Veterans share something that is special and unique — even if they are on different sides of a conflict.
US Department of Veterans Affairs praises Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Santiago Erevia, who passed away March 22, 2016.
Long before women served in combat units, they served as nurses in virtually all of the wars in which this country fought.
A statue of Philadelphia's only Medal of Honor recipient from the Vietnam War will grace the city's Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
A staunch advocate for veterans, Murphy was the first Iraq War veteran elected to Congress.
Starbucks' tuition-free college program, originally for two years, has been extended to four years for the company's employees.
Veterans Day is a prime time for scam artists to take advantage of patriotic Americans who want to contribute to veterans causes and organizations.
Veterans, both newly discharged and those who served in past wars, often pass up benefits they are entitled to simply because they don't bother to find out what they are — and how important they may be.
After 30 years in the Air Force, Dr. Rudolph Roth practices medical dermatology at Penn Medicine at Radnor and works with doctors in Guatemala.
State legislators finally alert senior citizens and veterans to the fact that they may be eligible for an annual $250 tax deduction under a state law passed in 1963.