An Immigrant Group In Philadelphia Gives Back To Those In NeedThe homeless shelter called 'Our Brothers Place' is where about 150 homeless men go for food and a place to sleep at night.
Top Pho In PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia residents love Vietnamese cuisine and a lot of the Vietnamese restaurants to it very well, especially when it comes to pho.
Retired Marine From Montgomery Co. Heads Back To Vietnam, His 11th Trip In 9 YearsThe Villanova adjunct professor volunteers at Vietnamese universities, where he says students are craving to learn English -- and about social and economic opportunity.
Positively Philadelphia: Paying Tribute To Veterans On Memorial DayOn this Memorial Day, we pay tribute to our many area veterans.
On The 50th Anniversary Of U.S. Ground Troops Landing In Vietnam, A Philadelphia Veteran RemembersThe Army seemed like a good place for Robert Toporek. In 1965, he was an 18-year-old high school drop-out who'd never even heard of Vietnam.
Pilgrims From Vietnam Coming In Big Numbers To See Pope, Take Part In WMOF In PhiladelphiaThose planning for the pope's two-day visit were stunned to learn recently that many pilgrims from the Southeast Asian nation already have made arrangements to make the trip.
40 Years After Operation Babylift, Woman Shares Her StoryThis month marks the 40th anniversary of Operation Babylift.
FBI Document Bandits Reveal Themselves More Then 40 Years LaterMore than 40 years ago a handful of anti-war activists broke into a FBI office in Media, Delaware County and stole documents proving that agents were carrying out illegal surveillance on Vietnam protestors and civil rights groups.