Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans' issues took center stage as Congress's work drew to an end.
The nearly $3 billion shortfall — if not funded — will have devastating consequences.
The move is in response to an Aurora, Colo., VA project hit by delays and cost overruns.
An internal memo said the agency had violated federal contracting rules.
The VA is changing its Veterans Choice Program, intended to reduce long wait times.
The bill would make it easier for veterans to get help outside the VA system.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has more than 214,000 backlogged disability claims.
The legislation help other veterans overcome mental and psychological struggles after war.
Some were serious, some were salacious.
Rep. Tim Walz is seeking the ranking member position, an aim that enjoys strong support from...
Average wait times for care have dropped from 51 to 42 days.
Panetta's memoir is already causing headaches for the administration.
Those who have violated America's sacred trust with our veterans must be held accountable.
Officials are asking Congress to fill a $3B shortfall or see facilities close in August.
Construction could halt unless Congress approves more funds this week.
Congress must not lose the momentum it has built on veterans' issues.
House VA Chairman Jeff Miller said the agency still suffered from a "lack of accountability."
Veterans can seek private medical care if they live more than 40 miles from a VA facility.
At CPAC, 2008 vice presidential nominee says U.S. is in a "civilizational struggle."
The bill would allow the secretary to reduce pensions and limit bonuses.
While a volunteer-based military has created an unmatched force, it is also self-segregated.
The justification for the Veterans Affairs healthcare system is not so clear.
Every day, 22 veterans lose their lives to suicide.
The president will also announce a new partnership with banks.