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Vietnam War (1955-1975)

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  • Horse trainer Small, Breeders' Cup Classic winner, dies at 68

    Horse trainer Small, Breeders' Cup Classic winner, dies at 68
    Prominent Maryland trainer Richard "Dickie" Small, who conditioned 1994 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Concern, died late Friday night after a battle with cancer. He was 68. Born in Baltimore on December 2, 1945, Small attended Gilman, played...
  • Two 'pill mill' doctors sentenced to prison for money laundering

    Two 'pill mill' doctors sentenced to prison for money laundering
    It seemed like a victory for two doctors last summer when a jury cleared them of federal charges they had caused the overdose deaths of eight patients they treated at some of South Florida's most notorious pill mills. But both doctors were found guilty...
  • Errol Morris talks to Donald Rumsfeld: 'The Unknown Known'

    Errol Morris talks to Donald Rumsfeld: 'The Unknown Known'
    Filmmaker Errol Morris knows something about black holes and quagmires. His 2003 Oscar-winning documentary, "The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons From the Life of Robert S. McNamara," examined the Vietnam War through the regrets of a former U.S. Defense...
  • William and Mary hosts military veterans conference in Washington

    A project that began in 2008 at the College of William and Mary law school took a large step forward Thursday, and disabled veterans around the country stand to benefit. W&M officials hosted a national conference in Washington, D.C. to discuss how law...
  • Recalls Lamb's Leadership

    Regarding the recent passing of Gerald A. Lamb, it was my honor and a pleasure to have served in the Vietnam Bonus Division of Connecticut's Treasury Department when Mr. Lamb was the state treasurer. The state legislature had created the "Bonus Division"...
  • Review: 'Living With a Wild God' by Barbara Ehrenreich

    Review: 'Living With a Wild God' by Barbara Ehrenreich
    Those readers familiar with the trenchant, witty and engaged books Barbara Ehrenreich has published over the last four decades will not be surprised that her new book, "Living With a Wild God," is a smart and enjoyable read. They may well be surprised,...
  • Wars teach painful lessons on geography

    Wars teach painful lessons on geography
    The Crimean Peninsula is squarely in the international spotlight. Crimea? I knew it was somewhere over there near southern Russia. I think I even knew it bordered the Black Sea. I didn't know Crimea is — was — part of Ukraine and had only a...
  • Crescenta Valley profile: Steve Pierce

    Crescenta Valley profile: Steve Pierce
    Among the many hats he wears in the Crescenta Valley, Steve Pierce takes it upon himself every morning around 5 a.m. to tidy up Montrose’s Vietnam War Memorial and pick up any trash around it. After that, he spends the rest of the day talking to...
  • Newport News native's "Theater of War" performance prompts discussion on mental toll of military combat

    Newport News native's "Theater of War" performance prompts discussion on mental toll of military combat
    During the Vietnam War, John White of Newport News was stationed in the Philippines. He often saw planes filled with body bags unload their grisly cargo during his overnight security detail. White said the sight shook him deeply, but he hadn't spoken with...
  • NEWSMAKER Q&A: SCOTT REDA

    This past Wednesday, "Brothers In War," the latest film from Easton-based Lou Reda Productions aired on the National Geographic Channel and premiered at last week's opening of the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum's Vietnam War exhibit. The documentary on...
  • Jeffrey M. McCall: Courts inconsistent in student First Amendment decisions

    Jeffrey M. McCall: Courts inconsistent in student First Amendment decisions
    Public school administrators must have their heads spinning as they try to sort out recent court decisions regarding free-expression rights of students. Principals have the almost impossible task of balancing constitutionally protected student...