CLEVELAND, Ohio—Lawmakers, veterans, and his wife Melania cheered Donald Trump Monday night for his commitment to foreign policy and national security, despite the controversial positions Trump has taken on America’s commitments abroad.
President Obama awarded the Medal of Honor to a Vietnam War veteran on Monday morning for rescuing dozens of American soldiers who were pinned down by enemy fire in May 1967.
Twenty U.S. military veterans commit suicide every single day, according to new data from the Department of Veterans Affairs released Thursday.
The Senate’s version of the PAWS Act was introduced in a bipartisan effort to extend Veterans Affairs treatments to cover service dogs on Wednesday.
A U.S. Army veteran utilized his shooting talents to rescue a bald eagle stuck in a tree days before the Fourth of July.
An official at a Department of Veterans Affairs hospital is helping the largest federal employee union oppose efforts to reform the agency’s network of hospitals.
Sen. Mark Kirk (R., Ill.) blasted the Department of Veterans Affairs on Tuesday after investigators found that 30 percent of their text messages sent to the department’s crisis hotline for veterans went unanswered.
Nearly 100 veterans in Houston waited an average of 81 days for care after schedulers at a Department of Veterans Affairs hospital cancelled their appointments, a watchdog said this week.
The Department of Veterans’ Affairs will no longer use its fast-track authorities to expedite the dismissal of senior employees following a legal challenge to the process, Capitol Hill officials said Friday.
Donald Trump was criticized after implying that U.S. soldiers stole funds from the federal government intended for reconstruction efforts during the Iraq war.