Nancy Reagan


The First Ladies Who Brought the Occult to the White House

Over the years, several presidents' wives—including Mary Todd Lincoln and Nancy Reagan—turned to spiritual practices like seances and astrology.


Why Ronald Reagan Was the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Punk Rock

In the 1980s, all you needed to be a hardcore band was two chords, an attitude, and a drawing of Ronald Reagan with a Hitler mustache.


Sign This Petition for Fetty Wap to Perform 'Trap Queen' at Nancy Reagan's Funeral

Nancy "was married to the money and introduced America to the stove," fans say, so it's only natural that Fetty would celebrate her life with song.


'Just Say No': How Nancy Reagan Helped America Lose the War on Drugs

When Nancy Reagan died on Sunday at age 94, she left behind a legacy as one of the most influential — and controversial — first ladies in American history.


Former First Lady Nancy Reagan Dies at Age 94 in Los Angeles

A spokesperson for the former first lady confirmed that she died of congestive heart failure on Sunday in her home in California.


Throwback Thursday: The Pittsburgh Drug Trials Bring the Drug War to MLB

Commissioner Peter Ueberroth's 1986 suspension and sanctioning of multiple MLB players for cocaine use in the wake of a Pittsburgh narcotics investigation and trial marked the beginning of the War on Drugs, for both sports and American society.