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How for-profit colleges target veterans as a lucrative funding stream
Providing care for veterans is putting millions of Americans at risk for physical and mental health problems.
Activists say protest was part of an attempt to revive Occupy movement, with events planned worldwide
The report is one of the first to assess education success among veterans, where information had previously been lacking
Civilian advocates who work with wounded soldiers when they are being discharged are targeted by the Army
After it was found he was passed over because of his race, Melvin Morris received his a long-overdue Medal of Honor
Obama awards the Medal of Honor to 24 veterans who had been wrongly passed over
To achieve White House goal of all homeless vets off the streets by 2015, big steps in the city with largest population
After two decades on the street, a Korean veteran tries to adjust to life with a roof over his head
Research finds using computer simulations to carefully re-expose individuals to traumatic events reduces symptoms
America Tonight breaks down the numbers of female pilots who flew during World War II.
Personal essay: A former Navy SEAL reflects on the challenges of coming home from war and adjusting to civilian life
The only through road in the mudslide area is still mostly buried, with no timeline for when it will reopen