Vietnam Dustoff crews gather in Delaware to remember [video]

Vietnam Dustoff crews gather in Delaware to remember [video]

A group of 60 Dustoff helicopter crews who flew in Vietnam gathered for their annual convention in Dover this weekend.

PBS

Watch Live: Senate committee holds hearing on Graham-Cassidy health care bill

Watch Live: Senate committee holds hearing on Graham-Cassidy health care bill

The Senate Finance Committee holds a hearing on Graham-Cassidy health care bill at 2 p.m. ET today, ahead of the expected release of the CBO score for the bill. 

NPR

'Declaration of war' means North Korea can shoot down U.S. bombers, minister says

'Declaration of war' means North Korea can shoot down U.S. bombers, minister says

North Korea's foreign minister says President Trump's tweets about the Korean nation amount to a declaration of war and that under international law, his country can legally shoot down U.S. military planes — even if they're

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Essay: Tony Auth on Vietnam's role in his career as a political cartoonist
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Essay: Tony Auth on Vietnam's role in his career as a political cartoonist

From the Tony Auth archives an excerpt from the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist's 2005 interview with the Library of Congress about how the war in Vietnam got him started and the impact it had on his life and career.

The Philadelphia Experiment | Solomon Jones

Trump's reaction to NFL protests shows who should really be fired

Each time I think of Donald Trump’s remarks about black professional football players kneeling in protest during the National Anthem, I vacillate between anger and sadness.

National Interest | Dick Polman

Take a knee to protest Trump's tinpot patriotism

Spewing anew without a clue, Trump presumed this weekend to tell us what is patriotism and what is not. Rest assured, the Founding Fathers shook their heads and took a knee.

Speak Easy | Samuel S. Flint

Essay: Taking it to the streets, then and now

Twice in my life I went to Washington, D.C., intending to commit civil disobedience. The first time was in October 1967; the second was in July 2017. Both times I felt I had to do everything I could to prevent senseless loss of

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Stay or go? Philadelphia sounds off on the Rizzo statue controversy

Stay or go? Philadelphia sounds off on the Rizzo statue controversy

Ask Philadelphians for opinions on the Frank Rizzo statue, and you'll get some serious attitude. The city recently invited citizens to offer their opinions online about what should happen to the statue of the controversial

Fridays at 9 a.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM
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