On "Fox and Friends," the retired marine who blew the whistle on the Veterans Affairs hospital in Phoenix reacted to Hillary Clinton's statement that problems with the VA are "not as widespread as it has been made out to be."
Dr. Katherine Mitchell, former co-director at the Phoenix VA emergency department, testified during a congressional hearing that she faced retaliation from her bosses for whistleblowing.
Veterans waited an average of 115 days for their first appointment at the Veterans Affairs hospital in Phoenix, Arizona – three months longer than hospital workers originally admitted.
There are stunning new developments in the Department of Veterans Affairs scandal. The Obama administration’s transition team reportedly received warnings in 2008 that there were problems that needed to be addressed at VA hospitals, and did nothing to stop it.
There’s an update to a story we told you about last month. Retired Marine Corp veteran David Isham finally received heart surgery after the Department of Veterans Affairs kept him waiting for over a year.
The American Legion is calling for Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign amid allegations of veterans put on secret waiting lists to receive care. Reports say that more than 40 veterans died while waiting for care at the Phoenix VA Medical Center.
Dan Darling, a decorated Vietnam War veteran, never hesitated to answer the call to serve his country. But after a recent accident, he called on a Phoenix VA hospital to help him, and his wife says they let him down.
Ainsley Earhardt took a trip to Arizona to speak with the families of veterans who reportedly died while waiting for appointments at the Phoenix VA Medical Center.