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The VA Maryland Health Care System and other agencies are promoting September's Suicide Prevention Month by boosting awareness about veteran suicides.
After announcing his opposition to President Barack Obama’s nuclear agreement with Iran, Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin’s plan to change the deal has met mixed support from interest groups.
Three-quarters of Iranians back the nuclear agreement with the United States and a majority have positive expectations for it, according to a new poll conducted for the Center for International and Security Studies at the University of Maryland’s School of Public Policy.
Four Maryland University Police Departments Get Free Surplus Military Equipment Through Federal Program
Police departments at four Maryland public universities have received more than $190,000 worth of surplus military equipment.
Maryland members of Congress expressed grief and outrage following President Barack Obama’s announcement Thursday that Warren Weinstein, an aid worker held hostage in Pakistan, was accidentally killed in a counterterrorism attack in January.
Washington-The Wounded Warrior Project is hosting a Soldier Ride in the DMV. The organization aims to unite veterans by hosting events that promote wellness, friendship and healing.