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Newtown Officer With Sandy Hook-Related PTSD Claim Faces Dismissal

Police union calls inadequate insurance the issue

A Newtown police officer who was a first responder to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting says he is in danger of being fired because of his PTSD. Read More »

'Undercover Boss': Steve Greenbaum, PostNet CEO, Discovers His Corporate Family

'Undercover Boss': Steve Greenbaum, PostNet CEO, Discovers His Corporate Family

Many bosses talk about the "team" working as a family. But how many executives really follow through on the rhetoric? For Steve Greenbaum, CEO of PostNet, the importance of family gained particular resonance as he appeared on the CBS series, "Undercover Boss," this past Friday. Read More »

New Hope For Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injuries

New Hope For Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injuries

Veterans with traumatic brain jury struggle to keep jobs; here's one veteran who is finding success through an innovative program. Read More »

4 Challenges Facing Disabled Veterans And How To Overcome Them

4 Challenges Facing Disabled Veterans And How To Overcome Them

As two wars draw to a close, the roughly 1.6 million veterans who have fought for America and survived will soon find themselves in the most civilian of activities -- looking for a job. For those who have already come home from the two wars, their search comes in a terrible economy. Although their... Read More »

Veterans With PTSD Use Music Therapy To Heal -- And Get Back To Work

Veterans With PTSD Use Music Therapy To Heal -- And Get Back To Work

A decade ago, former Army Sgt. Leo Dunson was a good-natured 18-year-old eager to serve his country and make a difference after the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Serving in Iraq, Dunson soon found it difficult to sleep, worried that he might wake up in an insurgent's makeshift torture chamber. And there were... Read More »

9/11 Lives On For Rescue And Recovery Workers

9/11 Lives On For Rescue And Recovery Workers

Before September 11 brought a country together, Americans were forced to first privately accept the day's events as a coordinated terrorist attack. For Frank Silecchia (pictured with former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani), that moment occurred on the New Jersey Turnpike. Read More »

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