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A Missouri police officer involved in maintaining security in troubled Ferguson was put on administrative leave Friday after a video surfaced showing him railing about the Supreme Court, Muslims, and his past -- and perhaps, he said, his future -- as "a killer."
Gamber's family arranged a special "card shower" to honor Gamber, and people from all over the United States sent their birthday wishes.
When someone dies, often their online identity dies as well. A new law in one state, however, is looking to change that.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General is calling for tighter controls on the support program for family members and others who care for vets treated at the Ralph Johnson Medical Center in Charleston.
Two accused of mugging veteran, 91, at La. casino Two accused of mugging 91-year-old World War II vet in Shreveport casino Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/VKLbDd Shreveport police say a 91-year-old man was injured by two muggers who took some of his casino winnings, but the World War II veteran injured one of his attackers.
TWO former soldiers from Wirral are in the final stages of a motorcycle trek through 26 European Cities to raise cash for war veterans.
New England hasn't been fertile territory for Republican candidates of late, but the party has an opportunity to gain House seats in the region this November.
A young man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Thursday for killing a decorated Vietnam veteran as he tried to break up an underage drinking party.
More than 100 veterans gathered at a town hall at the Phoenix VA Wednesday to voice their concerns over the reported lack of care for Valley veterans.
Earlier this summer, UPSTAR, a Realtors association, announced plans to build a home for an Afghanistan veteran who had come home with major injuries and put out a plea for monetary or in-kind donations.
A Greenwich war veteran is about to embark on an emotional journey to see his brother's name on a Singapore war memorial.
A VETERAN of Bomber Command who feared he would miss out on a nostalgic flypast has got his wish for a ticket to the sold-out event.
Rage Against the Machine 's Tom Morello and Rise Against 's Tim McIlrath are two of the artists featured on a upcoming collection of protest songs called This Concerns Everyone .
More than 5.7 million Americans served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1953. A New York state-based project seeks to connect Korean Warw photos with the soldiers featured in them or their families.
Leonard Henderson, 66, of Detroit talks about his problems with the Veterans Administration with David Leonard, director of the Detroit Regional Office of the VA, on Wednesday.
"I'm a Vietnam veteran, so I am considered one of the older guys in the group," said Bob Pries of Farmington Hills.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 02:32 am
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