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The VA secretary is being accused of digging up dirt on a woman veteran who made a sexual-assault claim
VA Secretary Robert Wilkie says his agency is making marked progress on veterans' care, but he and it are still dogged by scandals.
A wife kept her dead husband’s body in a freezer for 10 years and collected his veteran’s benefits, police say
Investigators said they found a notarized letter, apparently from the woman's husband, declaring that his wife was not responsible for his death.
Former VA Secretary David Shulkin says a ‘shadow’ group of political appointees undermined his every move and left an email planning his o...
Shulkin recalled how his deputy brought him an email he found on a copy machine from one political appointee to others outlining a plan to oust him.
The VA has put 9 people on leave while it investigates how a Vietnam vet was found covered in ants at a VA facility twice in his last 2 days
Joel Marrable died at the age of 73 at the Eagles' Nest Community Living Center in the Atlanta VA Medical Center. Now the agency is investigating.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez insists the Veterans Affairs administration isn’t broken, but many veterans strongly disagree
Veterans Affairs has for years suffered from excessively long wait times, corruption scandals, and underfunding.
"Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is correct, the VA is not broken, it is doing great. But that is only because of the Trump Administration," he wrote.
White House appointee reportedly told VA’s diversity chief not to condemn white supremacy after the deadly Charlottesville riots
Emails reviewed show an official was asked to remove "incendiary" language condemning "white supremacy, neo-Nazis, and the Ku Klux Klan."
The FDA is taking steps to reduce testing on dogs while the VA doubles down on its harmful experiments
The VA sparked outrage by veterans and animal rights activists, who have increased pressure on the agency to stop harmful tests on dogs.
The VA has been performing surgeries on dogs since the 1960s, a practice that has come under fire from animal rights activists.
43 years after the Vietnam war, many Navy veterans are still battling for benefits for potential Agent Orange exposure
A bill is making its way through Congress that would extend VA benefits to veterans who were stationed in ships off the Vietnamese coast. Early this month, VA Secretary Robert Wilkie sent a letter to the Senate asking to stop the bill, saying its provisions are based on sympathy instead of science.