Lawmakers in Washington D.C. just reached a $17 billion dollar bi-partisan deal to fix problems.
A veterans charity exposed by the I-Team in April for illegally soliciting donations in Massachusetts and failing to help veterans has shut down its operations.
A Connecticut man who said he was collecting money for Massachusetts veterans was arrested after being confronted by a police officer in Plainville on Friday.
Dozens of bronze flag holders were stolen from military, police and firefighter graves in Norwood.
A compromise has been forged in Danvers where veterans are upset that a POW/MIA flag outside Town Hall was replaced with a gay pride flag for the month of June.
Army veterans say the crumbling of Iraq’s security forces in the face of crisis is not all that surprising.
Ten New England D-Day veterans received France’s highest honor Friday at the Museum of World War II in Natick.
A thousand Cape Cod residents spent part of their Memorial Day weekend at a 24-hour event in a shopping center to show they care about troops, veterans and their families.
One day after an I-Team investigation questioned practices at a Rhode Island-based veterans’ charity, the Massachusetts attorney general’s office has filed suit against the organization, alleging it uses deceptive fundraising tactics and illegally solicits donations in Massachusetts.
The I-Team found one charity collecting thousands of dollars in donations for veterans, but so far providing no services to them.