Samson, a rescue dog from Fresno Humane Animal Services, listens to a command on Friday, April 28, 2017 from his trainer during his first graduation from training at Valley State Prison in Chowchilla to become a service dog for a military veteran.<br>Brianna Calix/The Merced Sun-Star (TNS)

Lawsuit: Airline humiliates veterans with PTSD, service dogs

Attorney Christopher Van Cleave has amended a lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court, to show an alleged pattern of mistreatment by American Airlines and its representatives against disabled individuals with certified service dogs.

California lawmakers push for better tracking of veteran suicides

It’s an attempt to address a stark reality former military service members and their families face: Finding reliable data on veterans who have died from suicide.

Army vet who honored Dallas ambush victims shot to death after fight with brother

A retired Army combat medic who stood for hours saluting the Dallas officers slain in last year's police ambush was fatally shot Sunday evening in his home in The Colony, police say.

House rejects funding bill for nearly bankrupt VA Choice program

House lawmakers rejected legislation Monday that would provide $2 billion in emergency funding for the Veterans Choice Program by taking money from other VA programs.

Missing Navy vet's body found less than mile from care facility

The body of a missing Navy veteran was found less than a mile away from the Daytona Beach, Fla., assisted living facility from where he had disappeared almost three weeks ago.

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