United States Department of Veterans Affairs
A top Republican wants the VA to follow a Supreme Court ruling on contracts for veterans'...
A member of the House Veterans' Affairs Committee put pressure on Obama to address the VA's...
The agency has not had an inspector general for more than 600 days.
A look at Monday's edition of the Federal Register today.
Benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs will now extend to gay married couples.
Without a short-term deal, the project would have run out of money Sunday.
"Our veterans deserve better than that," Robert McDonald said.
Robert McDonald defended his work at a contentious hearing on Wednesday.
A report from the agency's top watchdog found errors in the number of deaths reported.
According to HillVets, fewer than 3 percent of Hill staffers are military veterans.
The senator urged veterans to participate in “secret shopper” surveys to ensure quality care at VA...
Democrats demanded Obama provide medical care and disability compensation to military sexual...
Obama said the Department of Veterans Affairs still has work to do to improve its services.
Sen. Mark Kirk wants to know how the VA will fix the Choice program.
The former Florida governor also released a seven-point plan on veterans.
The Arizona Republican said that VA has "ample resources" to avoid the glitch.
Rep. Seth Moulton didn't receive medication he was prescribed.
The extension raises the authorization cap for the facility to $900 million.
Five unfunded mandates passed to the private sector exceeded $152 million.
Rep. Jeff Miller: “This problem went unchecked at VA for years."
Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) blocked the Senate from passing the the Clay Hunt SAV Act.
Biden notes the changes in comments at Arlington National Cemetery.
The senator called on the VA to act “as aggressively as possible” in firing managers that covered...
The bill would increase compensation benefits for veterans with disabilities.