from Inc. by
By Minda Zetlin
The Senate failed to pass a stopgap measure so the government is officially shut down.
Early Saturday morning, the federal government shut down after Democrats and … [Read More...]
By Meg Flanagan
Warrior ethos. Tomahawk. Thunderbirds. Geronimo.
Many military members feel a connection between the bold warriors of Native American nations and their own … [Read More...]
from Able Veterans
by Ginger Brashinger
Devastating injuries forced former Zion resident Cpl. Larry Bailey II to medically retire from the Marine Corps in 2013, but he would still rejoin his … [Read More...]
from Tahlequah Daily Press
State delegation introduced veterans health bill
By Sean Rowley
With President Trump applying his signature on Dec. 20, a bill introduced by Oklahoma's delegation has … [Read More...]
Lenders would be required to show “material benefit” for VA refinances
Over the last few months, Ginnie Mae and the Department of Veterans Affairs began looking into a segment of mortgage lenders … [Read More...]
BARTOW — A Winter Haven man is facing criminal charges for allegedly scamming people into contributing money to offset utility bills for veterans, then pocketing the funds.
The State Attorney’s … [Read More...]
by Mark L. Rockefeller
Hang out with entrepreneurs long enough and you notice patterns.
At StreetShares, we fund thousands of veteran-owned small businesses. I’ve noticed many … [Read More...]
by Paul Szoldra, Business Insider
It should be no surprise that skills learned in the military such as decision-making under pressure, organization, and leadership translate … [Read More...]
BY: Richard W. Walker
At a recent cybersecurity conference for small businesses in Blacksburg, Va., a business owner told the audience about a costly ransomware attack on the family’s … [Read More...]
By Tom Philpott
The Senate Veterans Affairs Committee has embraced a plan from Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) to expand eligibility for Post-9/11 caregiver benefits to older … [Read More...]