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Hardball with Chris Matthews, Transcript 3/17/2016

msnbc.com — Show: HARDBALLDate: March 17, 2016Guest: Susan Page, John Stanton, Michele Bachmann, Heidi Przybyla, Amos Snead, Shane Goldmacher, Douglas Brinkley CHRIS MATTHEWS, HOST: If all else fails - the plan to stop Trump. Let`s play HARDBALL. Good evening. I`m Chris Matthews in Washington. Well, the defenders at the gate are sharpening their swords.

Nancy Reagan dies at 94; first lady was a defining figure of the 1980s

columbiadailyherald.com — Nancy Reagan had an undeniable knack for inviting controversy. There were her extravagant spending habits at a time of double-digit unemployment, a chaotic relationship with her children and stepchildren that could rival a soap opera plot, and the jaw-dropping news that she had insisted the White House abide by an astrologer when planning the president's schedule.

Nancy Reagan dies at 94; first lady was a defining figure of the 1980s - SentinelSource.com: National And World

sentinelsource.com — As first lady from 1981 to 1989, Nancy Reagan had a knack for inviting controversy - from her spending habits to her request that the White House abide by an astrologer when planning the president's schedule. But the controversies during her years as first lady often obscured her profound influence on one of the most popular presidents in modern history.

Nancy Reagan dies at 94

cnhinews.com — Nancy Reagan had an undeniable knack for inviting controversy. There were her extravagant spending habits at a time of double-digit unemployment, a chaotic relationship with her children and stepchildren that could rival a soap opera plot, and the jaw-dropping news that she had insisted the White House abide by an astrologer when planning the president's schedule.

Nancy Reagan dies at 94; first lady was a defining figure of the 1980s

adn.com — Nancy Reagan had an undeniable knack for inviting controversy. There were her extravagant spending habits at a time of double-digit unemployment, a chaotic relationship with her children and stepchildren that could rival a soap opera plot, and the jaw-dropping news that she had insisted the White House abide by an astrologer when planning the president's schedule.

UPDATED: Former first lady Nancy Reagan dies at 94 in California

newsherald.com — Nancy Reagan had an undeniable knack for inviting controversy, but the running drama during her eight years as first lady often obscured her profound influence on one of the most popular presidents in modern history.

THE NIGHT OF THE LIVID DEAD

washingtonpost.com — They thought they had seen it all. But having to ask an agitated conservative, four-term congressman to leave the stage of RFK Stadium was a first -- even for the Grateful Dead. Rep. John Kasich's enthusiasm at last Friday night's Washington concert was such that he tried to join the legendary rock band onstage -- only to be thwarted by organizers of the tour.

VERMONT'S MAN FROM LEFT FIELD

washingtonpost.com — It is the kind of story that makes some wonder whether Rep. Bernard Sanders of Vermont, the table-pounding lone socialist in the House of Representatives, can effectively represent his state: The two U.S.

State Department's Cheryl Mills on rebuilding Haiti

washingtonpost.com — Long before an earthquake killed 230,000 people and left 1 million homeless in Haiti, Cheryl D. Mills was riveted on our Caribbean neighbor and the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. As Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's counselor and chief of staff, Mills's portfolio truly cover...

Donald Trump, Holding All The Cards The Tower! The Team! The Money! The Future!

washingtonpost.com — Donald J. Trump is uneasy. He does not have a reservation for breakfast in the Plaza's tony Edwardian room. But he'll get his table, because, as Donald Trump will unabashedly tell you, he is one of the people who "have it."
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