Military Families

A decades-old law makes already tragic situations infuriating for expectant parents.
Following weeks of rampant rumors about her "disappearance," the first lady attended a Monday reception honoring military families with President Trump.
“I belong here. I have family here. That’s where I should be. This is my home.”
After Vice President Mike Pence bumps him in the face, this kid stops at nothing to get an apology.
“We sleep safely at night because rough men stand ready to visit violence on those who would harm us.”  ~ Winston S. Churchill
By 2011, the unemployment rate for 9/11-era veterans had soared to 12 percent, with the youngest veterans faring the worst
  And, even though the contest is over, I'd love to hear your stories about why you are thankful for service members, veterans
When you're a brat you have memories and friends literally all over the world. There's a sense of homeless-ness about it.
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Across the country, binders and backpacks are replacing swimsuits and sunscreen. Fleets of yellow school buses are back on the roads, and more than 50 million children are returning to the classroom.
If you believe the New York Times, we live in a world where business leaders are tiptoeing around Donald Trump. They're afraid
Folks, I do some work to support orgs helping out service members, veterans, and their families. I figure it's the least
Community-based solutions. During testimony before the Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity, Committee on Veterans' Affairs
There are many reasons why Donald Trump should keep his mouth shut, and cower in the shadows where he and his family belong after making disparaging remarks about the Khan family earlier this week. However, here are the two biggest ones.
If you encounter social enterprise, be open when you see it. In many cases we are innovating and creating something that's
There is still work to be done to ensure military kids have the tools they need to thrive. They represent the future of any family, and their success and empowerment matters as much as the success and empowerment of their military parents. That's why any sign of improvement in how families cope with the deployment of a loved one is significant - and worth replicating.
Folks, the Veterans Charity Challenge kicked off a few weeks ago. This is a great opportunity to support nonprofits supporting America's heroes. It's our 4th year hosting the Challenge, and we've already raised more than 44 percent more money than last year -- this is a really big deal.
It's not your fault, and we don't hold it against you. We always knew this life wouldn't be easy, but no matter what we are still a family, and nothing; not time, distance, or the United States Navy can ever take that away from us.
As I look forward to this upcoming Father's Day, my admiration for military dads is so much stronger. I realize that the military father's duties often overshadow his involvement with his own family. He misses birthdays and other important family events while keeping us protected. His sacrifices are not in vain.
Captain Kuss is proof yet again that people are capable of anything. Pilot Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss died Thursday afternoon