Meet the team of veterans working alongside Afghan farmers to source the world's most valuable spiceThe one thing we all have in common: a desire to serve a cause greater than ourselves.
GruntStyle CEO sends message to Illinois: "Fix yourself and don't mess with my team"The strongly worded response from the former Drill Sergeant turned successful entrepreneur comes in response to Illinois announcing the largest permanent income tax hike in state history.
Doc Todd: Navy Vet gives hip hop a dose of combat medicineIt’s not often that a hip hop artist’s experience with guns includes firefights in Afghanistan.
‘Forever’ GI Bill passes unanimously in committee, now heads to the House floor
How the 'Forever' GI Bill came back from the deadHow did the largest expansion of GI Bill benefits in a decade, a bill that was all but dead in April, gain life support and now is set to breeze through the House?
'Forever GI Bill' is the largest expansion to GI Bill benefits in a decadeA deal brokered between House Republicans and Democrats is a sweeping effort to adapt the post-9/11 GI Bill to the rapidly changing job market.
Amazon is stepping up to help hire critically wounded, injured, or ill veteransAmazon has a history of trying to hire veterans and military members. In 2016, they made a “Joining Forces” pledge to hire 25,000 veterans and spouses.
Here are the wounded U.S. military service members and vets competing at the 2017 Invictus GamesMore than 550 wounded, ill and injured servicemen and women from 17 allied nations are expected to compete in the 2017 Invictus Games.
Here comes the Invictus Games ...Canada will officially host more than 500 wounded active duty and veterans from 17 nations at this year's Invictus Games in Toronto.
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.
Lift For The 22 takes aim at veteran suicide
Congress needs to act to save the VA's Choice ProgramA program that allows veterans to receive healthcare in their community if they face long wait times at the VA will come to an end, unless Congress acts by Aug. 7.