By Autumn Pattison
The President struggled to offer more than condolences and promises, as he realized the limits of his power. There was nothing he could do to change past events, or go back in time to edit legislation. He was forced to claim responsibility for what was already done, and stomach the consequences.
By Priscilla Liguori
Mayor Marty Walsh spoke at the Brighton Marine Health Center on Veterans Day about the Homes for the Brave initiative.
By Demi Vitkute
Hundreds of volunteers who signed up for “Operation Thank a Vet,” a city wide effort to honor Boston’s veterans, are going door to door Saturday, November 7 and Sunday, November 8, to thank the citizens who have served the U.S. military and provide them with the resources available.
By Mumbi-Michelle Kimani — 10/02/10
A massive group of anti-war advocates and veterans came to the nation’s capital today to demand an end to the war effort. They are outraged with the trillions of dollars going towards the military budget.