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  • Navy commissions ship to honor Stockdale

    Navy commissions ship to honor Stockdale
    As dozens of former POWs snapped to attention, the Navy on Saturday dedicated a warship to the late Vice Adm. James Stockdale, who was credited by many fellow captives in Vietnam with giving them the courage to survive. -------------------- FOR THE...
  • Diocese of Orange, Archdiocese of Hanoi become 'sisters'

    Diocese of Orange, Archdiocese of Hanoi become 'sisters'
    The first time that Archbishop Joseph Kiet Ngo of Hanoi visited Orange County, he was struck by the energy and passion the Vietnamese community had brought to the Roman Catholic Church in the United States. He met dozens of Vietnamese American priests,...
  • Readers recommend: EVA Airways, a great way to Hanoi, Vietnam

    I recommend EVA Airways as a wonderful way to fly to Hanoi. There is an elite class that is comfortable for those who need more leg room and wider seats but who don't want to spend for business class, but the seating and service are fine in coach as well....
  • PASSINGS

    Robert Quarry Actor in '70s horror films Robert Quarry, 83, a prolific actor best known for his horror-movie roles as Count Yorga and the Deathmaster, died Feb. 20 at the Motion Picture & Television Fund Hospital in Woodland Hills, a hospital...
  • McCain really is a hero

    McCain really is a hero
    Write a critical book about John McCain, and you will soon become a repository of many colorful rumors. These come in three general flavors: 1) Did you hear about his terrible temper? (The subject did come up, yes.) 2) Did you know he likes the ladies?...
  • The Paul Wolfowitz of the '60s

    It was apt of President Bush to invoke the specter of the Vietnam War in his recent comments on Iraq, because his ill-fated activism in the Middle East is so clearly reminiscent of U.S. policy in the 1960s, when taking the good fight to America's "Third...
  • 'The Eaves of Heaven' by Andrew X. Pham

    'The Eaves of Heaven' by Andrew X. Pham
    The Eaves of Heaven A Life in Three Wars Andrew X. Pham Harmony Books: 302 pp., $24.95 Only its loss defines a golden age. Andrew X. Pham's story of Pham Van Thong, his father, is ostensibly one of devastation. A young Vietnamese loses his ancestral...
  • The lessons of Vietnam

    THE IRAQ WAR has reawakened memories of the Vietnam War, the most significant political experience of an entire American generation. But this has not produced clarity about its lessons. Of course, history never repeats itself exactly. Vietnam and Iraq...
  • Liberty and justice back then

    As The Times prepares to endorse a presidential candidate for the first time in over 35 years, the editorial board will examine the candidates' takes on essential American values while presenting its own philosophy on the issues as well. How much have The...
  • What are you doing, Mr. Nixon?

    As The Times prepares to endorse a presidential candidate for the first time in more than 35 years, the editorial board will examine the candidates' stances on issues through our own sense of the meaning of some essential American values. How much have...
  • Planning your cruise trip in Vietnam

    THE BEST WAY From LAX, Asiana, Cathay Pacific, China, JAL, Singapore and Thai offer connecting service (change of planes) to Hanoi. Restricted round-trip fares start at $964. HA LONG BAY CRUISES Handspan Adventure Travel, 011-84-4-926-28-28, www....