At the end of the 2017–2018 academic year, all three of Occidental’s student veterans will graduate. Administrators are hoping that the newly announced Obama Scholars Program
A $24 million “bait and switch” college education scam — targeting U.S. military veterans could send two women to prison.
The building in the 3300 block of Talley Road in West San Antonio may look like a typical gym with regular people working out, but it is far from it.
Veterans will be able to go online and order their new identification cards in November, Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Longboat Key, announced.
N.Y., dozens of protesters took to the streets this past weekend to demand that Shulkin use the money Congress appropriated to the agency to hire more workers.
A shortage of volunteers has led Oneida County Veterans Service Officer Tammy Walters to ask area veterans to step forward.
A new program in the Roanoke Valley takes veteran appreciation to new heights.
In 2003, David Sturman and Tracy Mumma bought a worn-out piece of farm ground under the Mission Mountains that featured patches of neck-high thistles and lands grazed so hard that the earth was laid bare in places.
A shortage of anesthesiologists at Denver’s veterans hospital – despite salary offers reaching as high as $400,000 a yea
Bonnie Walton called Heather Ehle first. She needed someone who would understand but wasn’t too close. She needed someone who could help her find a way to tell her four sons that their father had killed himself.
Members of Congress from Virginia say chronic late payments from the Department of Veterans Affairs to doctors are jeopardizing care for the state’s aging veteran population.
It’s early in the morning, and the entire city of San Juan, Puerto Rico, seems to be gazing at the sky with concern. It looks like rain but the island just can’t handle any more flooding.
Grand Valley State University received a $1.3 million, five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education to provide West Michigan veterans free academic support services to help them complete a degree.
It’s been more than 50 years since American troops first landed in Vietnam, but to many who served, it seems like only yesterday.
Dan Willis preaches the gospel of helping veterans just about anywhere he can, as evidenced by the story he tells about how just a few days ago a man wearing only a towel in the gym locker room had to listen to Willis’s pitch.
Following repeated last-minute requests from the Department of Veterans Affairs for billions of dollars to keep a private care access program running, lawmakers have introduced legislation to crack down on how the agency comes calling for more money.
A chance meeting at the corner of Martin and Queen streets in downtown Martinsburg between two veterans spurred a new program that turns homeless vets into homeowners.
According to the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Handbook, there are more than one million visually impaired veterans over the age of 45 in the United States
An annual fair filled with information for veterans is set to return to Richmond next week for its fourth year.
When Greg Stegall left the Navy at 30 years old, he found himself utterly adrift: a single dad with no degree, no clear plans for the future and a short résumé in a down job market.
Veterans and community members gathered in Dewitt Park on Friday afternoon, the 16th anniversary of the invasion of Afghanistan, to speak out against the continuation of the War on Terror and American overseas wars.
“I know that a lot of our veterans count on it.” Says Johanna Wagner, the Senior Program Manager for Vets.
As congressional debate over the future of the Veterans Choice Program is set to heat up again in the next few weeks, the American Federation of Government Employees is suggesting that lawmakers, veterans service organizations and the VA itself shift the conversation.
Although the original deadline was missed, San Diego’s Housing Our Heroes initiative has hit its goal of helping 1,000 homeless veterans secure rental housing.
Trump administration wants to weaken law protecting veterans from predatory for-profit colleges, senators say
The Trump administration is moving to waive an ethics law that some senators say protects veterans from predatory for-profit colleges, and they are urging officials to change course and keep the protections in place.
Kurt Wise dedicated 15 years of his life serving in the Navy. Recently, his family urged him to seek help.
Three Wisconsin legislators have come together to propose a bill to create an alert system when veterans go missing.
One of the promises we make members of the military is that in exchange for their service, we promise to ease their transition back into civilian life when the time comes.
U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King announced today that the University of Southern Maine (USM) will receive $263,938 through the U.S. Department of Education’s Veterans Upward Bound Program.
We met her at an LA Collaborative meeting. That’s the Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative, a group of community stakeholders, agencies and representatives serving veterans and military families in Greater Los Angeles.