President Trump Signs Vietnam War Veterans Day Act; Honor Nam Vets By Flying Flag on March 29
President Trump signed in to law on Tuesday an act of Congress that honors Vietnam veterans with their own day of recognition, according to a White House statement.
Bay Pines VA police chief steps aside after stormy nine-year tenure
After a tumultuous nine years on the job, the chief of police with the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System is calling it quits, moving to the engineering department April 10 for what he says are health reasons.
Frustration, few answers after VA kicks out Iraq vet
With two hours until her husband, Aaron, is due at the Salem VA clinic, Jennifer Olivas needs to make sure everything is just right if he's going to make it out the door.
VA police officer sentenced for taking medications
MADISON, Wis. - A former lieutenant with the state Department of Veterans Affairs Police Department was sentenced Tuesday for possession of a controlled substance.
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Cosponsors Legislation to Overhaul Broken VA Appeals Process
VA appeals process has not been updated since 1933, more than 450,000 appeals are currently pending
Lawmakers Urge Medical Help For Micronesian Veterans
HCR 176 urges Hawaii’s congressional delegation to work with the VA to “develop a program or pass legislation” to provide Micronesian vets with access to high-quality medical care.
Q: I have several chronic medical conditions that require frequent monitoring and visits to the VA Clinic to control and treat. I have heard other veterans talk about a VA program called Home Telehealth. What is that program? Would it reduce the frequency with which I have to go to the clinic for
The VA overpaid tens of thousands of veterans, and now it says they have to give the money back
since June 2009, Tad Steckler has received a disability benefits check from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Steckler retired from the Army at age 40 as a master sergeant with a Soldier’s Medal for heroism,