'Why Him And Not Me?': 75 Years Later, Long Island Veteran Looks Back In The Famous Battle Of The BulgeThis weekend, a congressional delegation is headed to Belgium to commemorate the battle CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.
American Pride And Patriotism On Display At 100th Annual Veterans Day Parade In NYCNew York City is marking 100 years of commemorating the veterans who served our country.
President Trump Makes History With Appearance At Veterans Day Parade Opening CeremonyWhile it's more common for presidents to honor veterans on Veterans Day by visiting Arlington National Cemetery, President Donald Trump made history Monday, joined by the first lady.
Veteran's Labor Of Love Makes Sure N.J. Soldiers Who Never Came Home Stay RememberedA retired Army sergeant researched fallen military members from Brick Township to honor their service and sacrifice.
Volunteers Giving Veterans Helping Hands Across New York City With 'My Brother Vinny' InitiativeThe My Brother Vinny organization has helped over 900 veterans in the New York area, and will hit the 1,000 mark early next year.
SUNY, CUNY Universities Waiving Application Fees For Veterans And Their SpousesVeterans and their spouses will no longer have to pay college application fees at State University of New York or City University of New York schools.
Veterans Hit The Streets For Annual Ruck March Through NYCThey carried weighted backpacks – or “rucks" – for an 8.5-mile march through Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Report Finds Military Members, Veterans Lose More Money To Scammers Than OthersA study from the Better Business Bureau found current and former service members who fell for a scam lost an average of $200.
NY Nonprofit Helping Veterans Network With Potential Employers, Find Job OpportunitiesThe company says it's on track to employ 5,000 new veterans and/or military spouses by next year.
Thanks To Social Media, Over 1,000 People Show Up At Funeral To Honor Army Veteran With No FamilyThe honor guard silently folded an American flag as members of the military, countless veterans, and local residents all watched and remembered Edward K. Pearson on Tuesday.
Veterans Ride On Horseback Through NYC To Support Suicide AwarenessThe 20-mile "Trail to Zero" ride started at Central Park and paused for a moment of silence at the World Trade Center.