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Donald Trump's planned rally in Chicago on Friday was canceled, but not before ugly scenes played out between Trump supporters and people who had come to protest the event.

Jedidiah Brown was there. He was the young man who was shown on television yelling as he was pulled from the event stage. He's part of an organization called Young Leaders Alliance.

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The three-hour finale of "The Bachelor" premiere tomorrow night and fans of the reality show know that something unprecedented happened the other week that left us all deep confused.

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The Legacy Of Nancy Reagan

Mar 6, 2016
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We've been remembering former first lady Nancy Reagan this morning. She died today at her home in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure. She was 94 years old. We're joined now by NPR political analyst Cokie Roberts. Cokie, thanks so much for being with us.

Memories Of Former First Lady Nancy Reagan

Mar 6, 2016
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Nancy Reagan, the wife of former President Ronald Reagan has passed away at the age of 94. Nancy Reagan was one of the most influential first ladies in modern American politics. For more, we are joined by NPR’s Ron Elving.

Good morning, Ron.

Former first lady Nancy Reagan died Sunday at her home in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure, according to the Reagan Foundation. She was 94.

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