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3 hrs ago | CBS Local
Kiyoshi Ota, a Purple Heart recipient who fought in Italy, France and Germany during World War II, was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in a ceremony Sunday on Cape Cod.
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8 hrs ago | Rock Hill Herald
The campus has been home to Indiana's veterans since 1896, when individual counties had a direct role in caring for their war-bruised and battered Civil War veterans.
12 hrs ago | Detroit News
Because of degenerative kidney disease, every four hours the 74-year-old went into a room at his home, spending up to 45 minutes ridding his body of waste products and extra fluid.
16 hrs ago | SFGate
The Arizona Daily Star reports that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs requested this week an examination of whether the college should continue serving veteran students.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. A Huntington man is in jail and accused of robbing the Chase Bank in Huntington at gunpoint Friday.
Since 2009, one Philidelphia police officer that has been investigated by internal affairs over a dozen times, has now found himself suspended after being charged this week with false imprisonment and other counts related to a March 2013 incident caught on film.
Honor Flight Northwest Ohio will make four more flights this year, with its last one in September.
Yesterday, a military honor guard played Taps and presented the nation's colors at services for Vietnam veteran Barry Everett, 65, of Portland, Oregon.
A 22-year-old Scotts Valley man was arrested on suspicion of falsely reporting an emergency after he told police that a man pointed a rifle at him.
Retired Army Col. Danny McKnight and his wife Linda, of Rockledge, Fla., meet the veterans they will be traveling with to Washington, D.C., at the Wickham Park Senior Center in Melbourne, Fla., on March 9, 2014.
Two representatives introduced an act Friday seeking more autonomy for a board that provides oversight on Gulf War illness research after Veterans Affairs limited the board's charge.
A $155 million supplemental budget passed, as did a measure to keep funding homeless prevention programs through fees on real-estate sales.
The Police and the National Security Service of Armenia are threatening the members of the civic initiative supporting arrested Nagorno-Karabakh war veteran Volodya Avetisyan.
Retired Air Force Technical Sgt. David Simpson retired last year, while his German shepherd, Robby, remained in service, reports FOX13 in Tampa.
The 27-year-old Eaton County man charged this week with attempted murder and first-degree criminal sexual conduct is accused of raping and trying to strangle a 10-year-old girl, court documents show.
New Mexico State Police has agreed to conduct a thorough review of the investigation conducted after a man was shot and killed by his neighbor nearly a year ago.