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The Atlanta network of Veterans Affairs medical centers doled out more than $2 million in employee bonuses over the past four years, but failed to properly maintain medicine carts, causing nurses at one center to administer drugs and treatments
Who is super excited for the United States vs...Not Americans -- or at least, not as jazzed as they are for political scandals...Americans are paying closer attention to former IRS employee Lois Lerner's missing e-mails than they are to the World Cup,
Louisiana's veterans affairs secretary told state lawmakers Friday that he's heard complaints for years about problems with veterans having trouble getting treatment in the federal VA hospitals and clinics around the state. David LaCerte said the
North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan said she learned on a visit to the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center this week that scheduling technology was outdated and space was inadequate in light of the large growth in the region's veterans population.
Dan Barrett was through with the Vietnam War almost as soon as he managed his way past a taunting, spitting anti-war protester at the airport...The retired Evansville businessman has spent the better part of four decades trying to forget the horrors
Last year, the sequester cuts in the US budget from last year were felt in each and every government department. However, we are finally seeing the effects of sequestration which were caused by the lack of legislation. Let'
Texas Gov. Rick Perry was set to announce Thursday efforts to identify Texas hospitals that are willing to take more patients out of backlogged Veterans Affairs facilities and to propose reimbursement through Medicare so providers are paid more
Opinion A top Veterans Affairs Department official’s admission that the VA has an “integrity
Earlier today, the Department of Veterans Affairs released results from an internal audit on their health care agencies. The audit was extensive as there is information tabulated from 731 VA facilities from throughout the United States.
Veterans Affairs officials are to review the case of a war veteran from Delta, B.C., after he was denied compensation for a neck injury made worse by post-traumatic stress disorder. Warrant Officer Brian McKenna injured his neck back in 2000,