5 Things To Know For Your New Day — Monday, March 7

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Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton argues a point as Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., right, listens during a Democratic presidential primary debate at the University of Michigan-Flint, Sunday, March 6, 2016, in Flint, Mich. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

5 Takeaways From The Democratic Debate:

It was no Republican debate — nobody talked about the size of their hands or made up demeaning nicknames — but Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were ready for action Sunday night.

Personal frustration peeked through as Clinton unloaded new attacks on Sanders over his opposition to the auto bailout and Sanders portrayed Clinton as a candidate straight out of Wall Street central casting.

The debate came two days before Michigan’s primary — a key test of whether Sanders can expand his appeal to a broader and more diverse electorate — and was shaped by the concerns of voters in this city that is still struggling with a water crisis for which local, state and federal officials share the blame.

Former U.S. President Ronald Reagan dances with former First Lady Nancy Reagan in this undated file photo. Reagan turns 92 on February 6, 2003.

Nancy Reagan, Former First Lady And Actress, Dead At 94:

Former first lady Nancy Reagan, who joined her husband on a storybook journey from Hollywood to the White House, died Sunday.

She was 94.

Reagan died at her home in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure, according to her spokeswoman, Joanne Drake of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.

“Mrs. Reagan will be buried at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, next to her husband, Ronald Wilson Reagan, who died on June 5, 2004. Prior to the funeral service, there will be an opportunity for members of the public to pay their respects at the library,” Drake said in a statement.

Quarterback Peyton Manning walks off the field after the Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, February 7. It is the second Super Bowl title of Manning's illustrious career.

Peyton Manning, Quarterback For Denver Broncos, To Retire:

Peyton Manning has informed the Denver Broncos that he will retire from the National Football League, according to the team’s official website Sunday. The team’s verified Twitter account said that the Broncos congratulate Manning for his “magnificent 18-year NFL career.”

Manning, along with Broncos President and CEO Joe Ellis, General Manager John Elway and head coach Gary Kubiak, will hold a news conference Monday at 1 p.m. ET.

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