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Fmr. Ambassador to Russia says Russia is making moves to support separatists politically in Ukraine.
Turn on this year’s U.S. Open and among the balls, rackets, and tennis pros, you’ll notice something a little different.
The Department of Veterans Affairs said investigators have found no proof that delays in care caused any deaths at a VA hospital in Phoenix.
U.S Army Major Gen. Stephen Lyons says there is no indication that the soldier who shot herself at the base Monday had previously attempted to kill herself and that it’s sad she felt the need to resort to that type of action.
A 92-year-old WWII veteran finds humor in being declared dead, despite being very much alive, and in need of her now halted retirement benefits. WFLA’s Candace McCowan reports.
A good mentor can help with your job search, career development, and transition challenges. If you’re interested in finding a mentor, join the Veteran eMentor Google Hangout on Wednesday, August 27, at 12 p.m. EDT. You’ll learn more about the Veteran eMentor program from current mentors and protégés, and how you can get involved. To join the […]
Two NFL veterans, now veteran broadcasters, both say they will not use the team’s name during this coming season.
VA announces it is disciplining six employees for altering wait times, but it won’t provide specifics on what they did or how they’re being punished.