On Veteran's Day, local Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans are reminding employers of the value of hiring returning servicemen and women.
The region’s U.S. senators helped pass legislation that’s expected to help both unemployed veterans and businesses in the area.
The Knights of Columbus are donating 110 wheelchairs to VA hospitals in the D.C. area.
Military leaders were on hand Thursday to officially rename the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, which will serve veterans returning from overseas.
With the alleged mastermind of the USS Cole attack arraigned in Cuba, the families of the victims in the attack talk about how they have pulled together as a group to support one another.
State and national flags are at half-staff in Maryland Thursday, in honor of 41-year-old U.S. Army Lt. Col. David E. Cabrera, who died in October.
Alexandria students got the chance to say "thanks" to veterans in person Nov. 9 during "Take a Veteran to School" day.
Sen. Ben Cardin and Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, both of Maryland, are proposing to expand a program that would help military families stay with their wounded warriors.
Combating homelessness among veterans remains a top priority for D.C.'s Office of Veterans Affairs.
Veterans are more likely to be unemployed than the general population, a fact that a D.C. jobs fair sought to reverse on Tuesday.
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