As Vietnam’s women go abroad, dads tend the home Hundreds of women have left the village of Vu Hoi, 120 kilometers (75 miles) south of Hanoi, to take better-paying jobs in Taiwan, Japan and South Korea and send money home, part of a wider migration of female labor from Vietnam over the past 15 years. 04/16/2014 - 9:00 pm | View Link
Bob Dylan to perform in Vietnam for the first time American singer Bob Dylan, famous for his anti-war songs during the Vietnam War, will perform in the Communist country for the first time next month, his promoter said Tuesday. Dylan will appear at an 8,000-plus-capacity university stadium in the southern ... 03/18/2013 - 11:32 pm | View Link
Steve Flaherty Vietnam War Letters: U.S. Soldier's Letters Finally Reach Home HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Vietnam Defense Minister Phung Quang Thanh exchanged long-held artifacts Monday collected during the Vietnam war — including letters written by a U.S. soldier ... Army Sgt. Steve Flaherty of ... 06/4/2012 - 1:53 am | View Link
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A Palestinian teenager stabbed two Israelis in Jerusalem Saturday before being shot dead by police forces, the latest in a series of stabbing attacks against civilians and soldiers that have spread across Israel and the West Bank in the past week.
Police forces on site noticed the men bleeding from stab wounds in their upper body and then the knife-wielding Palestinian running in their direction and opened fire.
The unpredictability and brutality of the assaults, coupled with the young age of some of the attackers, have shocked Israelis and raised fears that a new Palestinian intifada — or uprising — could be underway.
Amtrak will halt train service between Chicago and St. Louis from Oct. 17-31 to allow workers to rebuild and expand six bridges along Illinois' high-speed rail route.
Amtrak says a complete halt to train service will allow the bridge work to be finished sooner.
Relatives and friends of a U. S. Navy SEAL killed in Afghanistan are expected to attend the dedication of a Michigan bridge renamed after him.
Robinson was among 30 American military personnel and eight members of the Afghan military killed when their Chinook helicopter was shot down in 2011 by insurgents in Wardak Province.
Gov. Pat McCrory is praising an appeals court ruling that blocked a new federal rule involving small streams, wetlands and other waterways.
State environment Secretary Donald van der Vaart says the rule would place "excessive, unnecessary regulations" on North Carolina agriculture and land development when many state water quality programs exceed federal requirements.
A group of girls from Detroit-area middle schools will learn about global warming and the impact pollution has on wildlife habitats.
The three-story, 41,000-square-foot indoor facility features hands-on, interactive exhibits including a 40-foot-tall, man-made tree.
Civil rights leader the Rev. Jesse Jackson is calling for a White House conference on gun violence to deal with an issue that is plaguing some U. S. cities.
Jackson on Friday noted President Barack Obama's visit to Oregon to console the families of nine victims of a shooting on a college campus.