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The president has directed the Department of Veterans Affairs to suspend debt collections immediately.
After years of efforts by friends who pushed for him to be recognized, the 94-year-old is being awarded the Purple Heart.
The Labor Department cautioned that the numbers released Thursday do not include a later surge in jobless claims.
When the 2020 edition of the event was axed on March 12, Butler began to organize a social-distancing run.
The former Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier made a video of himself saying goodbye to loved ones Dec. 18.
A doctor at a Veterans Affairs hospital in West Virginia has been charged with groping and injuring a patient.
The 1,400 recruits on hold because of the novel coronavirus pandemic will likely be paid as privates.
Marines won't face the same hardships some endured during the post-war drawdown, when thousands were cut from the ranks.
The captain of a coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier who pleaded for help has been relieved of command.
The first new unit the Marine Corps will design to fight in contested maritime spaces will be based in the Asia-Pacific.
The Defense Department is preparing to send them to states overwhelmed by the rising pandemic death toll.
The 531st Hospital Center was headed to New York, which is struggling to deal with number of coronavirus cases.
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service is testing curbside order pick-ups at six of its stores.
The service will operate under a "reset" to determine which ops are necessary and which it can forgo until a later date.
Less than half of the 2,000 ventilators the DoD promised have been allocated, despite a desperate need across the country.