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Eating Our Way Through Hanoi Nov. 11, 2018

Travel and Adventure

By Kitty Morse It was raining in Hanoi — a warm and steady drizzle one associates with subtro... Read More

From Farm to Chopsticks in Hue, Vietnam Nov. 10, 2018

Travel and Adventure

By Kitty Morse "Fly to Hue: Being like a farmer at Eco Garden," said a listing on the itinerary for... Read More

America vs. the World Is a Losing Game Oct. 18, 2018

Steve Chapman

The Trump administration is full of people who think that if you're making the rest of the world mad... Read More

The Flawed Retrospectives on John McCain Sep. 05, 2018

Star Parker

The passing of Senator John McCain was marked by a sea of eulogies mourning the end of an era of civ... Read More

McCain's Valiant Last Stand Aug. 30, 2018

Armstrong Williams

With both mourning and praise, it is proper and fitting to honor the passing of the revered statesma... Read More

August Farewells to McCain -- and Another Great, Too Aug. 29, 2018

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — I wept for the senator who showed me, as a rookie reporter, that I might be worth... Read More

What I Want to Remember About John McCain Aug. 29, 2018

Connie Schultz

On May 14, 1973, two months after John McCain's release from a North Vietnamese prison, U.S. News & ... Read More

Death of a Patriot Aug. 27, 2018

William Murchison

John McCain's exit from life and politics has commentators of all sorts falling into interpretive co... Read More

Applause For Those Who Kept Looking Jun. 29, 2018

Daily Editorials

1,597 Americans are still unaccounted for from Vietnam, while more than 82,000 U.S. troops are consi... Read More

VA Mission Act Won't Help Dying Vietnam Vets Jun. 13, 2018

Betsy McCaughey

Tens of thousands of Vietnam vets, now in their sixties and early seventies, are carrying a dangerou... Read More

McCain Has Chosen Not to Forgive and Forget. Can You Really Blame Him? May. 15, 2018

Bernard Goldberg

If you want to lose faith in humanity, just glance at a few of the many angry comments posted on soc... Read More

An Officer, Gentleman, Senator May. 09, 2018

Jamie Stiehm

At lunch in the Senate Dining Room, the man knocked on the table in a burst of taps. Senator John Mc... Read More

Republicans and Patriotism Apr. 07, 2018

Mark Shields

The election night words of the long-shot Republican candidate after his upset victory remain with m... Read More

Patriotism On the Cheap Jan. 27, 2018

Mark Shields

For the first two centuries of U.S. history — while Americans were proudly winning a war for i... Read More

In the Company of Heroes Aug. 06, 2016

Mark Shields

Air Force Col. Bud Day, having already fought in World War II and the Korean War, was flying his 65t... Read More

Politics Becomes Theater of the Absurd May. 27, 2016

Suzanne Fields

The Theater of the Absurd was the vogue of the '60s, when the cry was "anything goes." and everythin... Read More

Is America Becoming More -- or Less -- Free? May. 25, 2016

Terence Jeffrey

Speaking this week in Ho Chi Minh City in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam — at what the Whit... Read More

Obama to Visit the Land of State-Owned Enterprises May. 19, 2016

Terence Jeffrey

President Barack Obama next week will visit Vietnam, which his own State Department last month certi... Read More

Coming Home a Changed Man Apr. 02, 2016

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I read the letter from "Too Little, Too Late," whose Vietnam vet husband is robotic and ... Read More

Will GOP Congress 'Affirm' Legitimacy of State-Owned Businesses? Feb. 03, 2016

Terence Jeffrey

In October, President Barack Obama said that the Trans-Pacific Partnership his administration had ju... Read More