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NSW coach Brad Fittler calls Api Koroisau, Jake Trbojevic, Clint Gutherson and Siosifa Talakai into game two side; Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Ryan Matterson, Kotoni Staggs and Tariq Sims miss out

It means seven Panthers are expected to be part of Fittler’s 17 at Optus Stadium, with Stephen Crichton set to earn a promotion to the starting side after Wighton’s COVID-19 positive. It is a reprieve for Koroisau, who feared for his Origin future after breaching COVID-19 protocols by bringing a woman to the Blues’ team … Read more

Attempted Reagan assassin John Hinckley fully released after 41 years

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! John Hinckley received an unconditional release Wednesday, 41 years after he shot President Ronald Reagan. Hinckley, 67, attempted to assassinate Reagan in 1981. U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman had previously announced Hinckley would be released on June 15. Hinckley’s attorney Barry Levine confirmed the full release in … Read more

Kenneth Dam, Deputy in Reagan and George W. Bush Cabinets, Dies at 89

Kenneth W. Dam, who was deputy secretary of state when the Soviet Union began to implode during the Reagan administration, and who choreographed a global chokehold on funding for terrorist groups as deputy treasury secretary under George W. Bush, died on May 31 at his home in Long Grove, Ill. He was 89. His death … Read more

Attempted Reagan assassin John Hinckley sells out NYC concert venue: report

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! John Hinckley Jr., the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, reportedly will perform a sold-out concert in New York City in July. Hinckley, 67, sings and plays guitar and hopes to pursue a music career. He shares his music on a YouTube channel. The would-be assassin was … Read more

Attempted Reagan assassin John Hinckley thanks supporters ahead of full release: ‘Time to rock and roll’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! John Hinckley Jr., the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, is celebrating his upcoming release from court restrictions. After a federal judge on Wednesday confirmed Hinckley’s unconditional release on June 15, the would-be assassin took to Twitter to thank his supporters.  “A big thank you to … Read more

Failed Reagan Assassin Hinckley to Be Released from Court Supervision

John Hinckley Jr., the failed assassin who shot President Ronald Reagan and three others just months into his presidency in 1981 will be free of court supervision on June 15. On Wednesday, a hearing was held “to ensure Hinckley was continuing to do well” in the Virginia community where he resides following U.S. District Court … Read more

John Hinckley, Who Tried to Assassinate Reagan, Will Get Unconditional Release

WASHINGTON — A federal judge said on Wednesday that John W. Hinckley Jr., who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981, would be unconditionally released on June 15, according to a lawyer for Mr. Hinckley. Mr. Hinckley has been living in Virginia under various restrictions since 2016. The judge, Paul L. Friedman of Federal … Read more

Asia expert calls on Biden admin to take a ‘Reagan posture’ with China

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Asia expert Gordon Chang warned of the Biden administration’s foreign policy approach with China, calling for the United States to take a “Reagan posture” on Thursday’s “The Ingraham Angle.” GORDON CHANG: First of all, China has declared a quote unquote people’s war on the US. They did … Read more

Robert C. McFarlane, Top Reagan Aide in Iran-Contra Affair, Dies at 84

Robert C. McFarlane, a former decorated Marine officer who rose in civilian life to be President Ronald Reagan’s national security adviser and then fell from grace in the Iran-contra scandal, died on Thursday in Lansing, Mich. He was 84. Mr. McFarlane, who lived in Washington, was visiting family in Michigan at the time. A family … Read more

PHF names USA Hockey executive Reagan Carey as next commissioner

Reagan Carey is bringing her Olympic gold-medal-winning resume to lead the Premier Hockey Federation through a critical offseason of expansion and the looming threat of competing for talent with a second North American pro women’s hockey league. The PHF announced Tuesday that the former head of USA Hockey’s women’s programs is its new commissioner heading … Read more