The VA actually spent money — and years — on a scientific study to tell us daily drinking is unhealthy
Money well spent by the VA, the oft-criticized organization that makes paying veterans what they’re owed for disabilities, education and housing appear as laborious as Thanos' quest to amass all six Infinity Stones.
Military units to reunite for mental health support in new VA pilot to prevent suicide
The program, dubbed Operation Resilience, will focus on troops who saw heavy casualties in combat or high-rates of suicide at home.
Travis psychologist sexually assaulted patients, who were recovering from sexual trauma
Three women, all Air Force officers, came to him for help treating their past sexual assault trauma. Instead, a jury found, he manipulated them, abused their trust and sexually assaulted them -- and said it was part of their therapy.
US Navy, Missile Defense Agency shoot down an intermediate-range ballistic missile in space
The test marked the second consecutive successful intercept for the SM-3 Block IIA missile in development. The intercept followed an October success, which shook off two hard-luck consecutive failures.
Search called off for 5 Marines aboard lost KC-130
A search over thousands of miles of waters off the coast of Japan was unable to find the lost crew.
Melania Trump gives gifts at Marine Corps Reserve toy drive
Melania Trump highlighted the spirit of giving Tuesday by sorting toys and making Christmas cards for an annual toy drive held by the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
Projectile brought to Maine wharf was live, WWII Navy ordnance
Authorities in Maine say a military projectile that was found at a lobster wharf was a live, World War II-era U.S. Navy ordnance.
5 things to know about Guantanamo Bay on its 115th birthday
Dozens of detainees remain at "Gitmo" and President Trump has ordered that it remain open indefinitely.
US military returns 3 disputed bells taken from Philippines as spoils of war
American troops took the bells in 1901 after machete-wielding Filipinos killed 48 U.S. troops in one of the U.S. Army's worst single-battle losses of that era.
Deal to extend benefits for ‘blue water’ Vietnam veterans appears dead for this year
Senate officials had hoped to move a measure extending benefits to 90,000 Vietnam veterans in the waning days of Congress.
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