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A Veterans Group Is Accusing The VA Department’s Motto Of Being Sexist
An influential group of young veterans is challenging the Department of Veterans Affairs to change its mission statement, arguing the decades-old mantra diminishes the contributions of women service members.

Disabled veteran looks for answers after VA refuses to pay for childbirth bills
It has been eight months since Kathy Daniels gave birth to her daughter, but thousands of dollars in bills remain unpaid as Veterans Affairs has refused to pay.

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101-year-old WWII veteran honored in Shreveport
A long life full of accomplishments was recognized once again Tuesday, when 101-year-old Dr. Thomas Deas received the Louisiana Veterans Honor Medal.

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Vet living with chronic pain questions VA’s changing treatment methods
A local veteran living with pain tells us he's not happy with the VA's prescription to fight it. The men and women who served our country are not immune from the opioid crisis, and the veterans administration is trying to balance treating pain while preventing addiction.​
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Hundreds of recruits get sick at Marine boot camp
More than 300 recruits at the Marines’ boot camp in San Diego are suffering from diarrheal symptoms from an bacterial outbreak, officials disclosed on Tuesday.

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VA proposed rule would expand healthcare access through telehealth
President Donald Trump announced in August that new efforts were required to better use technology to improve healthcare for veterans and greatly expand their access to care, especially for mental healthcare and suicide prevention.
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New App Helps Military and Veteran Communities Save Money While Traveling
Today urMuv, a one-stop neighborhood shopping app that helps consumers find their ideal place to live, announced the addition of a new feature to help Military, Veterans, and their families save money. Users can now easily find participating restaurants and lodging with military discounts along the East Coast.