"They're a mark of my service to our country. I'm damn proud of them," M.J. Hegar tweeted.
In 1944 and 2020, Army Private Robert Levine had two close brushes with death, both in cafeterias-turned-medical facilities.
Bates tested positive for COVID-19 and spent weeks at the Indianapolis VA hospital battling double pneumonia.
"We were like shocked that he was kind of sitting in his wheelchair waving at us through the window," the centenarian's daughter said.
Jerry Holliman, 69, said he was told to check with Medicare to cover the cost, but the paperwork said there would be a copay required.
Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell responded to Donald Trump's suggestion that her late husband is in hell, calling for more civility in a country that has "turned so ugly and vitriolic."
A U.S. military veteran confronted Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz in Congress Tuesday demanding answers for his impeachment defenses of President Donald Trump.
The nonagenarian took to the skies with his granddaughter while a group of supporters gathered in Amelia Island, Florida, to cheer him on.
"I don't want to end up shot…after I survived everything I survived," Daniel Chapman said.
Jessica Henry, 31, and Gregory Dushan, 28, were charged last week for conning more than $50,000 and property from a DeLand veteran.
"Attacking anyone for the color of their skin or their religion wasn't OK 75 years ago, and it's not OK now," the 97-year-old World War II veteran said.
'Fox & Friends' marked "National Anthem Day" Sunday by praising country music and claiming "toxic masculinity" in the U.S. military helps keep Americans safe.
Jacob Blair Scott disappeared just days before he was expected to plead guilty to a number of charges.
"We are overwhelmed at all this love and support. We do NOT leave Veterans behind."
"That's my commander in chief. He's doing a job and everyone needs to support him."
"You cannot strip people and treat them like animals because they're defying your authority," her attorney, Terry Ekl, said.
"We are outraged, and demand that the Sheriff's Department conduct an immediate investigation."
Lt. Brian Tate, a Columbia Police Department veteran is being probed for pillorying homeless people and slighting races while calling out gang violence as a consequence for the Confederacy's defeat in the Civil War.
Mark D'Amico and Kate McClure both claimed that Johnny Bobbitt Jr. gave McClure his last $20 so that she could buy gas.
"It will open doors to people being unafraid to be open about their political beliefs in their own lives regardless of their skin color or their sexual orientation," Smith told Newsweek.
Eric Trump added that if the veteran's flag is vandalized again, he'll send another replacement.
"This is about what kind of country we have become and what kind of country we want to be."
Police in England, are hunting for a group of teenagers who allegedly assaulted a homeless man with a firework.
"I think Pete's a very humble dude and he's got a big heart."
The president said John James is "doing so well" he plans to head to Michigan to support the Republican hopeful in person.
The army veteran threatened to kill the Uber driver sand said he "hated all brown people."
"They went on shopping sprees," said Johnny Bobbitt's attorney Jacqueline Promislo. "They had a Louis Vuitton bag and Chanel sunglasses, a new iPhone 10."
Police raided the couple's house on Thursday, and their BMW and other unknown items.
Johnathan Miquel Brittain, 36, Colby Adam Humphries, 28, and Ronnie Dale Norton II, 31, all from Anniston, Alabama, were arrested and charged in the thefts of as many as 150 bronze vases that were taken from grave sites at at least two cemeteries and sold to a local scrap metal shop, according to authorities and court records obtained by Newsweek.