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President Reagan Shooter John Hinckley Jr. to Be Released, Judge Orders
The "GMA" team and insiders analyze some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Reagan Shooter John Hinckley Jr . Will Be Released to Home Stay
John Hinckley Jr., who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has been granted full-time convalescent leave and will be released from St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C. , where he has been in treatment. U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman of Washington granted the leave, which will begin as
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: John Hinckley , Jr .'s Parents Speak Out in 1983
April 28, 1983: Barbara Walters interviews the parents of John Hinckley, Jr. for ABC's "20/20."
Anniversary of Ronald Reagan's Attempted Assassination
On this date 35 years ago, President Ronald Reagan survived an assassination attempt when a revolver-wielding gunman, later identified as John Hinckley Jr., waited for him on the sidewalk with reporters and photographers outside a Washington, D.C., hotel. It was a routine day for the president, who
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Ronald Reagan Survives an Assassination Attempt
March 30, 1981: Reagan exits a Washington, D.C., hotel when gunman John Hinckley Jr. fires.
This Week in History: March 27- April 2
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
5 Ways 'Taxi Driver' Changed Movies, Made History
It's been 40 years since "Taxi Driver" first hit theaters, grabbing us by the throat and dragging us into Travis Bickle's dark, twisted world. The film, which starred Robert De Niro , Jodie Foster and Harvey Keitel , was an instant classic, the 12th top-grossing movie of 1976, and earned four
Some Pretty Crazy Things Have Gone Down in These 9 Iconic Hotels
Hotels around the world have played major roles in history. For centuries, hotels have been the sites of scandals, parties and secrets. Prizes have been dreamed up in hotels; iconic salads (yes, really) have been invented in hotels; the world's most famous speeches have been drafted in hotels. So
Why Ronald Reagan ’s Attempted Assassin John Hinckley Jr . Wants More Freedom
The man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981 appeared today in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., for the second day of oral arguments on allowing him more freedom. John Hinckley Jr. has been at least temporarily committed to St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington for