A labor union representing federal workers has begun a campaign and petition urging the Department of Veterans Affairs secretary to replace its chief negotiator after the union accused the agency of delaying negotiations.
Marine Lance Cpl. Joe C. Paul and his platoon suffered heavy fire in Chu Lai, Vietnam, on Aug. 18, 1965. With five comrades wounded, Paul placed himself between them and the Viet Cong so that the wounded could be evacuated.
Bruce Springsteen and former “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart will return to Lincoln Center to once again help headline the Stand Up for Heroes fundraiser supporting wounded, ill and injured veterans and their families.
Lt. Col. James "Maggie" Megellas, a paratrooper who took part in several daring World War II operations and became one of the 82nd Airborne Division's most celebrated and decorated soldiers, was buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will provide abortion counseling and abortions in cases of rape, incest or if the pregnancy threatens the health of the pregnant veteran, at its federal health facilities throughout the country, including in states that ban or severely restrict the practice.
Three days after popular Newport News dentist, Dr. William “Bill” Trolenberg, was gunned down outside his office in 2019, police arrested Navy veteran Kelly Michael Vance in the killing. Vance was captured on video shooting Trolenberg — but a crucial question remained: Why?
Michael Molitor attempted to make good on threats he made to friends that he'd try "suicide by cop" when he allegedly holed up in a Minnesota residence and fired at least two volleys of gunfire wildly at police.
Gunnery Sgt. Arthur Summers was 27 when he was shot and killed while fighting Japanese soldiers in the 1943 Battle of Tarawa. For 76 years, his remains were lost on a small island among hundreds of missing Marines.
After years of legal battles, a judge found that the Air Force, when it withdrew an offer in 2014 for a historian job at Laughlin Air Force Base, had discriminated against Dave Bighia. Weeks after the deadline, Bighia has yet to see a dime or receive a job offer.
Inching up on eight decades since the end of World War II, Air Force veteran Larry Wills, 99, walked onto the taxiway of the Medford airport Tuesday to check out a near-twin to the plane in which he once flew combat missions over Germany.