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Biden makes progress on ‘unity agenda’ outlined in 2022

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — A year ago, President Joe Biden used his first State of the Union address to push top Democratic priorities that were...

Israeli air force veterans say incoming government a danger

JERUSALEM ((DailyNews)) — Over 1,000 senior Israeli air force veterans, including a former Israeli chief of staff, on Monday urged the country’s top legal...

Deputy dressed as Grinch gives onions to speeding drivers

MARATHON, Fla. ((DailyNews)) — Several motorists who were speeding through an elementary school zone on the Florida Keys Overseas Highway received an odorous onion...

‘Do something:’ Ukraine works to heal soldiers’ mental scars

KYIV, Ukraine ((DailyNews)) — Sleep plunges the soldier back into the horrors of Ukraine’s battlefields. He can hear bombs falling again and picture explosions....

‘It’s the reflex’: Veteran helped disarm gunman at gay club

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. ((DailyNews)) — When army veteran Rich Fierro realized a gunman was spraying bullets inside the club where he had gathered with...

EXPLAINER: What are special counsels and what do they do?

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — The appointment of a special counsel to oversee the remainder of two significant investigations related to former President Donald Trump focuses...

Experts: Dallas air show crash may lead to more safety rules

While the cause of a deadly collision between two vintage military aircraft at a Dallas air show to commemorate Veterans Day remains unknown, experts...

Many vets are landing jobs, but the transition can be tough

NORFOLK, Va. ((DailyNews)) — Phillip Slaughter left the Army after 18 years and found a job similar to one he had in uniform: behind...

Veterans ‘best of America,’ VP Harris says in laying wreath

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — Under gray clouds and pouring rain at Arlington National Cemetery, Vice President Kamala Harris told the nation’s veterans Friday their work...

CDC to conduct health study at polluted former Army base

Federal health officials are conducting a new study to determine whether veterans once stationed at a now-shuttered California military base were exposed to dangerously...

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