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2 min ago | Detroit Free Press
They drove the same highways, crisscrossed the same towns and shouldered the same Texas droughts and freezes, never knowing that they shared a remarkably similar history.
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4 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Alaska is renewing an effort to secure a massive stockpile of emergency food supplies to be ready in case a major disaster cuts the state off from supply lines.
SHREVEPORT, La. -- You could hardly escape reminders of it during World War II. And over the course of decades since, Dec. 7 has meant one thing to generations of Americans: But that message has become muted over the past few years by the thinning of the ranks of the men and women who survived the assault that Sunday morning on U.S. military ... (more)
Merrill Newman, 85, supervised a group of South Korean guerrillas during the Korean War who were perhaps the most hated and feared fighters in the North, former members of the group say.
A former staffer for U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah was charged with lying about being injured in the Iraq war to collect disability benefits.
The country has made progress toward its goal of ending veterans' homelessness by 2015, but budget cuts might stand to threaten the momentum, according to federal officials.
South Carolina's Department of Juvenile Justice is signing an agreement to keep making urns to hold the unclaimed cremated remains of military veterans.
With the spotlight once again on the treatment and support of Canadian soldiers and veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, it appears those who have ended up behind bars are slipping through the cracks.
The Chambers Hautman Budde American Legion Post 534 Pearl Harbor remembrance parade marches onto the Anderson Ferry.
Master Cpl. Kristian Wolowidnyk is no longer facing an imminent discharge from the Canadian Forces because of his post-traumatic stress disorder.
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A homeless 53-year-old veteran invited to stay with a Veterans Affairs hospital worker for a few weeks tried choking her to death because he felt she did not appreciate his house cleaning, according to prosecutors.
Time is running out for certain military veterans to cash in on a gift from the state of Ohio for their service during wartime.
The Gulf War veteran had just left his Clermont home to pick up a few things at the 7-Eleven when his debit card was declined.
Arizona's workplace safety agency is recommending that the state Forestry Division pay a nearly $560,000 fine in the deaths of 19 firefighters.
The Florida family of a woman slain during the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard is the first to file a lawsuit against the government and defense contractors, alleging that officials ignored red flags about the killer's deteriorating mental health.