Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Peter Arnett tells the story of his role covering the Vietnam War for The Associated Press from 1962 to 1975. Writing candidly and vividly about his risks and triumphs, Arnett shares the struggles of reporting against the backdrop of war.
Peter Arnett won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 1966 for his Vietnam coverage. He later joined CNN and became well-known to TV audiences during the first Gulf War when he broadcast live from Baghdad during the U.S. bombing raids.
Today is the 100th birthday of Pulitzer Prize-winning, Jewish- American novelist and author, Herman Wouk. He is best remembered for his books "The Caine Mutiny", "The Winds of War", and "War and Remembrance". Read more about the illustrious life of Wouk in The Atlantic's article, "The Great War Novelist America Forgot"--->http://theatln.tc/1HlMSu5 #HermanWoukDay