Disabled Veterans News
Inside the fight to take down online prostitution review boards
At first glance, the undercover video captured by a Seattle detective seems to show an ordinary guys' night out -- a bunch of men just hanging out at a local watering hole, eating nachos and drinking beers. But police said these bar patrons were part of an exclusive group that called itself “The
Man starts free lawn mowing service: 'My way of making a difference is with a lawnmower'
Making a difference in one's community can take a variety of forms, even if means simply mowing a elderly person's lawn for free. That is the message of one Alabama man who has started a program for local youths to encourage them to give back. "My mission is to encourage kids to get out there and
Dad fighting deportation has lived in a church for 6 months to keep his family together
It has been more than six months since Javier Flores García set foot outside the Arch Street United Methodist Church in downtown Philadelphia. Sometimes, as the other parishioners make their way through the big double doors after Sunday Mass, he lets himself walk with them all the way to the
Veteran's and service dog's cross-country walk casts light on PTSD
One step at a time, Joe Copeland is hoping to draw attention to post-traumatic stress disorder and its impact on the military. In April, the Navy veteran, along with his service dog Molly, embarked on a cross-country trek from Virginia. Copeland averages 10 miles per day on his feet, but his heart
Mother of American man killed in Belize: 'All I know is not enough'
The mother of the American veteran who was found dead in Belize from an apparent strangulation spoke out in an interview with " Good Morning America " today, describing her shock as well as her desperate search for more information about what happened to her son, whose body was found Monday in the
William, Kate and Harry carry message on mental health to London Marathon
Prince William , Princess Kate, and Prince Harry put their hands together to push the red button that started the London Marathon . The royal trio, who founded a charity that aims to break the stigma surrounding mental health , were on hand to support the runners at the starting line this morning.
Singer-songwriter Jewel used self-taught meditation to help cope with rough childhood and anxiety
Multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated artist Jewel said she developed a mindfulness meditation practice on her own at a young age to help cope with a tough childhood, homelessness as a teen and even pitfalls in her music career. "I just started habitually forcing myself to do what I call my
Chicago family fighting to stop the deportation of veteran who served 2 tours in Afghanistan
A lawyer is fighting to keep a U.S. Army veteran who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan from being deported to Mexico. Army Private First Class Miguel Perez, Jr., 38, says he has been fighting deportation for roughly five years after mistakenly believing his service in the military made him a
Military college professors teach cadets meditation to help them be effective warriors
Deep in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, a prestigious military college in southern Virginia steeped in more than a century of tradition has embraced meditation courses as a way for cadets to become more mentally fit. Dr. Matt Jarman, a psychology professor who focuses on leadership and mental
Top Marine testifies on explicit photo scandal: 'We've got to change and that's on me'
The Marine Corps commandant, Gen. Robert Neller, answered tough questions from U.S. senators on both sides of the aisle today about the growing scandal of explicit photos being shared on the Marines United Facebook page and other websites. Neller called the actions of Marines engaged in