A review of a new tool to determine eligibility for private care for vets by the U.S. Digital Service recommended the agency scrap the software and start over.
The president's old friend Albert Hazzouri used a personal message to advocate for the American Dental Association after spending time with him at Trump's resort in 2017.
A federal court has ruled against the VA and granted aid to Navy veterans suffering from cancer, diabetes, and other illnesses linked to toxic exposure while stationed in Vietnam.
An analysis of VA claims data shows that sending more vets to private care has not had the positive effects that were long promised by conservatives.
The administration is determined to use a new law to expand the private sector's role in veterans' health care—a move that end up being costly for former service members.
Hundreds of veterans seeking treatment for sexual trauma they experienced while in the military had their claims wrongly denied by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
After the White House Chief of Staff John Kelly contradicted the official narrative around the previous secretary's departure, legal questions have sprung up about the current leadership of the department.
The Republican senator never has sought to connect any of his health troubles, including prior bouts with skin cancer, with Agent Orange exposure and has a mixed record when it comes to compensating fellow veterans for wartime exposures.
Though most didn’t step foot in Vietnam, some 90,000 Navy vets who served offshore may have been exposed to the chemical brew and seek benefits. The battle is playing out in the courts and in Congress. It boils down to a comma.
Doctors consider how to respond to the domestic abuse of female veterans.