Martin Luther King Jr.’s teachings have inspired writers to condemn U.S. military ties in the Middle East.
In a scathing remembrance, the Grey Lady dismisses the celebrated author and scholar as a "U.S. policy critic cited by Bin Laden."
Administration officials could reinterpret an agreement with Hanoi that protects those who immigrated to the U.S. before 1995.
Like labor unions before them, veterans and soldiers organized to win benefits millions now rely on.
The selective history the Department of Defense has been putting out on Vietnam for more than six years is worth a critical look.
Decades after the Vietnam War, natives of the Mekong Delta share their stories of loss, hardship and enduring suffering.
A new book makes the bold claim that "the public school has served as the single most significant site of constitutional interpretation within the nation's history."
What was once the mark of failure for a conventional army is now the benchmark for success.
Tran Tong Duyet credits the senator with helping improve relations between the two countries after the war.