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Congressman: Cancel VA Bonuses, Use Them For Denver Hospital
- Colorado congressman Mike Coffman wants to cancel VA employee bonuses and use the money to finish the budget-busting Denver veterans hospital.
Feds: National Guardsman Plotted Attack For ISIS
- A National Guardsman arrested for supporting the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, had allegedly planned an attack on a military post in Illinois, the Justice Department said Thursday.
Military: Bergdahl May Face Life In Prison If Convicted
- The Army sergeant who abandoned his post in Afghanistan and was held captive by the Taliban could face up to life in prison if convicted of both the charges he's facing.
ISIS Hit List Has Ties To Colorado Springs
- 11 News has learned two of the 100 military members on the ISIS hit list have ties to Colorado Springs.
Daughter Claims Late Father's Unearthed Purple Heart
- An organization that connects lost military medals with veterans or their families says a Denver woman has stepped forward to claim her father's Purple Heart after it was unearthed in a backyard.
DoD investigating apparent ISIS U.S. military "hit list"
- The U.S. Defense Department is investigating claims that a group that calls itself the "Islamic State Hacking Division" reportedly posted a "hit list" with the personal information of 100 U.S. military members.
Lucy Coffey, Nation's Oldest Female Military Veteran, Dies At 108
- The nation's oldest female military veteran is dead. She was 108.
Navy Identifies SEAL Killed In Training Accident
- A Navy SEAL who was killed when his parachute malfunctioned during training in southern California was from Colorado. Jason Kortz, 29, is from Highlands Ranch.
Price Tag On Veteran's Hospital More Than 5 Times Original Estimate
- The Department of Veterans Affairs says it will cost $1.73 billion to build a VA hospital in the Denver suburb of Aurora - more than five times its initial $328 million price tag.
US to Keep More Troops in Afghanistan into 2016
- The Obama administration is dropping its plans to cut the number of U.S. forces in Afghanistan to 5,500 by year's end, bowing to military leaders who want to keep more troops there.
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