The time has come to support veterans over powerful labor unions and a few bad employees.
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.
Congress must not lose the momentum it has built on veterans' issues.
The desperately needed legislation is back on the fast track.
He said the center is "just a mile" from the school where Obama will speak.
The justification for the Veterans Affairs healthcare system is not so clear.
Dozens of officials have tried to hide problems, the VA's inspector general said.
The new rules offer service members with ALS up to $67,555 for adaptive housing.
"We need to show that we can respond in a crisis in a thoughtful way," Rep. Tom Cole said.
Congress is running out of time to extend a program that helps our most severely injured veterans.
Sanders said lawmakers have agreed to budget cuts to help fund any bill.
Due to Sen. Mark Kirk's efforts, help may be on the way for veterans living with the disease.
Those who have violated America's sacred trust with our veterans must be held accountable.
TPP rules would foreclose cost-saving reforms for biotech drugs and Medicare Part D.
The legislation help other veterans overcome mental and psychological struggles after war.
The new framework divides the VA into five regions.
While a volunteer-based military has created an unmatched force, it is also self-segregated.
Every day, 22 veterans lose their lives to suicide.
The Road to Veterans Day plan is designed to “rebuild trust” with veterans.
President Obama will sign the $16.3 billion bill to reform the Department of Veterans Affairs...
“I would hope that we could, maybe all of us, cool down some,” McCain said.
The Senate should be ashamed, he said, if it can't agree on how to help veterans.
Missouri's senators tell America's veterans that they deserve better treatment.