Drexel professor wanted to 'vomit' after service member given courtesy on plane
An anti-white Drexel professor said he was disgusted a fellow traveler gave up their seat for a uniformed member of the military.
Partial VA benefits restored to widow of vet who shot himself
The widow of a vet who shot and killed himself March 5 inside the rented Castaic home they shared and who, then saw her benefits cut off by the Veterans
Vietnam vets reflect on life in the trenches, ostracization and yearning for acceptance
As the country was dealing with political divisions drawn between the establishment and anti-war movement and played out on the streets, the soldiers came home without parades or fanfare. Some were ostracized
Women Veterans changing VA care practices
Younger women Veterans are coming to the VA for primary care, mental health care, emergency care and even maternity care.
Sex Scandal Alleged At VA
“Two married employees of the Department of Veteran’s Affairs in Columbia have used taxpayer funds to conduct an extramarital affair during training trips around the country on the taxpayers’ dime,” an anonymous tipster familiar with the situation told us.
MN veteran's story prompts national changes
The Department of Veterans Affairs plans to shut down an antiquated phone center and re-route calls from veterans to a modern facility in the
When veterans become cops, some bring war home
William Thomas, a retired Newark police sergeant, left his home in a body bag.
To his dismay, he was still very much alive
Attention veterans: Get discharge papers in order
Vietnam veterans: Don’t be caught dead without your DD-214.
The VA overpaid tens of thousands of veterans, and now it says they have to give the money back
since June 2009, Tad Steckler has received a disability benefits check from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Steckler retired from the Army at age 40 as a master sergeant with a Soldier’s Medal for heroism,