Military Spouse Unemployment Needs More Creative Solutions

According to Hire Heroes USA, an organization that specializes in veteran employment, the military spouse unemployment rate is four times the national average.

Are We Losing the War Against First Responder Suicides?

Yet, while the nation and the veteran community both focus on awareness and action in combating veteran suicides, another group is quietly struggling with its own suicide epidemic: First responders.

Stem Cell Therapy Shows Promise for Veterans with TBI

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a wound in which an external force, such as a nearby explosion, causes the brain to move within the head and be damaged. With enough force, this movement can disrupt normal brain function, leading to a loss of consciousness or a feeling of being dazed and confused.

The Race to Find Japan's Missing F-35 before Russia and China

In a search reminiscent of the Clancy-esque techno-thrillers of the 1980s, Japan and the United States are frantically searching for an F-35 Lightning and pilot that went missing from radar Tuesday night.

Military Spouse Unemployment Needs More Creative Solutions

Are We Losing the War Against First Responder Suicides?

Stem Cell Therapy Shows Promise for Veterans with TBI

The Race to Find Japan's Missing F-35 before Russia and China

Iran sees the escalating tensions with the U.S. as extending to include Saudi Arabia and Israel. And on Thursday, an editorial in Saudi Arabia’s Arab News demanded: “Iran must not go unpunished… In [our] considered view, there has to be deterrent and punitive action in order for Iran to know that no sinister act will go unpunished; that action, in our opinion, should be a calculated surgical strike.”