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10% Happier: Meditation in 'Modern Warriorship'
ABC News' Dan Harris sits down with Virginia Military Institute cadets to discuss the importance of meditation in the military.
10% Happier: Meditation and PTSD
ABC News' Dan Harris talks with Virginia Military Institute professors about PTSD and the benefits of meditation.
Ben Carson and Sen. Elizabeth Warren Spar on Trump Question at Confirmation Hearing
Dr. Ben Carson today declined to say directly whether he can assure Americans that the Trump family would not benefit in any way from HUD incentives if he is confirmed as secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. “It will not be my intention to do anything to benefit any
Authorities: Cancelled New Year's Trip to New York for Fort Lauderdale Suspect
Esteban Santiago’s initial destination may not have been Fort Lauderdale, but New York City, where he had made a reservation to fly in on New Year’s Eve, authorities told ABC News. But for some unknown reason, he cancelled the flight and a few days later booked a one-way $278 ticket to Florida. New
Veteran Allegedly Kills 5 at Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting, Terrorism Not Ruled Out
A military veteran opened fire in a baggage claim at the Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport in Florida Friday, killing five and wounding eight others, in a horrific scene that sent people running for their lives, officials and witnesses said. The motive for the shooting, just before 1
Vets and Ex-Athletes With Traumatic Brain Injuries Team Up for Treatment
"GMA" co-anchor Michael Strahan looks into a new facility opening next year that aims to help athletes and vets with traumatic brain injuries.
'The View': Sarah Palin Considered for Secretary of Veterans Affairs
"The View" co-hosts discuss the onetime VP hopeful's possible new position within the Trump administration.
Air Force vet and his hockey-loving service dog are paying it forward this Veterans Day
Last month, a hockey-loving dog melted hearts as she watched intently from her front-row seat behind the boards while her hometown Nashville Predators opened the season against the Chicago Blackhawks .? Associated Press photographer Jim Diamond noticed a yellow Labrador Retriever sitting behind the
Army Helicopter Becomes Art But Also Heals Veterans
On Feb. 14, 1969, U.S. Army Huey helicopter #174 was gunned down while on a medical rescue mission in Vietnam, killing two of the crew on board. What's left of the U.S. Army helicopter has been turned into art, but it has also helped to heal veterans suffering from PTSD. Contemporary artist Steve
When 'World Makes You Cynical,' Veterans Can Inspire, Obama says
President Obama today renewed his call for national unity in the wake of a divisive election, saying in a Veterans Day speech at Arlington National Cemetery that Americans must "find strength in our common creed." Speaking after laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Obama noted that