American Legion: VA home loans are a good deal, but they are not without risksThe American Legion has been looking into some of the lenders providing VA loan refinancing, and they've uncovered some serious issues.
Volunteers race to give a 75-year-old vet a cozy home for the holidays“With Mr. Greene being a veteran, we always hear thank you for your service, I say to people, do they really mean it?”
Veterans vastly support medical marijuana research, legalizationIn all, a whopping 92 percent of survey respondents support researching medical cannabis, while 82 percent are in favor legalizing medical marijuana.
Why does the VA own a Parisian hotel that was once a brothel?The 138-year old five-story building, known as Pershing Hall, has a storied history of unsavory business practices such as illegal gambling, money laundering, and prostitution. And it’s owned by the VA.
Meet the American Legion's first ever female National CommanderThe first Legion recruiter she met didn't want to help her join. Well, now Denise Rohan is the National commander of the organization.
Commanders for veteran orgs say athletes disrespect flag, anthemCommanders from the VFW and American Legion respond to athletes kneeling during the playing of the national anthem.
VSO relief aid on the rise as donations continue to pour inVeteran service organizations have been working to help veterans and families affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
DoD gives new guidance to veterans with bad dischargesVeterans who received less than honorable discharges are getting new clarification from the Department of Defense.
Disaster Relief help for veterans affected by hurricanesHere is a list of phone numbers and websites for veterans affected by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
American Legion Post 291 lends a helping hand to Texas flood victimsAmerican Legion Post 291 may be small, but its members are doing their part to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
American Legion hall outside Houston welcomes Harvey victimsThe American Legion in Crosby, Texas, is taking on the challenge of protecting its community while the flooding continues.
As Hurricane Harvey strengthens, so do the veterans waiting to respondAs the Texas Gulf Coast braces for impact, several veterans groups prepare to provide aid to the masses.