Leo Shane, III

Military Times

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Leo Shane is the Capitol Hill bureau chief for the Military Times, focusing on military policy and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Trump directly refutes Gold Star widow

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President Trump's proposed budget increases spending on defense and homeland security, but for veterans, it's a mixed bag.

Trump budget would slash benefits for elderly vets

President Trump's proposed budget increases spending on defense and homeland security, but for veterans, it's a mixed bag.

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At dinner last night at Mar-a-Lago, President Trump told China's Xi Jinping that he'd ordered a Tomahawk missile strike against Syria. A bit later, Mr.

The attack on Syria: Risky, illegal... or about time?

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