Former first lady Nancy Reagan, wife of President Ronald Reagan, who was perhaps best known for her "Just Say No" campaign to combat drug abuse in the 1980s, died Sunday, March 6, 2016, at her home in Los Angeles, a family spokesman said. She was 94.
In addition to her famous campaign against drugs, the one-time actress promoted several other causes during and after her years in the White House. She was a passionate advocate for lifting restrictions on stem cell research, and for promoting better treatment of America's veterans.
Pictured: Former President Ronald Reagan and former first lady Nancy Reagan pose for a photo on March 8, 1992.