Nancy Reagans casket placed at Presidential Library for public viewing

The casket of former US First Lady Nancy Reagan arrived at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California on 9 March. Following a small ceremony for friends and family earlier in the day, the casket arrived via a hearse and an accompanying motorcade to the library, where she will lie in repose on 9-10 March for public viewing. A funeral services is scheduled for 11 March before she’s buried buried on the library grounds, next to the body of her husband, US President Ronald Reagan. Mar 10, 2016

US election 2016: Donald Trump addresses Nazi salute questions

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump dismissed questions from the media that tied his supporters pledges to vote for him to the Nazi salute. At a rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina, Trump told the crowd that at a recent campaign event, he had directed his supporters to raise their right hand and pledge to vote for him. Mar 10, 2016

Nick Clegg denies claims of Queen’s Brexit rant

Nick Clegg has strongly denied claims that The Queen backed Britain’s exit from the European Union. Buckingham Palace has insisted the Queen is “politically neutral” in the EU referendum campaign, after a report published in The Sun newspaper said that she had expressed strong Eurosceptic views. Mar 9, 2016