The Brooklyn sculptor initially posted the large sign with red letters outside her Coffey Street home as a protest of the Iraq war.
Veterans of all ages lined up in Brentwood, Long Island on Friday morning to get some much-needed assistance.
You may have heard about the military families initiatives spear-headed by First Lady Michelle Obama. Well, a lot of companies are getting on board.
For fifteen years, Elissa Montanti has, in relative obscurity, run the Global Medical Relief Fund from a makeshift office in her walk-in closet.
Thousands attended an anti-war rally at Union Square on Saturday.
Elissa Montanti has reached out to children in Bosnia, El Salvador, Sierra Leone, Iraq and Pakistan just to name a few.
Under the new rules of the Army, soldiers suffering traumatic brain injuries, such as concussions, during roadside bombings are now eligible to be awarded the Purple Heart.
Nearly a quater of the 85,000 veterans who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from mental health disorders, according to a new study.
One man from Westchester County is going to new heights for wounded veterans.
After 11 years away, an army staff sergeant finally came home for the holidays.
Antrel Rolle has apologized for comparing fans who boo players after a bad half of football to fans booing troops returning home from Iraq after a tour of duty.
A group of New York elected officials spoke out Monday against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is in NYC for the U.N. General Assembly.
An American hiker freed after spending over a year in an Iranian jail is now telling her side of the story. Sarah Shourd said she’s no spy, and neither are the two friends she left behind in Tehran.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday ended the U.S. combat mission in Iraq, telling millions who were divided over the war in his country and around the world: “It is time to turn the page.”
We know them from their various roles, but did you know that some of your favorite stars were also in the Armed Forces?