|Born||March 29, 1951|
|Hometown||Bình Quới, Châu Thành, Long An, French Indochina, French Union|
Another Sriracha shortage is upon us. How long will it last?
- Huy Fong Foods, the Southern California company that makes Sriracha hot sauce, says it is experiencing an 'unprecedented inventory shortage.'
AP Journalist Who Took Napalm Girl Photo Retires
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50 years after ‘Napalm Girl,’ myths distort the reality behind a horrific photo of the Vietnam War and exaggerate its impact
Terrified children, including 9-year-old Kim Phuc, center, near Trang Bang, Vietnam, after a South Vietnamese plane on June 8, 1972, accidentally dropped its flaming napalm on its own troops and civilians. AP Photo/Nick Ut, FileThe “Napalm Girl” photograph of terror-stricken Vietnamese children fleeing an errant aerial attack on their village, taken 50 years ago this month, has rightly been called “a picture that doesn’t rest.” It is one of those exceptional visual artifacts that draws attentionThanks for your feedback!
50 years later, 'Napalm Girl' speaks out about Vietnam War image that shocked the world and the photographer she credits with saving her life
Fifty years after "Napalm Girl," photographer Nick Ut and subject Kim Phuc discuss their lifelong bond and the controversies around the iconic photo.Thanks for your feedback!
Vietnamese photographer gives pope famous 'Napalm Girl' picture
Award-winning photographer Nick Ut on Wednesday gave Pope Francis one of the 20th century's most famous and consequential news pictures, that of a 9-year old Vietnamese girl running naked from a napalm attack in 1972. The girl in the picture, Phan Thi Kim Phuc, now 59, also was at the pontiff's general audience in St. Peter's Square and both chatted with him for a few minutes. Ut, 71, who as working for the Associated Press at the time, won numerous awards for the photo, called "The Terror ofThanks for your feedback!
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Retired AP photographer Ut gives pope 'Napalm Girl' photo
Retired Associated Press photographer Nick Ut met Wednesday with Pope Francis and gave him a copy of his Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of a young Vietnamese girl running naked down the road after a napalm attack. Ut and Kim Phuc Phan Thi, whose terror the AP photographer captured on June 8, 1972 during the Vietnam War, greeted Francis at the end of his general audience Wednesday in St. Peter’s Square, ahead of the 50th anniversary of the iconic image. Kim Phuc, who later resettled in CanadThanks for your feedback!
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Photojournalist who made famed Vietnam War image attacked
The Pulitzer Prize-winner had received the National Medal of Arts at the White House the day before.Thanks for your feedback!
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Letters to the Editor: Don't trash Steve Cooley just because he lost to Kamala Harris in 2010
The L.A. Times endorsed Steve Cooley when he ran for attorney general in 2010. Why is it now dismissing him as a 'frumpy white guy'?Thanks for your feedback!
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AP PHOTOS: 'Napalm Girl' photographer retires after 51 years
Associated Press photographer Nick Ut is retiring after 51 years of taking pictures from the front lines of the Vietnam War to the red carpets of Hollywood. Ut won the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for his photo ...Thanks for your feedback!
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Nick Ut, AP photographer behind 'Napalm Girl,' to retire
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It would seem all but impossible to sum up one of the most distinguished careers in photojournalism in only four words, but that's just what Nick Ut does when he says, "From hell to Hollywood."Thanks for your feedback!
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The Iconic Photograph That Didn't Make it Past Facebook's Censors
Nick Ut’s Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph that turned the tide of American public opinion against the Vietnam War was removed because of nudity. Facebook later relented.Thanks for your feedback!
Photographers Capture Images of Airplanes Against Full Moon
The surreal shots they get are incredible.Thanks for your feedback!