Photographer shares powerful portraits of disabled combat veterans
Yes, the VA has an app store“There’s an app for that.”
8 veterans groups encourage House to vote-down Choice funding bill
From recovery to re-enlistment — the incredible story of the U.S. Air Force's first 100 percent combat disabled technician
Have back pain? This bill would require the VA to offer chiropractic careChiropractic care is not available at nearly 100 major VA treatment facilities.
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.
The 37th National Veterans Wheelchair Games just kicked offMore than 600 veteran athletes, all disabled military veterans from the U.S., Puerto Rico and Great Britain, will compete in 19 adaptive sporting events over the next five days.
Overwhelming support for Army veteran's dying wish crashes his phoneAccording to a GoFundMe page to support Lee Hernandez, a terminally ill Army veteran, received over 100,00 text messages on his cell phone.
Veterans hospital officials removed over care allegationsVA Secretary David Shulkin has removed two top officials at New Hampshire's only veterans hospital and ordered a review of the facility.
Report: Veterans are more complex to treat for opioid addictionFinding ways to share knowledge and experience with veterans, and increasing training and hiring of those practitioners could prove to be fruitful in combatting the epidemic.
House to consider ban on transgender surgery for US troopsA Republican proposal to bar the Pentagon from paying for gender transition surgeries drew fierce opposition from Democrats who called it mean-spirited and discriminatory.
VA honors staff, organizations for fighting veteran homelessnessThe Department of Veterans Affairs is honoring civilian providers and VA employees for working to address veteran homelessness this month.