THE COMPANY YOU KEEP (M) (121min) Directed by Robert Redford. Starring Robert Redford, Shia LaBeouf, Susan Sarandon
US TV network CBS has apologised after its Emmy-winning reality series The Amazing Race angered veterans with an episode featuring Vietnamese communist propaganda.
16 Dead in Vietnam Flood by tvnportal 26 dead, 38 injured in Vietnam floods Heavy rains and floods have left at least 26 people as dead while injuring 38 others in Vietnam’s northern and central provinces, said the country’s National Committee for Search and Rescue on Sunday. Floods have submerged over 3,500 houses and […]
When these 8 high school students, who share the same last name and go to the same high school, fed up with the questions though all their high school lives about whether they are related. They came up with a brilliant and funny idea to answer this question for once and all. […]
Kim Phuc was doing as well as could be expected. After suffering third degree burns due to a napalm attack on her rural Vietnamese village.
Correction Appended: April 16, 2009 For the past several years, I’ve been harboring a fantasy, a last political crusade for the baby-boom generation. We, who started on the path of righteousness, marching for civil rights and against the war in Vietnam, need to find an appropriately high-minded approach to life’s exit ramp
Kurt Vonnegut Jr. wrote about many scary things: the firebombing of Dresden, the aftermath of the Vietnam War, the specter of individuals controlled by the state or by technology
Grief hangs over the frail face of Bui Thi Me, a communist intellectual contemplating the deaths of three of her sons.
“Dong Thap’s House of Love Proves Popular Attraction,” screams the headline. This isn’t the front page of a bawdy magazine; it’s an item on a Vietnamese news-agency website.
In 1965, U.S. Army Sergeant Charles Robert Jenkins deserted his post in South Korea and fled to the communist Northa move he now calls “the stupidest thing I have ever done.” He spent nearly four decades inside the Hermit Kingdom, as a lingering mystery of the cold war.