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Bill Yeros was a Vietnam vet and a police officer who was burned out on all of life’s fleeting pleasures. If only he could find something or Someone who could give him lasting joy…
Oscar-nominated actor Gary Sinise has landed a new role in a real-life drama, supporting the men and women of America's armed forces.
Security forces had been scouring the Taj Mahal hotel for booby traps and bodies.
Johnnie is an amazing veteran. He lost his legs during war service. But he continues to help others by giving out food to the needy in the community and to vets.
A group of wounded Marines get a respite from their long hospital stay, thanks to friends like you.
On Friday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb and Wendy Griffith: the EU debt crisis spirals out of control, vets struggle with unemployment, Penn State attempts to heal sexual scandal wounds, and more.
Watch the Oct. 20 edition of CBN News Channel's Morning News with Efrem Graham and Charlene Israel. Top Stories -- Obamas Tout Vets Jobs Plan as Bus Tour Ends, Oregon Family's Photos Posted on Pedophile Websites, and more.
One group in Washington State is helping wounded warriors by showing them anything is possible in life. All they have to do is make it happen.
Watch the July 28 edition of CBN News Channel's Midday News with Mark Martin and Lorie Johnson. Top Stories -- Boehner Leans on GOP for Revamped Debt Bill; Soldiers, Vets Ponder Fate as Debt Battle Rages On, and.
On Thursday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb and Lorie Johnson: orders for Don't Ask, Don't Tell to be lifted immediately, Atlanta teachers caught in a test score scandal, a Vietnam vet fighting to fly his U.S. flag, and more.
'Wounded Wear' Helps Injured Vets Heal
Obama Signs Bill that Helps Jobless Vets Get Hired
Jobs Bill for Vets Gets Strong Support in Congress
Pastor to Vets: God Can Heal 'Marks of War'
Obama Lays Wreath, Bidens Urge Jobs for Vets
Service Member to Unemployed Vets: 'Look to God'
Obama to Republicans: Pass Vets Tax Credits
Anti-Wall Street Protests Becoming a Public Hazard