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An effort to clear a national backlog of veterans benefits claims is making things worse in Minnesota. County veterans services directors say it now takes as long as nine months to process claims that previously took about 90 days, the St...
The Globe and Mail Watch Watch Watch The documents, Mr. Young said in a telephone interview, would prove that the doctors did not do the appropriate tests before taking out the organ a medical misadventure that he blames for significantly diminishing
The full Senate will now consider whether Commissioner Linda Schwartz should be the next assistant secretary of veterans affairs for policy and planning. Schwartz, of Pawcatuck, has led the Connecticut Department of Veterans' Affairs since 2003...Sen.
Romeo Daley's most vivid memories from Canada's "Forgotten War" still haunt him, whether they are of the exploding hand grenade that almost tore off his right ear or the faces of Korean children left as orphans by the carnage he saw six decades ago.
AT Kids support veterans 1:52 Grade 5 students at Sydney River Elementary in Cape Breton have started a letter writing campaign calling on the federal government to keep the Veterans Affairs office in Sydney open. In October of 2011 the first news
The project will cost more than $125 million, according to contract documents, and is expected to take three years. The new facility will include a new office building, Marine security guard quarters, shops and an emergency egress bridge, among other
Concerned Veterans for America will launch a nationwide bus tour from Las Vegas on Friday to heighten awareness about the Department of Veterans Affairs foot-dragging in its effort to reduce a staggering backlog of 500,000 benefits claims. The non-
Valor Games' for disabled veterans to begin Hundreds of veterans and service members are set to compete in the annual Valor Games Midwest...The events include cycling, archery, powerlifting and indoor rowing...It's the third year of the event that is
The directors of county and city veteran service agencies in New York will have to get federal accreditation within three years under a new law. The measure signed last week by Gov. Andrew Cuomo says those directors, who are appointed by county
Conn. (AP) Connecticut's commissioner of state veterans affairs is being considered for a federal position...Malloy and members of the state's congressional delegation voiced support Friday for Linda Schwartz's nomination to the U.S...If confirmed,