NPR's Scott Simon reflects on the life and work of famed reporter Neil Sheehan who obtained the Pentagon Papers. Sheehan died this week at the age of 84.
The number of lives taken by COVID-19 in the U.S. has reached a grim milestone: More people have died of the disease than the 58,220 Americans who perished in the Vietnam War.
The State Department is negotiating with Laos to deport thousands of Hmong who broke the law in the U.S. — even if they've already served their time.
A new book brings a fresh look at the Vietnam War through powerful images — a collection of photographs taken by the American soldiers who fought there — unearthed and brought together in this comp
The Trump administration is trying to convince Vietnam to repatriate some 7,000 Vietnamese immigrants with criminal convictions who have been in the United States for more than 30 years.
Scores of people turned up for Joseph Walker's funeral Monday — not because they knew him, but because they knew the Vietnam-era veteran was at risk of being buried without anyone attending.
To mark five decades since his unit fought in the Battle of Ben Cui in Vietnam, NPR video producer Kara Frame's father got the guys together. It was more than a reunion; it was a way to heal.
During the Vietnam War, tens of thousands of babies were born out of relationships between Vietnamese women and American servicemen. Many were left behind after the U.S. withdrew from Vietnam in 1975.
Last month reports leaked that communications aide Kelly Sadler had disparaged John McCain for urging senators to vote against Gina Haspel's nomination as CIA director, saying "he's dying anyway."
Author Kathleen Belew says that as America's disparate racist groups came together in the 1970s and '80s, the movement's goal shifted from one of "vigilante activism" to something more wide-reaching.