Sometimes the best way for politicians to help veterans is to stop helping them. It’s a lesson Nevada lawmakers need to remember as they go to Carson City and consider bills like AB67.
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President’s vow to “greatly strengthen and expand” U.S. nuclear capability stirs speculation that nearly 25-year moratorium may draw to a close.
More than 80 fighter jets, bombers and support aircraft slated to participate in first realistic training operation of 2017.
Session at VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas on Wednesday is latest in series of public forums held by agency officials.
President Obama has commuted the sentence of WikiLeaks informant Chelsea Manning, the White House said Tuesday.
A coin flip and a pilot’s inexplicable miscalculation combined to snuff out Lombard, one of Hollywood brightest stars, 75 years ago Monday.
President-elect Donald Trump’s plans regarding site for high-level nuclear waste remain unclear, but his pick for energy secretary endorsed plan to temporarily store it at site in Texas during his governorship.
Wait times for appointments at VA mental health clinics in the Las Vegas area were altered, according to a complaint in 2013, months before a national scandal erupted over similar practices at a VA hospital in Arizona.
Pvt. Robert Smith never received the Medal of Honor awarded by President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1877. His 82-year-old grandson, Jerry Reynolds of Elko, finally collected it Monday.
The federal government has been in no hurry to assess the health impacts of two harmful chemicals found in a water supply that Marine veterans from Camp LeJeune, North Carolina blame on cancer and other maladies.
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