REALifelines will help veterans, servicemembers and their families with the transition from the service into civilian life.
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$50 million in housing vouchers designed to help chronically homeless veterans had been threatened by spending cuts in 2011 federal budget.
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The top three contestants competing for the winning title and an $18,000 scholarship during the Oratorical championship finals will once again be aired live.
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16-year-old Virginia high school student creates online database for OIF, OEF servicemembers buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
During tomorrow's American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship Program championship finals, streamed live here at 10 a.m. EDT, Ohio, California and Missouri will vie for first place.
Anisha Gururaj from Chesterfield, Mo., took first-place during Sunday's American Legion High School Scholarship Program championship finals.
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National commander’s letter to congressional leadership urges use of all means at body’s disposal to ensure both enforcement, defense of Defense of Marriage Act.
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The qualification round of The American Legion Junior Shooting Sports Program air rifle match is complete.
Frank Buckles, the lone remaining U.S. veteran of the Great War, died Sunday of natural causes. The longtime Legionnaire and vocal veterans advocate was 110.
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Young veteran remembers the day he met the last living U.S. veteran of World War I to honor his 75 years of American Legion membership.
Frank Buckles served as an ambulance driver in World War I, and escaped the infamous Los Baños prison camp after his capture as a civilian in World War II.
Foster regards Frank Buckles as symbolic of the generation that gave birth to The American Legion.
Annual event will meet in D.C. before the Legion’s Washington Conference to discuss topics concerning veterans and their educational pursuits.
New video tells the story of The American Legion Riders and the good work they do.
Veterans may now take longer than the previous 120-day requirement to file an appeal with the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
The VA has made it possible for caregivers of eligible veterans to start receiving benefits and support services as early as summer.
National Commander Jimmie Foster expresses disappointment over 8-to-1 decision to uphold funeral protests as protected speech.
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Veterans and the general public are invited to St. Lous on March 10 for a free event on making homes handicap-accessible.
Revamped website, increased advertising, direct mail among ways department plans to reach out to veterans.
Organization’s Legislative Division director testifies before Senate Veterans Affairs Committee.
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Organization wants Congress to review Department of Labor’s Veterans Employment and Training Services’ program.
Foundation wants to know how and why women, including veterans, use high-speed Internet technology.
A new legislation calls for the receipt of both military retired pay and veterans’ disability compensation with respect to any service-connected disability.
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Two-day event focuses on current research programs related to health consequences of military service in the Persian Gulf.
Dozens of war posters from the Legion's collection loaned to the Indiana State Museum for an exhibit.
Veterans form Legion post in Cooper Road, La., to repay a community that meant so much to each of them.
High-school play about hate crime draws more than 500 to counter-protest, but the Westboro Baptist Church doesn’t show up.
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Legion representative part of panel that examines critical aspects of security and counter intelligence-related incidents.
Veterans and military personnel invited to the Verizon Center in Washington for Military Appreciation Night on March 12.
New VA and HUD report finds 136,000 veterans spent a night in a homeless shelter during 2009.