VA backs out of letting employees receive benefits from for-profit collegesVeterans are allowed to attend for-profit schools on the GI Bill, which makes them prime targets for predatory institutions.
An investment, not charity: Disabled vets honored at inaugural eventDisabled veterans finally have their own day of recognition every October 5th.
VA suicide prevention saving more livesSuicide is on the rise in the country and veterans are far from immune, but the VA is having an effect.
VA Secretary weighs in on violence in CharlottesvilleThe latest
Trump just gave the VA another $3.9BCurrently, veterans who live more than 40 miles from a VA healthcare facility, or those who cannot get an appointment within 30 days, are able seek out medical care in their community through the Choice program.
VA forced to rehire fired director of D.C. veterans hospitalThe VA will explore other ways to fire Brian Hawkins under a new accountability law.
'Forever' GI Bill waits for Senate voteAfter sailing through the House with unanimous support, the ‘Forever’ GI Bill is waiting for a vote in the Senate.
VA chief suggests outsourcing maternity careA move toward outsourced maternity care for women Veterans would run counter to positions taken by a number of large Veteran Service Organizations.
VA warns of surprise budget gap but insists there will be no delays in careThe Department of Veterans Affairs warned it was unexpectedly running out of money for a program that offers veterans private-sector health care.
Veterans Affairs Secretary says he's considering closing 1,100 VA facilitiesAt a House hearing Wednesday, Shulkin said the VA had identified more than 430 vacant buildings and 735 that he described as underutilized.