Michael Maroney is trying to track down the little girl he was pictured with in an iconic photo from the storm.
The photographer, Vanessa Hicks, told BuzzFeed News that she never expected this kind of backlash.
“Any girl can wear heels, but it takes a woman to wear combat boots.” BuzzFeed News spoke with the U.S. Army veteran behind the clothes.
Investigators Wednesday identified Jerry Serrato as the shooter at the El Paso VA clinic. They said Serrato had previously threatened Dr. Timothy Fjordbak, who was killed in the attack.
Documents unsealed last week also allege financial aid fraud by EDMC.
Beneath every uniform there’s a real person.
Okay, so it’s not actually Kesha, but this girl’s impression is spot on.
The British comic is a reliable left-of-center critic of Wall Street. But on the subject of support for armed forces veterans, there’s little sunlight between them.
Just because it can be hard to see doesn’t mean it’s not there.
The world we live in is changing!
Pour démarrer votre semaine avec un sourire.
In an alternate reality, President Obama always talks the way he did at Ft. Belvoir Thursday.
On the anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper, people who say they are survivors of military sexual assault open up about their heartbreaking experiences and living with PTSD.
“Someone needed help and they felt privileged to be given the opportunity.” UPDATE: The VA also sent Michael Sulsona a brand new wheelchair.
And now, everyone on the internet is sending her death threats.
Le photographe Matt Cardy a pris en photo des survivants du débarquement en Normandie, et leur a demandé de décrire leur souvenir le plus marquant.
Photographer Matt Cardy captured these striking photos of surviving Normandy veterans as they describe their most vivid memory of D-Day.
On Monday, Americans gathered in every state to honor fallen military service members.
Rep. David Scott, a Democrat from Georgia expressed anger and disappointed in the Obama Administration over the Veterans Affairs hospital scandal that left 40 veterans dead.
A unprecedented new campaign by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America teaches VA employees and veterans how to become the next Edward Snowden.
Veterans are using Whisper to share the most intimate details of their struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder.
What’s right with America.
Anonymous confessions on the secret-sharing app Whisper capture the complicated lives of soldiers in the field and at home.
After facing criticism for what she calls a “harmless joke” about World War II veterans, comedian Natasha Leggero wrote a pretty perfect response, without apologizing.
Aw man, look at her face!
Faced with dwindling resources, U.S. mayors are asking Congress for help as they’re distributing more food and dealing with more homelessness.
The town of Lancaster, Calfiornia is making sure one local veteran has a proper place to call home.
Never underestimate the power of a new haircut.
Protesters started chanting, “Whose side are you on?”
They might tear down the barricades at the Lincoln Memorial next — and pee on the trees — to protest Washington dysfunction. “People here need to be thinking about serving their country and not their own sorry butts.”