The Government Shutdown is Official: Now What?What does a government shut down mean for active-duty military and veterans?
You can now get same-day care at the VA for urgent and mental health careThe VA now offers same-day services for urgent primary and mental health care
3 New Years resolutions for Dept of Veterans Affairs - yes, only 3 Since we do these at this time of year, here’s our thoughts for New Year’s resolutions for the Department of Veterans Affairs.
American Legion applauds VA's new weed policyOn December 8, the VA issued Directive 1315, which outlines a new policy allowing VA doctors to discuss marijuana use with their patients.
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.
Incarcerated veterans and the VA: getting help before and after jailThe VA has two specialized programs to make sure veterans who struggle with mental illness don't end up rotating in and out of jail.
A parking lot manager cheated the VA out of $11 million, then bought all this crazy stuffThis is NOT how you avoid getting caught.
2 officials fired at Memphis VA Hospital
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.
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.
A VA hospital whistleblower is running for CongressHe and other doctors highlighted allegations of substandard conditions and treatment at a New Hampshire VA hospital in the Boston Globe.
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.