"We are horrified at the video of a VA employee assaulting a Veteran at the Atlanta VA Health Care System on April 28," Terrence Haye wrote to Newsweek.
"No longer can we ignore the wounds of war from toxic exposures," said Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas, who helped push the legislation.
"Needless to say he spent his final three years on earth battling the war that followed him home."
Americans remain divided over whether "Happy Memorial Day" is an appropriate phrase to use to mark the day of national remembrance.
The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs estimates there are approximately 25 places that have been named in connection with the origin of Memorial Day.
Newsweek has looked at whether the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), FedEx and UPS are operating on Memorial Day 2022.
"Where are the American people?" asked the former "Daily Show" host at the Rolling to Remember event on Saturday.
I hope that, this Memorial Day, we do more than just remember our veterans; we also take action to reward them for their sacrifices.
Memorial Day may be our nation's most solemn holiday, but even in the sadness, those fallen would want us to remember the most blessed nation on earth.
Weighing in on the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial, a man describing himself as a "disabled combat veteran" sarcastically compared his PTSD score to Heard's.
The national holiday remembers the lives of those who died defending their country during the Civil War.
The Republican congressman's comments came after the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly in favor of a bill providing $40 billion in aid for Ukraine.
Frank Gibbins cleared the beaches of bodies after the Normandy landings when he arrived in France on June 6, 1944, as a 20-year-old Royal Marine.
The woman said her father had VA benefits and was being transferred from a VA-approved facility to the hospital for heart failure.
"We are so incredibly proud. Glory to Ukraine," the team posted Sunday on Facebook.
Sprightly David Smith logs on every morning to watch viral videos and message friends.
The DoD estimates nearly 3.5 million troops from recent wars may have suffered health complications from exposure to airborne hazards like burn pits.
The chairman of the Wisconsin Board of Veterans Affairs left the position after being charged with three counts of child pornography possession.
As fighting continues in Ukraine, President Joe Biden is in Poland to learn firsthand about the unfolding humanitarian crisis.
"In the end it doesn't matter why; we just glad you did. Thanks guys," one commenter wrote.
The 2022 Invictus Games is set to take place in April following two years of postponement due to coronavirus. Games patron Prince Harry is expected to attend.
President Biden pledged to "find out everything we can" about the link between exposure to toxic fumes from burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan and the long-term health of veterans.
"It is important for us to show the nation that we can come together and do big things," Biden said of his plan.
The man previously claimed that he would "lop off the head of the serpent in the heart of the nation."
The unidentified body was buried while wearing the military dress uniform of the man's father, a deceased 97-year-old World War II veteran.
Police are warning residents to avoid Ottawa's downtown core amid "multiple cases of disruptive, inappropriate and threatening behavior from demonstrators."
The man received medical services, housing subsidies and nutritional benefits while using his brother's identity, according to prosecutors.
Of the 16 million Americans who served, an average of 234 are dying each day and about 240,000 are left.
A VHA pulmonologist said, "HR can't even seem to do the most minor functions ... "
Queen Elizabeth II turned her son into a private citizen on the day reports emerged of a government party during lockdown the night before Prince Philip's funeral.