VP Biden spends Veterans Day at Arlington National Cemetery
A United States Marine salutes fallen comrades on Veterans Day at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, on November 11, 2010. UPI/Roger L. Wollenberg
A Canadian newspaper said Wednesday it will serialize the names and details of every Canadian soldier killed in conflict since World War I on Twitter.
Some say Nov. 11, 2011, holds special significance because the date can also be written 11/11/11, but a U.S. researcher says it has no "mystical significance."
U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis released data Thursday that indicated a large spike in unemployment among African-American veterans.
Admission to America's national parks will be free on 17 days in 2012 to encourage people to explore the nation's natural beauty, officials said Monday.
Officials in Eugene, Ore., said the City Council's decision to recite the Pledge of Allegiance four times a year yielded complaints from out of state.
An Army veteran who read to children at a California school was arrested after authorities found out he was a convicted molester, police said.
Plans for a college basketball game to be played aboard an aircraft carrier are moving forward, University of North Carolina officials said Tuesday.
The National Park Service says it will waive admission fees on 17 selected dates in 2011 and encourages all Americans to visit a U.S. national park this year.
A Florida truck dealer is offering free AK-47 assault rifles to customers who purchase used trucks.
U.S. military personnel around the world were honored Thursday, with speeches, wreath-laying ceremonies and thanks offered in the blogosphere.