News and Stories
Former President George W. Bush shares veterans’ stories and lessons through paintings in his new book, “Portraits of Courage.” He discusses a section on post-traumatic stress, saying, “It was courageous to volunteer in the face of danger, and it’s just as courageous to talk about the invisible wounds of war.”
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin announces that his department will adopt the same electronic health system as the Department of Defense, allowing for a “seamless transfer of information” from military enlistment until a veteran’s death.
As many as 40 veterans died while waiting months for appointments as VA employees created secret waiting lists and other falsehoods to cover up delays.
NBC News’ Tom Brokaw sits down with two Vietnam veterans who are flying again thanks to the Air Force’s Freedom Flyer program.
Nearly three years after a whistleblower revealed that 1,400 of veterans languished without care, new whistleblowers say little has changed.
President-elect Donald Trump says he has tapped David Shulkin to head the Department of Veterans Affairs, along with alignment from some top hospitals
Veteran Tom Sitter takes up the bugle for the first time in 70 years to play “Taps” over a fallen comrade’s grave. WTMJ’s Rikki Mitchell reports.
My Brothers House, a nonprofit providing housing and counseling services to veterans, will open a residence in Philadelphia exclusively for LGBTQ veterans.
Police in Cedar Springs, Michigan, are asking for the public’s help after parts of a monument dedicated to a fallen soldier were stolen.
Female U.S. war vets are finding help for their post-traumatic stress disorder far from home.