The Department of Agriculture wants to make sure our veterans aren’t left out at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. They’re honoring individual vets.
Michigan’s two largest cities are in line for brand new veterans facilities as early as 2019.
DeKalb County is launching a court for veterans with substance and mental health issues contributing to their crimes.
Veterans health care remains a “high risk” issue threatening the federal budget and quality of care for former service members, auditors say in a forthcoming report.
The U.S. Supreme Court has let stand an appeals court ruling that upholds a much-watched Texas program that promises free college educations to military veterans if they lived in the state when they enlisted.
With confirmation hearings for Donald Trump’s Cabinet set to start this week, the president-elect still has not chosen a leader for the Department of Veterans Affairs, an agency he vowed on the campaign trail to significantly shake up.
The Allen County Chapter of Disabled American Veterans is in dire need of volunteer drivers to help transport veterans to treatment.
The 115th Congress has begun in earnest with a flurry of activity, and your NFDA Advocacy staff are on the Hill working for introduction of legislation of importance to funeral service.
More than 1,200 veterans are living on Los Angeles streets, thwarting Mayor Eric Garcetti’s repeated pledges to end the city’s soaring rates of veteran homelessness, officials said Thursday.
Walk inside Infinitely Fit, a new gym in San Diego, and you’ll find L.J. Eastmead in her element.