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Ready to serve: Businesses find vets are dedicated, capable
Ready to serve: Small business owners find veterans to be dedicated, capable
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
Wounded Warrior Project Like a 'Frat Party,' Former Employee Says
One of the country's most prominent veterans charities is under fire and looking for new leadership after two of its top executives were dismissed amid allegations the charity squandered millions on extravagant conferences, travel and fancy restaurants. "It was like an out-of-control frat party,"
Major Veterans Charity Wounded Warrior Project Under Fire
Organization dismisses top execs over misuse of funds for travel, extravagances.
7 Times Donald Trump Channeled His Book 'The Art of the Deal' in His Campaign
Nearly 30 years after Donald Trump wrote "The Art of the Deal," the Republic presidential candidate has been invoking rhetoric from his book on the campaign trail for the 2016 presidential election. On Monday, Trump announced he wouldn't be participating tonight's debate hosted by Fox News, saying
First Grader's Thanksgiving Project Results in 500 Cards, Care Packages for Troops
A California first grader's determination to wish U.S. troops a Happy Thanksgiving has resulted in more than 500 letters written by his classmates that will be sent overseas to American troops . "It was kind of surprising," dad Derrick Emmersen of Playa Vista, Calif., told ABC News. "The teachers
Veterans Stand Up
Veteran Derek Humphrey tells his story about creating comedy upon returning home from the military.
Under Armour Pulls T-Shirts That Angered Veterans
The shirt featured an image that reminded many of the famous Iwo Jima memorial.
Under Armour stops selling shirt bearing similarity to Iwo Jima Memorial
Under Armour said Saturday it had stopped selling a shirt displaying a silhouette of basketball players hoisting up a hoop stanchion after its similarities to a famous U.S. war memorial statue caused some to say they were offended by it. The shirt, labeled on Under Armour's website as "Band of
How This Bakery Helps Military Vets Re-Enter the Workforce
Some disabled veterans are getting sick of the “disabled part.” “We might have a ‘disability,’” retired Sgt. Maj. Sedrick Banks told ABC News. “But it’s not about your disability. It’s about your ability.” Banks served 23 years in the military, bouncing around between eight deployments and various