More than 67,000 veterans are homeless on any given night in the U.S., but a national program that began in D.C. is working to get them off the streets.
Recently passed Virginia legislation says the state can only fund new veterans care centers if federal grants come through. The governor wants to amend that bill, and the
A new charter middle school may be coming to the Joint Base Anacostia Bolling military installation.
When Capt. Justen Garrity found it nearly impossible to find a job after he left the U.S. Army, he decided to strike out on his own.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, one of the loudest supporters of Congress' role in authorizing U.S. war powers, says he's glad that the White House has sent a resolution to Capitol Hill.
The Washington Navy Yard building that was the site of a mass shooting in 2013 has been reopened to employees after extensive renovations.
Operation Homefront helps military families during difficult times, like they did with the Allred family in Fairfax County.
Swarms of active-duty service members and music fans packed onto the National Mall yesterday for the concert put on in honor of the nation's veterans.
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