Here's what to expect if the government shuts downThe temporary funding keeping government programs running will expire on Dec. 8, and lawmakers have until then to agree on a budget deal.
Strap in, the new highlights report from the VA Inspector General is a doozyFrom grand theft to assault to some shockingly stupid attempts at fraud, here's the rundown of crimes investigated by the VA recently.
VA ID application website crashes due to "many requests for cards"Applications are open for the new VA ID card, but what does it do? Who is eligible? When will you get the card? We've got the answers.
Dole Foundation, VA partner to support caregiversCaregivers for wounded veterans across the country convened to tell Veterans Affairs and the Elizabeth Dole Foundation where they need help the most.
A parking lot manager cheated the VA out of $11 million, then bought all this crazy stuffThis is NOT how you avoid getting caught.
What to do if you're sexually assaulted in the military: VeteransWere you sexually assaulted or harassed while you were in the military? Believe it or not, there are resources for you—even if you never came forward while you were active.
Finally, Dems push VA for cannabis researchThe VA is receiving mounting pressure from Democrats on the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee to research the effects of medical marijuana on post-traumatic stress.
New VA 'CARE' Act aims to improve experience and accessThe revamp of the Choice Program would create more flexible eligibility criteria and focus effort on staffing VA hospitals.
Tales of disturbing VA mishaps ignites outrage and actionCurrently, it takes the VA at least a hundred days to decide whether to report inadequate health care to state boards, if at all.
Why does the VA own a Parisian hotel that was once a brothel?The 138-year old five-story building, known as Pershing Hall, has a storied history of unsavory business practices such as illegal gambling, money laundering, and prostitution. And it’s owned by the VA.
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.
Maryland veterans get free medical marijuana consultsAn organization called Canna Care Docs wants to help veterans curious about medical marijuana get prescriptions for it.