Vietnam War

Jon Queally, staff writer
"We will not allow a Vietnam in Latin America," says nation's president ahead of opposition demonstrations on Wednesday
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"Let me translate this for you: Trump wants to deport Vietnamese grannies who...
Democracy Now!
A melee breaks out between police and demonstrators near the Conrad Hilton Hotel on Chicago’s Michigan Avenue during the Democratic National Convention on Aug. 28, 1968. (Bettman / Getty Images)
Chicago met the protesters with 24,000 police officers, National Guardsmen and...


Marvin Gaye, the "truest artist," divided soul, Motown legend and tormented "seeker who sought salvation through music" is back among us, both ethereal and palpable. This week marks what would have been his 80th birthday, the 35th anniversary of his murder by his own father, the dedication of a Commemorative Forever Stamp in his image, and the release of his long-lost, posthumous album to remind us of what we lost. The bittersweet title says it all: "You're the Man."