Images chronicle the work of press photographers in the front lines of the conflict that was the 'last newspaper war'
Declassified documents reveal National Security Agency put anti-war critics on a watch list
The return of Miss Saigon to the London stage prompted the largest single day of sales in West End history on Monday.
‘Not much evidence’ for long-term problems over the past 50 years, Norwegian researchers conclude
The judge in the case is due to issue verdicts within days
Study part-funded by the CIA to investigate national security implications of geoengineering
Miss Saigon, the musical that brought a real helicopter onto the West End stage, is descending on London again.
Viktor Kulikov was among the very last survivors of the old Soviet military establishment, a Second World War veteran unswerving in his lifelong communism and suspicion of the West, who rose to be the top commander of the Warsaw Pact and a key figure in the crisis that led to the imposition of martial law in Poland in 1981.
The sniper’s bullet only served to increase his power, writes Rupert Cornwell
What can simultaneously burst your eardrums, create stomach churning sensations and cause everything around you to reverberate violently? The answer is simple. Being in close proximity to a series of state-of-the-art military jets taking off from Nellis Air Force Base, USA, feeling the heat from the engines and admiring the glow of their afterburners as they shoot off into the heart of the Nevada desert to take part in the most famous and exacting training exercise in the world. Welcome to Red Flag.
Nicholas Katzenbach's career in government was the history of America's turbulent 1960s in miniature.
Horst Faas, a prize-winning combat photographer who changed the way photojournalists covered conflict, has died aged 79.
Out of America: Obama's common-sense hawkishness confounds received wisdom and may win him re-election
I marched into the post room of the office where I worked and ripped down the pin-up posters