Steady paycheck, sense of trust makes vets attractive scam targetsVeterans are highly susceptible to these types of scams.
How a service dog saved the life of a Marine Corps veteranThis relationship between dog and vet could help lead to legislation providing more service dogs to veterans with PTS.
18 weeks to a new you: Why veterans should consider a career in ITOne company is leading the charge to help current and former service members find new career paths once their service to country is over.
A new bipartisan effort aims to shelter homeless veterans in "zombie" propertiesOn any given night, it is estimated there are nearly 40,000 homeless veterans nationwide, while at the same time there are countless crumbling buildings.
How personal tragedy led a two-star general to Vets4WarriorsIn June 2003, Kevin Graham, a senior ROTC student at the University of Kentucky took his own life. Kevin came from a military family -- a family who knew he was going through a rough time, but didn't know the extent of it.
Marijuana and PTSD research could be radically changed with this billCan marijuana be used as an effective treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)?
Members of Congress visit 'the bunker' — a support home for veterans that have been deported to MexicoFor veterans deported to Mexico, the Deported Veterans Support House, or the “Bunker”, is crucial to surviving.
Groups provide full-ride scholarships to wounded warrior caregiversTwo non-profits and a major public university that have joined forces to offer caregivers of wounded veterans generous academic scholarships.
Veterans with other-than-honorable discharge now able to get VA mental health helpVeterans with other-than-honorable administrative discharge can apply and receive emergency mental health care at all VHA medical centers.
VA Roundup: Tele-ICU, talks held with Canada's VA and progress shown in MST-related PTSD claimsThis week, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced their Tele-ICU “center”, talks were had with Canada's VA and changes to the military sexual trauma (MST) claims.
Vietnam-era Marine helps veterans with health care, housingWhen Jim Manley joined the U.S. Marine Corps in 1958 just prior to the large-scale involvement of the U.S. military in the Vietnam War he saw military service as an opportunity to give back to his country.
Your new home with a VA loan: A financial and 'emotional investment'Buying a home is not only a financial investment but an 'emotional investment' as well, says Bev Thorne, chief marketing officer for Freedom Mortgage.

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