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We need legislation to cover the US Guard and Reserve [Commentary]

Congress should update the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act to reflect the…

New York landlord accused of violating service members' rights will pay out $59K in settlement

A company that operates a townhome community near Fort Drum, N.Y., will pay about $59,000 to more th…

Auction of service members' household goods canceled after social media firestorm

Some items to be auctioned had been in temporary storage for 22 years.

New pricing program, private-label goods part of major commissary overhaul

Average savings may stay put, but costs of some items -- likely the best deals -- will go up.

Tricare drops Nexium from preferred drug list

About 338,000 Tricare patients who have a Nexium prescription are being asked to switch to an altern…

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Campus veterans centers are where student vets are hanging out

Thirty colleges and universities responded when Military Times asked for photos of veterans centers…

Best for Vets: Employers 2016 — our 7th annual rankings

A record number of companies took part in our survey this year, which included more than 90 question…

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World War II veteran receives Bronze Star 73 years later

A World War II veteran has received the Bronze Star he was awarded 73 years ago for his service in a…

US refuses to add sailors' names to Vietnam Memorial

The Pentagon has refused a long-standing request to add the names of 74 U.S. sailors who died in a 1…

Senate's first female war vet looks for bipartisan victories

Iowa's Joni Ernst sees military and veterans issues as a common cause for a fractured Congress to ra…

Attackers beat former Army Ranger and steal his service dog

The Army veteran was attacked by two men in the Bronx.

Report: DoD may have improperly booted thousands of troops with mental health conditions

The findings call into question whether military leaders are following proper screening policies.

VA warns that scammers are trying to take advantage of Choice Program users

Scammers are targeting veterans who misdial the area code for the Veterans Choice program hotline.

Military Times Best Colleges Survey is open

Military Times has launched its latest survey to identify the best colleges and universities for mil…

WWII veteran, 91, receives overdue medals in Rhode Island

Like many of the men he served with, Joseph Aquilante was eager to get home after World War II and l…

Two old Army buddies, one kidney, and a life saved

Army veteran Kai Johns was told by doctors that both of his kidneys had failed and he needed an imme…

Lawmakers, veterans push Michigan war memorial's restoration

A crumbling Detroit pillar dedicated to Michigan's war veterans is in need of restoration.

Colorado military vets now fighting for college credits

"You can't tell me that someone who has served overseas and learned to speak two languages is not qu…

Veterans open nonprofit to bring hope to other veterans

For Patrick Wright, a Marine veteran of 14 years, hope comes in the form of action.

Trump's promised hotline for veterans remains unfilled

The complaints line is among multiple campaign pledges that have not yet been completed.

This week in Congress: Prepping for the White House budget

Defense and veterans hearings for the week of May 15.

One of nation's oldest veterans honored on 111th birthday

Austin Mayor Steve Adler declared Thursday Richard Overton Day in the city and also gave the street…

Donations to Wounded Warrior Project drop by $70 million

The organization released their financial records from the 2016 fiscal year.

VA officials still searching for fixes to caregiver stipend program

The department announced a six-week extension of the review into the program on Thursday.

VA secretary promises big changes on a tight budget

David Shulkin says he won't ask Congress for extra money to achieve a host of planned reforms.

Senators introduce sweeping VA accountability measure

The legislation has the backing of key Republicans and Democrats, and could move quickly through Con…

FBI director firing delays key VA health care hearing

The event to jump-start discussions on revamping the controversial Choice program was upended due to…

Mark Cuban invests in veteran-run business that sells saffron from Afghanistan

The three veterans walked away from ABC's 'Shark Tank' with a deal from the billionaire.

Federal court strikes down VA firing rules

The move comes as lawmakers intensify their push for new department accountability legislation.

Best for Vets: Employers 2017

Our 2017 rankings feature 82 companies that work hard to recruit and support veterans, service membe…

Man who pretended to be Army vet sentenced to 14 years

A judge in New York City sentenced Jeremy Wilson on Monday.