In the wake of the resignation of Secretary of Veterans Affairs Gen. Eric Shinseki, new questions have been raised on what's next for the embattled VA in terms of leadership.
In his Talking Points Memo Friday night, Bill O'Reilly slammed President Obama's lagging response to the VA's "dishonest" treatment of veterans after the president accepted Gen. Eric Shinseki's resignation as U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Montel Williams joined Neil Cavuto in studio today after creating a stir on Wednesday’s Your World. The retired Navy lieutenant and talk show host slammed the country for having the “audacity” to turn its back on those who have served.
Greta Van Susteren joined ‘The Real Story’ today to react to both Press Secretary Jay Carney and Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki resigning.
The Outnumbered hosts, including #oneluckyguy Tucker Carlson, weighed in on the resignation of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki. Why wasn't he fired by President Obama?
President Obama announced this morning at the White House that he has accepted the resignation of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki amid the outcry over the lack of medical care for veterans.
This morning, Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki will meet with President Obama at the White House. There are growing calls for Shinseki’s resignation after reports of systemic problems at VA hospitals across the country.
In his Talking Points Memo Thursday night, Bill O'Reilly pointed out "passive" leadership and a lack of accountability within the Obama administration. In the VA scandal, which he still believes will lead to the departure of VA Secretary Shinseki, O'Reilly believes VA workers cooked the books because they did not "fear accountability."
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney reacted to yesterday’s shocking report on the problems with Veterans Affairs health care system.
The Kelly File Special: The VA Scandal took an in-depth look into the shocking allegations surrounding the Department of Veterans Affairs.
In a one-hour Kelly File special, Megyn discussed the growing VA scandal with a group of veterans. After showing clips from outraged citizens at a recent town hall event in Arizona, she asked the panel to share some of their experiences with the VA.
In the opening of The Kelly File, Megyn took us through the Obama administration's handling of problems within the VA going back to 2008. After the president said he would await an Inspector General's report before fully weighing in on possible abuses within the VA, we're learning that three IG reports and an audit have already been completed.