Photos of elderly veterans in extreme pain waiting for treatment at a VA hospital in Durham, North Carolina, are going viral.
Pete Hegseth slammed the VA Secretary for giving employees “job security galore” even in the midst of giant scandals, most recently involving two senior officials who are accused of stealing more than $400,000 from taxpayers.
Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves have both been demoted from regional directors to assistant directors after they allegedly manipulated the agency’s hiring system.
A veterans advocacy group released a leaked video showing Wisconsin VA employees playing their own version of "Hungry Hippos" at a recent Halloween party.
The number of veterans on waiting lists for health care is now 50 percent higher than it was at the height of last year's VA scandal, according to a New York Times report.
An injured veteran - left paralyzed from the chest down by an IED attack - is in a new battle against the VA as he tries to start a family with his wife.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) took to the House floor Wednesday to highlight just how little accountability there has been since the VA scandal broke one year ago.
A Department of Veterans Affairs whistleblower is accusing senior VA officials of wasting billions of dollars in taxpayer money. Jan Frye, deputy assistant secretary for acquisition and logistics, said in a House hearing that the VA engaged in "gross mismanagement."
Veteran Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald is in hot water over lying about his military experience.
During a combative exchange at a House hearing, Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald slipped up by challenging a veteran Congressman by asking, "What have you done?" McDonald directed the jab at Rep Mike Coffman (R-Colo.), who's actually the only member of Congress to serve in both Iraq wars.
Today on “Media Buzz,” Howard Kurtz remarked that the story went away after former VA Secretary Eric Shinseki resigned.
Veterans unleashed a litany of complaints at a town hall meeting in North Carolina. The forum was set up by the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salisbury, and the veterans who showed up called out serious problems.