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Vietnam War (1955-1975)

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  • At 95, pianist is still playing Las Vegas' tune

    At 95, pianist is still playing Las Vegas' tune
    The old man crouches over a Steinway in the hotel lobby, a lifetime of musical mementos stacked above the keyboard — photographs, news clippings, old albums and CDs for sale. Joe Vento is a gray-haired showman, a gregarious self-promoter who's...
  • Andrew Jacobs Jr. dies at 81; Indiana congressman known for his thrift

     Andrew Jacobs Jr. dies at 81; Indiana congressman known for his thrift
    Andrew Jacobs Jr., a former longtime Indiana congressman known for turning down pay raises and PAC donations as well as for being an early opponent of the Vietnam War, died Saturday at his Indianapolis home. He was 81. He had been in declining health...
  • Korean War POW finally laid to rest

    Korean War POW finally laid to rest
    Sixty-three years after his capture during the Korean War, Army Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Gantt was laid to rest Saturday in an Inglewood cemetery with full military honors in the presence of his widow. Clara Gantt, 94, said she was happy that she had lived...
  • Spy wars: Americans need to know more than Snowden has revealed

     Spy wars: Americans need to know more than Snowden has revealed
    Thanks to Edward Snowden, we know a lot about what the National Security Agency has secretly been up to. As a result, Congress, a U.S. district court judge and the White House are considering ways to rein in the agency and protect our privacy. But we have...
  • Students only know a fraction of math teacher's good deeds

    Students only know a fraction of math teacher's good deeds
    No one saw the superhero in mild-mannered Clark Kent. Jim O'Connor keeps his students fooled too. In his algebra and calculus classes at St. Francis High School, he is stern — no excuses, no coddling. "If you look at the clock," said senior...
  • If only Mikhail Kalashnikov had invented the AK-47 sowing machine

    If only Mikhail Kalashnikov had invented the AK-47 sowing machine
    The merchant of death is dead: Mikhail Kalashnikov passed Monday at 94 in a hospital in Izhevsk, the capital of the Russian republic of Udmurtia. Of course you know his name; everyone knows his name. It’s as famous a name as Samuel Colt, maker...
  • They're all victims of war

    Re “Death rate unusually high for young vets,” Dec. 17 I want to commend The Times for printing an important and very insightful article on the front page. As a psychotherapist working with veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, I...
  • 'The Butler' more about family and love than race

    'The Butler' more about family and love than race
    "Lee Daniels’ The Butler” tells the story of Cecil Gaines (Forest Whitaker), a White House butler who serves eight presidents and is caught up in the tumultuous civil rights movement. But, for Daniels, the heart of the story lies with the...
  • Pearl Harbor survivors gather in Hawaii to remember day of infamy

    Pearl Harbor survivors gather in Hawaii to remember day of infamy
    PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii — About 2,500 people gathered at Pearl Harbor on Saturday to remember those killed in the 1941 Japanese attack that launched the U.S. into World War II. The crowd observed a moment of silence at 7:55 a.m., the minute the...
  • Supreme Court case pits free speech against military property rights

    Supreme Court case pits free speech against military property rights
    WASHINGTON — Veteran peace activist Dennis Apel says he was exercising his 1st Amendment rights when he was arrested after marking the start of the 2003 Iraq war by throwing some of his blood at a Vandenberg Air Force Base sign north of Santa...
  • André Schiffrin dies at 78; publisher founded nonprofit New Press

    André Schiffrin dies at 78; publisher founded nonprofit New Press
    When André Schiffrin was fired in 1990 as editor in chief of Pantheon Books, it was regarded as a loud shot in the war between commercialism and quality in American publishing. There were protests by noted authors, including Studs Terkel and Kurt...