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California; Patience Pays for Filipino Veterans; Hundreds who fought for the U.S. in WWII fill a VA center to finally stake their claims to full benefits.
Jia-Rui, Chong; Los Angeles Times; (Dec 23, 2003), p. B.1
Homelessness seems to trap veterans longer; Those on the streets are also more likely to have serious health issues, a survey finds.
Zucchino, David; Los Angeles Times; (Nov 10, 2011), p. A.20
Ground is broken for VA facility; Veterans Affairs chief Jim Nicholson helps launch a veterans home in West L.A. He won't rule out commercial development there.
Groves, Martha; Los Angeles Times; (Jul 7, 2007), p. B.3
U.S. veterans making gains on jobs front; Unemployment rates are now on par with those of the general population. Work is scarcest for the young.
Zarembo, Alan; Los Angeles Times; (Jul 24, 2013), p. A.1
Los Angeles; While Some Veterans Parade, Others Picket a Health Clinic; Holiday: About 200 protesters gather outside a North Hills care center to decry cuts in services.
MASSIE RITSCH; Los Angeles Times; (Nov 12, 2001), p. B.3
Ceremonies Pay Tribute to Veterans
Steinman, Jon; Johnson, Tracy; Los Angeles Times; (Nov 12, 1997), p. 3
Veterans Chief Said to Be on His Way Out; Cabinet: Groups had complained about Togo West. Loss would give VA helm to Hershel Gober, who lost earlier bid for job amid sexual harassment charges.
Chen, Edwin; Los Angeles Times; (Jul 7, 1999), p. 4
VETERANS DAY; New monument honors Filipino American vets; Believed to be the U.S.' first such structure, it tells the story of the immigrant group and the former warriors' struggle for benefits.
Kang, K Connie; Los Angeles Times; (Nov 12, 2006), p. B.3
Small Business; SMALL-BUSINESS REPORT; Franchises lure military veterans
Zwahlen, Cyndia; Los Angeles Times; (Nov 1, 2006), p. C.9
Veterans Chief Is Grilled Over Stolen Data; VA Secretary Nicholson tells angry House and Senate panels that he's outraged. For many on Capitol Hill, and scores of vets, that isn't enough.
Neuman, Johanna; Los Angeles Times; (May 26, 2006), p. A.5