Up to 227 medical providers dismissed from the Department of Veterans Affairs over poor-quality care may be treating veterans through the VA’s networks of private physicians, a Government Accountability Office review has found.
Captain Sir Tom Moore, the 100-year-old British veteran who became a national hero after raising millions for frontline pandemic workers by walking laps in his garden, has died after being diagnosed with coronavirus last week.
The Fifth Amendment and double jeopardy clause protects us from being repeatedly tried for the same offenses. Learn how Army Sergeant Timothy Hennis was tried more than once for the same crime.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will receive a nearly 12% increase in total funding for fiscal year 2021 set at $243 billion, up $26 billion from FY 2020 levels.
Why do nations still wage war against each other? In this episode, learn about the national security strategy, what issues lead to armed conflict, and the role of ethics.
Here are some of the important changes coming to your GI Bill benefits for 2021. The legislation makes several changes to existing benefit programs.
In this episode, hear from Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart about his 38-year career in the Marines, his leadership experience including as Director of the DIA and how his military career helped him transition to the private sector.
Few things are as humbling as a national cemetery. There is a certain solemnity to a visit there, as if the Earth’s gravity were somehow stronger at these poignant locations.