VA Hospital hired child molester and convicted murderer -
A Department of Veterans Affairs hospital held the position of one of their accountants while he served time for murder, and hired a convicted child molester, even after he reportedly reoffended. -
Trump Picks Marine Veteran As New Deputy Secretary At Veterans Affairs
According to the Washington Examiner, John Ullyot was selected to work in some kind of leadership capacity within VA.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs hosts digital town hall on ‘modernizing’ health system
uring a digital town hall-style meeting via YouTube Live, top U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs leadership discussed the VA’s focus and priorities
Veteran gets VA benefits approved after WBTV investigation
A Lincolnton veteran who is suffering a debilitating brain injury as a result of his Army service has been approved for VA disability benefits. The decision comes more than seven years
NY man admits to threatening to shoot up VA hospital in Albany
Federal authorities say a 58-year-old western New York man has pleaded guilty to threatening to use a submachine gun to kill people at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Albany.
Study: Nearly 40% of VA outpatient antibiotics not needed
The study was conducted from March 2013 through February 2015 in adult veterans. As in the CDC study, the investigators looked both at overall prescribing rates
Attention veterans: Get discharge papers in order
Vietnam veterans: Don’t be caught dead without your DD-214.
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,