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Texas veterans tuition aid program will remain as is

The U.S. Supreme Court has let stand an appeals court ruling that upholds a much-watched Texas program that promises free college educations to military veterans if they lived in the state when they enlisted.

House passes sweeping legislation to aid veterans

The House easily approved a series of veterans-related bills on Tuesday, most notably catch-all legislation addressing everything from healthcare access to homelessness.

Veterans travel to Standing Rock to join protesters, lend aid

Hundreds of veterans will arrive at Standing Rock Indian Reservation this weekend to join the monthslong protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline, bringing with them an influx of resources and attention.

VFW chaplain leans on his alma mater to aid fellow veterans

Marshall “Doc” Leary, a chaplain with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1634, used picture day Monday at Skyview High School to help the football team get the big picture on struggle of veterans returning home following combat.

New veterans aid building opening in Elliott County

They are the ones putting their lives on the line and going overseas to protect our nation’s freedom, but when they return home, their lives are forever changed.

Entrepreneurship Training Pilot Program Launches to Aid Florida Veterans

The Florida SBDC Network, in partnership with Veterans Florida, welcomed the first class of participants in the new Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program, a statewide initiative offering qualified veterans the opportunity to receive an accelerated entrepreneurship education at no cost.

China Envoy Says There Was No $8 Billion South Sudan Aid...

China never promised South Sudan $8 billion in development funds when South Sudanese President Salva Kiir visited Beijing in April, but much more than this could be offered if the country achieves lasting peace, a senior diplomat said on Thursday.

US Aid to Israel Could Dodge Sequester Cuts

The ambitious goal to be formally designated as the United States' "major strategic ally" is apparently on the agenda at the annual American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee gathering that's kicking off in Washington, known as AIPAC.

U.S. Should End Aid To Israel If Israel Attacks Iran

The U.S. should end all aid to Israel if it attacks Iran, former U.S. Senator James Abourezk says.

IDF Security Embarassed in Video

Watch this video just in of women being abused by a military paid for by the U.S. Taxpayer

U.S. Public No Longer Supports Taxpayer Money to Israel

With Democracy breaking out in the Middle East as the 21st Century Facebook Generation of Arab youth topple the 20th Century dictators, American foreign policy in the Middle East is being led by its tail to the future forcing U.S. Think Tanks into hyperdrive.

Everything You Need To Know About The $2 Billion That Americans...

The protests in Egypt have prompted renewed questions about the U.S.’s aid to the country—an issue that the U.S. government has also pledged to reconsider [1]. We’ve taken a step back and tried to answer some basic questions, such as how as much the U.S. has given, who has benefitted, and who gets to decide how its all spent. How much does the U.S. spend on Egypt?