As the partial government shutdown continues for a third week, veterans groups are sounding the alarm because what they say is the disproportionate impact on America’s veterans and a growing fear that financial uncertainly could lead to self-harm.
Veterans overall approved of Trump’s job performance, showing high support for the president’s handling of border security and his efforts to make the U.S. safer from terrorism.
Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle received the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award this week in recognition of his work with military veterans and their families.
Attorney General Mark Herring said in a news release Thursday that Future Income Payments and owner Scott Kohn violated the Virginia Consumer Protection Act.
“They Shall Not Grow Old,” a film by award-winning director and producer Peter Jackson brings more vivid life to the Great War — and the soldiers who fought in it.
Gerard Murphy never met his uncle Richard. But the Potomac, Maryland, native grew up hearing stories of the former journalist who enlisted in the Marines during World War II and disappeared during the Jan. 15, 1944, amphibious assault on the Pacific island of Saipan.
Arlington National Cemetery is opening a new section of gravesites with the burial of two Civil War soldiers recently discovered at a northern Virginia battlefield.
The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a nearly $2 million grant for a Virginia program designed to help veterans become teachers.
Military veterans in the D.C. area have the highest median income among vets in the nation, and vets have a higher home ownership rate than the general population, but they are increasingly being squeezed out of Washington’s competitive and high-priced market.
Catherine G. Murray, the first female Marine to retire from the U.S. Marine Corps, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on Tuesday. She was 100 years old.
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services opened its newest location inside the Pentagon Tuesday. It’s the 30th office location in the state.
Volunteers placed more than 245,000 wreaths at grave sites at the Arlington National Cemetery to help out with the annual wreath laying Saturday.
All U.S. veterans have been granted free admission to Maryland state parks, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday.
Beginning next fall, veterans and current service members won’t have to pay to apply for admittance to the University of Maryland’s College Park campus.
A program that prepares service dogs for permanent placement with wounded veterans and their families has been booted from Fort Belvoir and Walter Reed without explanation, the program’s executive director says.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.