A 95-year-old World War II veteran got his high school diploma more than 70 years after he left school and joined the Marines.
US Army veteran Miguel Perez entered the United States from Mexico on Monday for the first time since he was deported in March 2018, hoping to gain what he's long sought: US citizenship.
Nez Nelsen never knows what it's going to look like when she lifts her cup from the canvas and lets the paint spill out.
Drafted to serve his country in the Vietnam War, Russell Milberry arrived there two days before his 20th birthday and died five days later.
Bryan Knight was 5 years old when he said goodbye to his father at an airport in Dallas, Texas, just before he was sent off to the Vietnam War.
A manager at a Maryland Chick-Fil-A was quick to help when he saw that a regular customer needed more than his usual chicken biscuit and coffee.
A tank gunner from of World War II just received his high school diploma--76 years after he left school.
When Dale Quick died earlier this month and left no known survivors, a Nebraska funeral home appealed to his community to make sure he got the funeral he deserved.
Lauren Mulvihill did not know what to expect when she was called to the hospital for an Uber pick up.
More than 70 years after serving in World War II as a bombardier and pilot for the Army Air Forces, Walter Kloc traveled some 1,500 miles to take part in the graduation of his grandson, Joseph, from the Air Force Academy.
William Tully Brown, one of the last remaining members of the Navajo Code Talker program during World War II, died on Monday at age 96, according to the Navajo Nation.
Cincinnati, OH -- Hezekiah Perkins, a Korean War veteran, arranged his own burial at Spring Grove Cemetery.
A 91-year-old World War II veteran in Muskegon, Michigan had to wait until Friday to receive an accolade he earned 73 years ago.
One woman shielded a rabbi from gunfire, and gave up her life protecting him.
World War II veteran Fred Lawrence has been hitting the gym three days a week for years, so his 98th birthday was no exception.
Roughly 40,000 veterans are homeless in America every single day, according to a report by the US Interagency Council on Homelessness.
Moving from one side of Bakersfield, California, to the other shouldn't cause too much of a headache, but when Xenos and Angelica Lopez did, one very important piece of clothing went missing. Three years later, they found Xenos' army greens -- medals and all -- hanging in an antique shop.
When 97-year-old veteran James McCue passed away, he had no surviving members in his family. But he had hundreds of guests honor him in his funeral Thursday.
Jimmy John's is known for its "freaky fast" delivery, but one branch showed it can deliver a lot more in helping an ailing veteran.
Ray Chavez, the nation's oldest survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor, has died, the White House says. He was 106.
Most people eye age 65, just waiting to retire, but not Chester Hollingsworth. He turned 101 on Thursday, making him the oldest working man in Texas.
He was a WWII veteran with a Purple Heart, a wife and three children. But in 1964, he vanished, moved across the country and later took the identity of an 8-year-old boy who had died years before.
A 94-year-old decorated war hero from Ohio held back tears on Sunday as he was awarded his high school diploma.
For years, the US Department of Veterans Affairs had been roiled by mishaps, setbacks and controversies. But recently, several veterans and their family members told CNN, they believed the department was finally improving.