Vietnam's President Tran Dai Quang Dies at 61
Dang Thi Ngoc becomes Vietnam's first female president, until the National Assembly appoints a new leader next month.
Nike Factory Workers Still Work Long Days for Low Wages
"The share of production costs of Nike and Adidas shoes that ends up in a worker's pocket is now a staggering 30 percent less than in the early 1990s," the Clean Clothes Campaign said.
John McCain's Vietnamese Jailer Pays Tribute
"When I learned about his death early this morning, I feel very sad. I would like to send condolences to his family," said Colonel Tran Trong Duyet.
Vietnam Jails American Anti-Communist 'Terrorists'
Nguyen James Han and Phan Angel were both sentenced to 14 years in jail for their alleged role in an attempted airport bombing.
China Wants Asia War Games and U.S. Not Invited: Report
China wants to join Southeast Asian countries for regular war games that don't include the U.S., according to a draft document seen by the AFP.
Crypto CEO Goes Missing, Allegedly Steals $35 Million
A collective of 20 investors complained to local police in Vietnam's Phú Nhuận District.
Demand for Dog Meat Increases During Hot Temperatures
"People believe that heat cures heat, so they eat dog meat and spicy dog soup on the hottest days."
Texas Ivy Leaguer Arrested in Vietnam to Be Deported
William Anh Nguyen, a 32-year-old Yale graduate, is reportedly set to be released and "deported immediately" out of Vietnam.
DJ Robin Williams Played in 'Good Morning Vietnam' Dies
Cronauer, a former U.S. Air Force sergeant, co-authored the original story for the much-loved comedy-drama.
Six New Countries Join Russia's Army Games
"It is a pleasure to see that the scope of competitions expand geographically and the list of participants grow," Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said.
America Created ISIS, Top Iranian Official Claims
Ali Akbar Velayati said Syria would become America's "second Vietnam."
American Student Arrested in Vietnam After Protests
The Vietnamese foreign ministry said that a consular visit is being arranged with Nguyen.
A U.S. Officer Returns to Vietnam to Track an Enemy Spy
Here's what happened when a U.S. Army intel officer returned to Vietnam to track down an enemy spy after the war.
Apocalypse Now—Reliving the Vietnam War Decades Later
The story of Nguyen Van Thoi uniquely informs the conflict in Vietnam, even decades later.
Can PTSD Be Treated With a Simple Gas?
According to recent studies, more than 200,000 Vietnam vets still have PTSD. A simple scientific solution might be the answer for them and thousands of other veterans.
'Far Cry 5: Hours of Darkness' DLC Review
"Hours of Darkness" is like if "Far Cry 5" was completely serious.
'Far Cry 5: Hours of Darkness' Release Date Revealed
The first "Far Cry 5" DLC looks like it's an intense and scary story from the Vietnam War.
China and Australian Warships Face Off in Disputed Sea
The warships were sailing through the South China Sea on their way to Vietnam on April 15.
Factory Caught Producing Coffee From Used Batteries
Nguyen Thi Loan purchased rejected coffee beans and dyed them with black powder she extracted from D batteries.
Open Letter to Zuckerberg: Why Facebook Crushes Dissent
Activists and human rights advocates want answers from Facebook.
Will Russia Join U.S.-China South China Sea Faceoff?
Russia has agreed to a new military cooperation roadmap with Vietnam which will allow joint military training and maneuvers.
'Far Cry 5' Lighter Locations Guide
Find all the lighters for the "What They Carried" side mission in "Far Cry 5" with this guide.
U.S. Troops Dance and Play With Victims of Agent Orange
The Vietnamese Association of Victims of Agent Orange, an organization based in Hanoi, estimates that almost 5 million people were exposed to the chemical.
Vietnamese Singer Arrested in Woman's Exorcism Death
Police said they found 33 garlic cloves lodged in the victim's windpipe and determined she died of suffocation.
U.S. Shows Military Might in China's Backyard
The presence of the USS Carl Vinson, a U.S. Navy supercarrier, highlights the growing alliance between the U.S. and its former foe.
Trump Says He'd Have Run Into School Shooting
President claims he would have done a better job during last week's Florida school shooting than armed deputies.
U.S. Sending Aircraft Carrier to Vietnam
This development came as Defense Secretary James Mattis visited Vietnam on Thursday.
Megyn Kelly Slams Jane Fonda for Actions Then and Now
Fonda "has no business lecturing anyone on what qualifies as offensive."
Vietnam Veterans May Be Infected With Deadly Parasite
Soldiers may have become infected with liver flukes—parasitic worms that can cause cancer.
China and the US are Now Equals. What Happens Next?
It seems we are no longer number one. It's a tie, for now.