Service dog dispute with VA police leaves veteran with injured shoulder, a bleeding dog and federal charge
Former Marine Danny Ralph didn’t get an apology from Veterans Affairs after a federal officer slammed him
Exclusive: New VA chief on public scrutiny: Bring it
President Trump’s pick to lead the agency, VA Secretary David Shulkin, is unveiling a new web site that reveals for the first time exactly how care at VA hospitals compares
Don't pay to apply for veterans benefits
It can be difficult navigating the government bureaucracy to obtain veterans disability and other benefits, but all it should cost you is time, not money.
Desperate Vets Finally Get Through to the VA Suicide Hotline
A 30-minute wait can be an eternity for troubled veterans pondering suicide. Desperate veterans were put on hold
Fantastic Job Alert – One Unusual Way Veterans Can Help Mold VA Employees
All this talk of reform Monday got me thinking about the art of differentiation and how veterans can help reform VA in a way most of us don’t think of when we are fired up.
Claims Trimmed In $2.5M VA Staffer Sex Assault Suit
A Kansas federal judge on Monday dismissed a negligent hiring claim against the federal government in a $2.5 million suit accusing a former Veterans Affairs physician's assistant of sexual assault
Q: I served in the “blue water” Navy offshore from Vietnam during that war. I never stepped foot on Vietnamese soil, but have now been told I have Type II diabetes.
Changes in Veterans Benefits Ahead: Plan Accordingly
The Veterans Administration offers assistance to low-income veterans and surviving spouses, 65 years and older, through its Special Pension or Aid and Attendance programs.
What Is Something Veterans Can Do To Help Reform Veterans Affairs?
Is Trump Enlisting in the War Party?
By firing off five dozen Tomahawk missiles at a military airfield, our “America First” president may have plunged us into another Middle East war that his countrymen do not want to fight.