Veterans are not receiving appropriate review before being placed in removal proceedings, according to a new Government Accountability Office report.
Members of the United States Army's 3rd Infantry Regiment, "The Old Guard," carry the flag-draped casket of World War II Army veteran Carl Mann to his final resting place.
Non-citizens in the military are now denied citizenship more frequently than their civilian counterparts. The Department of Defense appears to be behind the shift.
In 2009, the Department of Homeland Security released a report highlighting the threat of far-right groups recruiting veterans. Ten years later, it's still relevant.
The president's old friend Albert Hazzouri used a personal message to advocate for the American Dental Association after spending time with him at Trump's resort in 2017.
The new access standards are the most important step toward reshaping the Department of Veterans Affairs in line with Trump's vision of enlarging the private sector's role.
Can the city's model work for chronic homelessness, in Houston and beyond?
There's been much ado about data suggesting there are fewer post-9/11 veterans starting their own businesses than in generations past. But those statistics may be misleading.
The government is attempting to get the suit thrown out of court asserting that a Watergate-era sunshine law on advisory committees shouldn't apply.
The administration is determined to use a new law to expand the private sector's role in veterans' health care—a move that end up being costly for former service members.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers united on Monday to call for action from both Congress and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A South Korean woman touches the engraved name of her older brother who died during the Korean War at Seoul National Cemetery.
A conversation with psychologist Ken Falke, who uses the concept of post-traumatic growth—which emphasizes that there can be positive consequences to trauma and suffering—to help combat veteran suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder.
In what has become a staple of this administration, infighting, backstabbing, and lack of leadership is plaguing potential legislative progress within the VA.
At a meeting in March, a lead analyst in the VA's compensation service was critical of the media, scientists, and the VA's own administrative tribunal for taking positions that differ from his.
A veteran walks through Arlington National Cemetery on May 29th, 2017.
The museum, like the video game, relies on careful curation to furnish an alternate experience of reality. Playing Pokémon Go at a memorial isn’t just disrespectful — it interferes with the augmented reality you’re already in.
Neither the Navy nor the Department of Veterans Affairs has a comprehensive list of which ships went where during the Vietnam War. As a result, veterans themselves often have to prove their ships served in areas where Agent Orange was sprayed.