Father of slain Marine whose funeral was protested by Westboro Baptist Church has taken his case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Senate bill recently introduced would substantially improve, expand education benefits for veterans.
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New telephone line will provide emergency support, resources to homeless veterans.
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Legion departments soon to have opportunity to partner with Habitat for Humanity in "Veterans Build" projects across the country.
Legion staffer, PNC Conley attend briefing on VA pilot program for case management of claims.
Mechanical problems limit track time prior to race; Michigan up next for team, car.
Hill, Navarreté lay wreaths in Normandy to commemorate 66th anniversary.
Making good use of the winnings from the Pepsi Refresh Everything Contest, Legion representatives visited Fort Lewis in Washington state for an Operation Comfort Warriors distribution effort.
American Legion Post 2001 and New York City open their arms and hearts to thousands of Navy, Marine and Coast Guard personnel during annual Fleet Week.
Starting 30th, Jerick Johnson moves The American Legion/David Law Firm 76 Freedom Car steadily up the field.
American Bar Association publication that reveals unregulated dangers in the fishing industry earns Legion's Fourth Estate Award.
Documentary filmmaker and Legion video contributor adds new chapter to series on the European campaign of World War II.
The National Resource Directory, a DoD and VA initiative, has redesigned and enhanced its Web site: www.NationalResourceDirectory.gov.
Female veterans, rural patients and caregiver families are pinpointed for relief in legislation guided by the Legion's priority list.
A quartet of four Army combat veterans, 4Troops is an official vocal group of The American Legion.
During The American Legion's Spring Meetings in May, the National Executive Committee will make a final decision on who will permanently host the Legion World Series.
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Decision allows monument to World War I veterans to stay where it is, at least for now.
Mojave Desert cross' caretaker, his wife express joy over Supreme Court ruling allowing symbol to remain.
The Taylor Hooton Foundation hopes to educate thousands of more coaches on appearance and performance-enhancing drugs with its new Hoot's Chalk Talk E-Learning Program.
The Cumberland County JobLink Center in Fayetteville, N.C., has been named by the National Economic Commission as this year's recipient of the Employment Service Local Office of the Year Award.
Legion makes Operation Comfort Warriors delivery to wounded warriors in Georgia. Pepsi grant bolsters fund.
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Commission and committee members, along with the National Executive Committee, will converge on Indianapolis for a busy five days.
Rep. Ike Skelton comes out strongly in favor of H.R. 5013, the IMPROVE Acquisition Act of 2010.
Family monthly premium rates will be reduced for all age groups by an average of 8 percent.
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Despite a law passed more than a decade ago, federal contractors are still falling short on using veteran-owned small businesses.
The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund is competing for $250,000 Pepsi Refresh Everything grant.
More than 300 family members, friends on hand in Chicago to honor Legion past national commander on ‘John Geiger Day.'
New York Legionnaire Duane Jackson gains national recognition after pointing out an SUV laden with explosives to police officers in Times Square.
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Follow the link on the right side of legion.org and cast your daily votes in the Pepsi Refresh Everything project.
The purchase of a special CD and/or DVD by country music star Michael Peterson generates profit for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.