Trump signs bill extending veterans' private care options
President Donald Trump signed into law a bill Wednesday expanding the Veterans Choice Program, which allows some veterans to opt for private care.
Former state official pleads not guilty in bid rigging probe
A former high-ranking official in California's veterans affairs department has pleaded not guilty to bribery charges
"Everything just goes really slow down there": Wounded vet frustrated with VA delays
Mackey has been trying to get new sockets for his prosthetics through the VA in his home state of North Carolina, but it takes so long, his body changes and they no longer fit his stumps.
VA stops revocations of veteran caregiver benefits
According the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Fayetteville VA has taken away benefits from more than 300 caregivers since May of 2014.
Vets in Arizona can now use benefits at ‘MinuteClinics’ for illness, injury
Some ailing veterans can now use their federal health care benefits at CVS “MinuteClinics”
VA Announces Internal Review
of Caregiver Program
(VA) announced that, effective April 17, it has suspended revocations initiated by VA medical centers based on eligibility for the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC) for three weeks.
Legislation would improve access to care for women veterans
The Deborah Sampson Act, named for a woman who disguised herself to serve in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, would improve access to specialized services, like maternity and newborn care
One final salute for 106-year-old soldier: Alabama honors 'Mr. Jack'
Jack Jacobson was among the oldest living World War II veterans in the U.S. at the time of his death.
Patient's own brainwaves may help treat PTSD
Technology using a patient's own brainwaves might offer hope against tough-to-treat PTSD, new research suggests.