From duty to beauty: Pin-up vets raise cash for wounded warriorsFor 12 years running, Pin-Ups for Vets has raised thousands of dollars for VA hospitals nationwide by putting a new twist on a wartime tradition.
Are way too few minority veterans seeking help from the VA?The results of a study published in March, says Center Director Barbara Ward, indicate many of the estimated five million minority veterans are wary of seeking help from the VA.
Historic Naval Cemetery left for deadBeyond a locked gate, where access is limited, cracks are visible in headstones—some in pieces, and broken fences in desperate need of repair are adorned by unkempt foliage
Former VA Sec. McDonald talks VA legislation, joining RallyPoint BoardFormer VA Secretary Bob McDonald talks about the current state of affairs at the VA and joining the board at RallyPoint.
VA report: Veterans using private doctors are at a greater risk for opioid abuseThe OIG report recommends that private providers should be required to submit prescriptions for opioids directly to VA pharmacies so that these prescriptions can be tracked.
The House just passed an emergency spending bill to fund bankrupt VA programThe negotiated bill funds the Choice program for an additional six months by setting aside $2.1 billion.
Yes, the VA has an app store“There’s an app for that.”
Have back pain? This bill would require the VA to offer chiropractic careChiropractic care is not available at nearly 100 major VA treatment facilities.
6 VA appointees wait for Senate floor voteSix key positions for the Department of Veterans Affairs and U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims may soon be filled as they head to the full Senate for a vote.
The 37th National Veterans Wheelchair Games just kicked offMore than 600 veteran athletes, all disabled military veterans from the U.S., Puerto Rico and Great Britain, will compete in 19 adaptive sporting events over the next five days.
Top officials at New Hampshire VA hospital removed after horrifying report“These are serious allegations and we want our veterans and our staff to have confidence in the care we’re providing,” said VA Secretary Dr. David Shulkin.
There's a new bill to stop the VA from experimenting on dogsIt's called the “Preventing Unkind and Painful Procedures and Experiments on Respected Species Act of 2017” or “PUPPERS Act."