A Florida veteran who faked a limp, wore an adult diaper to his VA appointments, and lied about getting PTSD from combat is going to prison.
With the passage of the PACT Act, veterans can now sign up to have their cases reviewed. Here’s how.
The signing of the PACT Act marks a major milestone in the protracted effort to improve treatment for veterans suffering from conditions linked to burn pit exposure.
Sarah Jane Cavanaugh, 31, told federal judge she’d made up her whole story.
Andy Stumpf flies higher than most commercial pilots, except he doesn’t have a plane. Okay, he does — but most of the time, he just has a parachute.
Special Forces veteran Mike Glover weighs in on an alleged FBI document leaked to the media that identifies several groups, including one of his own, as extremists.
Democratic lawmakers and some advocacy groups are rallying in DC, demanding the Senate pass a massive bill providing benefits to veterans exposed to burn pit smoke and other toxins overseas.
LA veteran Gueorgui Hristov Pantchev, 50, faces up to two decades behind bars for stalking four female VA physicians.
A US Army veteran confessed to submitting bogus blindness claims to the Department of Veterans Affairs for years.
In 2018, Marcus and Amber Capone formally launched Veterans Exploring Treatment Solutions, which has provided grants to more than 500 special operations veterans to travel outside the US to experience a five-day course to undergo an ibogaine treatment and then rest and rejuvenate before ingesting 5-MeO-DMT, sometimes called “the God particle.”
Hershel “Woody” Williams was the last living World War II Medal of Honor recipient; he died June 29 at age 98.
Armed with fake documents and a tear-jerking story, Sarah Cavanaugh raked in a total of $309,708 in cash and other help from unsuspecting donors, prosecutors say.
NASA began sharing photos from its multibillion-dollar James Webb Space Telescope Monday, July 11.
Meet Will XX, a US Army veteran who’s tattooed motorcycle gang leaders, special operators, gamers, and rock stars.
Williams earned the Medal of Honor by taking out seven Japanese pillboxes using a flamethrower in the Battle of Iwo Jima during WWII.
On the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, WWII veterans, including David Russell, gathered to share their stories.
William Kellerman, a 97-year-old World War II veteran, was finally recognized nearly 80 years after his dramatic escape from a POW camp.
When I drove to Pennsylvania to get a tattoo, I didn’t expect Marine veteran Tatu Dreezy to pour out his heart about his time in Sangin, Afghanistan.
Purple Heart recipient Ben Breckheimer survived an avalanche and an atmospheric river to reach the top of the tallest mountains in the world.
Willie’s Distillery, founded by a former Army Ranger and Green Beret, has turned into a local treasure and nationally distributed brand in Ennis, Montana.
This VFW has held weddings and quinceañeras over the decades, but I’m here for the granddaddy of American gatherings: professional wrestling.
Video appears to show the employee stick his finger in the Vietnam veteran’s face and the veteran slap it away. Then the beating starts.
Spanning from WWII to the GWOT, four generations of the Denman family served in the military, and their call to serve shaped them as fathers.
BRCC’s Annual Adaptive Athlete Shoot drives participants to live a caffeinated life and, as Evan Hafer says, “Do epic shit together.”