace, and with U.S...

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