In Los Angeles, progress in getting vets into housing

May 17, 2016
The county reduced the number of homeless vets living on the streets by 44 percent.
 A homeless person covers up on a bus stop bench before dawn October 12, 2007 in downtown Los Angeles, California. 
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Veterans could lose tax credit

Nov 11, 2015
About one in five military families qualify for tax credits for the working poor.

Veteran unemployment improving, but unequally

Nov 11, 2015
Veterans have lower unemployment than civilians, but it's harder for young vets.

Un-boot camp for women exiting the military

Oct 20, 2015
The unemployment rate for post-9/11 veterans remains higher for women than men.

Veterans, abortion and DC’s broken business model

Sep 24, 2015
To keep the government running, a bill becomes a legislative vehicle.

A long road from the Marines to college

Sep 14, 2015
For one veteran, a college education represents a second chance.

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A veteran's college experience

Sep 11, 2015
Karlene Williams promised herself she would finish school if she survived the war.

Recruiting veterans to elite colleges

Sep 10, 2015
Inside the Posse program at Vassar College.

Helping low-income college students feel at home

Sep 1, 2015
After criticism, Vassar College tries to become a more inclusive campus.