Tuesday, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced a canine training pilot program for eligible post-traumatic stress disorder vets.
Chuck Schumer has vowed to file a long-awaited bill that would provide health benefits to US troops who have been exposed to toxic fumes from "burn pits" in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The White House is pushing for an 11% increase in VA's budget for 2023, which will cover rising medical expenses, expand the caregiver program, and get VA some capital improvement projects.
U.S. Department of Education warns student loan borrowers about predatory lending practices hitting veterans. Below is a summary of this week's news and how it may affect your student loans.
The Pentagon annual budget request unveiled Monday calls for a 4.6% pay hike for troops and civilians, significantly higher than the 2.7% increase in 2022 but still well below inflation.
Several minutes into Eric Benson's interview with the Department of Veterans Affairs, a former Army officer who suffered a head injury in Iraq, he began to unravel.
Heidi Selbee's life looks different now.
President Biden brought up "burn pits" during a discussion of health benefits for veterans during his State of the Union address on March 1.
Paralyzed Veterans of America today announced it received a donation of more than $1 million from Penske Automotive Group, a long-time partner and veteran supporter. We received donations from Penske Automotive Group and Premier Truck Group, along with a matching donation of $500,000.
During his trip to Fort Worth, Texas, on Tuesday, Joe Biden advocated for better health benefits and medical care for military veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and returned with chronic illnesses caused by burn pit exposure.
In the ultimate decision made by the U.S. Supreme Court has heard the appeal of a Navy veteran who believes he should have received disability compensation starting from the day he left the military rather than from the day he filed his paperwork, an outcome which could mean substantial back pay for veteran who delayed filing for years.
In Michigan, congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) introduced a new bill to protect veterans and their families from toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) at military installations through the Veterans Administration (VA).