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Pathways to Housing D.C. is part of a national effort, with the Veterans Administration, to house homeless veterans this fall. Their goal is to house 50 veterans in the District by the end of November.
Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton is asking President Barack Obama to take action so the flags of the District and U.S. territories are included when all 50 state flags are raised during armed forces events and whenever federal agencies and civilian organizations display them.
A documentary that tells the story of four World War II veterans and their dream of seeing their memorial in the District will be screened downtown over the next month.
A Civil War general's prized sword has returned to Fredericksburg.
From sea to shining sea, the nation paid tribute to its members of the armed services Sunday, both with somber traditions such as a Virginia wreath-laying ceremony attended by President Barack Obama to honor those who didn't make it back from active duty, and more lighthearted perks including red-carpet treatment at Las Vegas casinos for those who did.
Veterans Day is observed Monday by the federal government, which means there will be a lot of changes to the roads, rails and government services.
A statue of the Marine Corps' most decorated member will be dedicated Monday.
A community college in western Maryland is honoring students who are military veterans by giving them a special place to study and relax.
Maryland officials will be attending a ceremony to honor veterans in Baltimore.
For many of our newest veterans, the one thing they really want this Veterans Day is a job.
One Marine reflects on the first Afghan civilian death he saw from an improvised explosive device, or IED, as told to WTOP's Heather Brady.
Virginia museums and cultural sites will give free admission on Veterans Day to current and former military members.
Select Auto Imports and WTOP are teaming up to help a local charity that is helping financially strapped, wounded service members as they recover from their injuries.
The relative calm of the federal holiday will be followed by another crazy Metro weekend, complete with full closures of four stations.
It's easier than you think to show your support for our troops this Veterans Day weekend -- especially if you like ketchup on your burger and fries.
Staff Sgt. Meg Krause was the last person to notice she wasn't coping well after returning from Iraq, but after getting help, she is hoping to inspire other veterans to do the same.
Vice President Joe Biden has paid a visit to the Sept. 11 memorial during a visit to New York City, where he is expected to mark Veterans Day.
Heralding the end of one war and the drawdown of another, President Barack Obama observed Veterans Day on Friday by urging Americans to hire the thousands of servicemen and women coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan.
On this Veterans Day, made special as the last "binary" date of the century, the nation stops to reflect the warriors who swore an oath to protect the United States.
Ralph Hoover spent the same amount of time in combat as it takes most people to earn a college degree.
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