by Alan Pyke Dec 30, 2014
Military families are supposed to be free from the worst abuses of the lending industry, but a new report shows that loopholes in the law are letting veterans down -- and illustrates how to fix those failures.
by Sam P.K. Collins Dec 16, 2014
Congress is now working on a piece of legislation that would restore their benefits.
by Kira Lerner Dec 12, 2014
"We were soldiers but I’m not a soldier no more,” one homeless veteran said. “I barely feel like a person sometimes."
by Alan Pyke Sep 26, 2014
Military families are ostensibly protected from lending scams by the Military Lending Act of 2006, but loopholes have left them vulnerable for years.
by Sam P.K. Collins Sep 16, 2014
The world's malnourished population is declining, but too many people are still going hungry.
by Bryce Covert Aug 28, 2014
With a concerted government effort to end homelessness among veterans, it's down 33 percent.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 26, 2014
Obama unveiled a host of new reforms for veterans in Charlotte on Tuesday.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Aug 11, 2014
Forty years later, veterans are still struggling with depression and PTSD.
by Alan Pyke Jul 30, 2014
A company that lured servicemen and women into bad debt for consumer electronics gets busted for good by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jul 28, 2014
Just a few days before lawmakers break for a five week recess, they've tentatively agreed on legislation to reform an embattled veterans health program.