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Veterans Affairs Employees Charged with Stealing and Selling Prescription Drugs

Christopher R. Thyer, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, James W. Werner, Special Agent in Charge of the South Central Field Office of the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of the Inspector General (VAOIG)

Office of Military and Veterans Affairs Offers simulation to help faculty...

Western Michigan University is home to many military students. In today’s world, there are many pressures that can lead to emotional distress, depression, substance abuse and more for these students.

Why Trump still hasn’t named a leader for the Department of...

With confirmation hearings for Donald Trump’s Cabinet set to start this week, the president-elect still has not chosen a leader for the Department of Veterans Affairs, an agency he vowed on the campaign trail to significantly shake up.

Trump Hosts Candidates for Key Veterans Affairs Post

President-elect Donald Trump met Tuesday met with candidates for his unfilled Cabinet positions, including prospective hires to run the Department of Veterans Affairs, a beleaguered agency that the Republican businessman has vowed to overhaul.

Trump Should Consider Leo Mackay For Veterans Affairs

“Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard ‘Under Serious Consideration’ for Trump Cabinet,” reports ABC News, saying the member of the Hawaii National Guard might be up for a cabinet post, including possibly at Veterans Affairs.

The Department of Veterans affairs has a lot of catching up...

Women can now serve in all military jobs, combat roles included, which means that more and more veterans are going to be female.

West LA Veterans Affairs Campus Unveils Plans To Provide Housing For...

Details of an ambitious plan to revamp the West Los Angeles Veteran Affairs Medical Center were released Thursday, and the revitalization is expected to change lives.

The Only Jobs Explicitly Reserved for Veterans at the Department of...

The only jobs explicitly reserved for veterans at the Department of Veterans Affairs are janitors, or “housekeeping aides,” according to a Daily Caller News Foundation analysis of data from USAjobs.gov.

Veterans Affairs scandal not a ‘widespread’ problem

Democratic primary front-runner Hillary Clinton says the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) scandal is not as “widespread” of a problem as coverage would indicate

Blumenthal calls for Veterans Affairs investigation

In a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) called for an immediate investigation into potential violations in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) that, if proven, Blumenthal laments, “evince a mindset that puts veterans last.”

Veterans Affairs looking to civilian retailers for customer service secrets

Starbucks calls its employees “partners.” Disney has “cast members,” not staff. The Ritz-Carlton’s motto is, “We are Ladies and Gentlemen serving Ladies and Gentlemen.”

Veterans' Affairs Committee Approves a Bill Making it Easier to Fire...

The House moved closer on Wednesday to stripping all employees at the Veterans Affairs Department of most of their due process rights, looking to expand a law enacted last year that applied only to VA's senior executives.

Veterans Affairs hospital chief draws $179k salary despite missing 80 days...

DeWayne Hamlin, the top official of the Department of Veterans Affairs' Puerto Rico hospital, was absent from the hospital some 80 days in a one-year period, according to documents obtained by the Washington Examiner.

Veterans Affairs reviews prosthetics lab after complaints

After a blood clot forced the amputation of his left leg in 2012, retired Navy Cmdr. Robert Haas was counting on the prosthetics lab at Columbus’ Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Center to help him regain his mobility.

Veterans Affairs Plans To Redevelop West La Campus

Federal officials announced Wednesday that the west Los Angeles Veterans Affairs campus will be redeveloped to better help homeless veterans.