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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Department Of Veterans Affairs
The state lottery was cleared Monday to go forward with building and operating new electronic raffle machines for Ohio's veterans' posts and fraternal organizations, in a move many of the groups oppose as an incursion into their operations.
A South Carolina congressman is sponsoring an event to help military veterans find resources that can help them in their daily lives.
At age 80, retired Chicago physician and educator Dan Winship is getting a bittersweet last chance to teach about medicine - only this time he's the subject. In the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, Winship is giving a young medical student a close-up look at a devastating illness affecting millions of patients worldwide.
A South Carolina congressman is sponsoring an event to acquaint military veterans with resources available to them.
A divided Senate on Thursday derailed Democratic legislation that would have provided $21 billion for medical, education and job-training benefits for the nation's veterans. The bill fell victim to election-year disputes over spending and fresh penalties against Iran.
From the very first days of the founding of these United States, we have entered into a sacred compact with those who risk their lives to protect our freedom: When your service is over, you will return home to a grateful nation.
A cemetery director says an Army veteran buried with military honors despite fatally shooting an Indianapolis apartment manager has been disinterred from a national burial ground in Michigan.
Long awaited but beset by delays, the VA Medical Center at Lake Nona likely will not see its first patients before 2015.
A veterans' organization banned in South Carolina and fined in Tennessee is drawing more scrutiny in Texas where it has been operating in several cities for years.
Recent problems at the Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Columbia range from issues with scheduling surgical procedures to operating rooms not always being stocked with backup surgical instruments and equipment, according to a federal report released this week.
A 45-year-old Veterans Affairs worker was shot and wounded Tuesday inside a public health building in southwest Washington state and a woman taken into custody was also injured, a sheriff's spokesman said.
A Vancouver, Wash., construction company says one of its supervisors has died at a Department of Veterans Affairs' work site in the southern Oregon community of White City.
Rapid City Journal, Rapid City, Jan. 22, 2014
The Arkansas Veterans Commission has recommended that the state's new veterans' home be built in North Little Rock.
The American Legion is hosting two town hall meetings on Veterans Administration health care in Georgia this month.