Green card holders who serve in the military can be deported after discharge if they get into legal trouble. Some are trying to return or get their VA benefits.
Some 11,000 non-citizens serve in the U.S. military. But if they commit crimes after discharge, these veterans can be deported.
A sharp rise in the number of homeless vets in L.A. County prompts advocates to question whether the crisis' root causes are being adequately confronted.
The Inland Empire city of 83,000 has lost five former students to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, more than any other high school in Southern California.
The measures would restore federal education money veterans had spent at the school. One bill would also restore lost housing allowances.
Thousands of military households rely on government food aid, but the Pentagon doesn't track exactly how many service members have trouble feeding their families.
The measure aims to improve services for vets with "significant" mental or behavioral issues, after a report found a lack of resources at VA facilities.