A bill offering tax benefits for vets who retire before 55 is moving through the state capitol for a third time.
Former foreign correspondent Donna Bryson says she found few people talk about the War on Terror in Denver.
Breckenridge is once again honoring our veterans and active duty military with the annual Wounded Heroes Family Ski Week.
A team of about 30 people were called out to Kiowa after the grass fire to help clear debris from the four homes destroyed by the…
The phrase “deported veteran” may not be a common part of most people’s vocabulary, but they exist—and there are many.
Vail Resorts is rolling out $99 unlimited-access passes for active and retired military members and their dependents for the 2018-19 season…
There are 40,000 female veterans living in Colorado right now, and many say their needs are not at standard offices.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin recognized his trip to Europe might seem bad after a report came out citing he misused taxpayer funds.
Veterans Affairs chief David Shulkin wrongly used taxpayer funds, covered up his wife's trip to Europe, according to the agency's inspector general.
Thousands of intelligence agency employees would be furloughed even as tension over North Korea's nuclear program remains high. Important…
AARP survey shows veterans are twice as likely to be scammed as general population.
Jerry Halsor volunteers to teach a sculpting class at the V.A.'s Valor Point, a residential rehabilitation program for homeless veterans.