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Secretary Shinseki Announces Additional $10.3 Million to Help Eliminate Veterans Homelessness

Eleven states will share more than $10.3 million in grants to community groups to provide enhanced services for homeless Veterans this year. This is in addition to the $59.5 million in preventive grants awarded earlier this year.

A Memorial Day Message from Secretary Shinseki

VA Secretary Eric Shinseki’s Memorial Day message reminds us that today is a day to honor the men and women who gave their lives in service to the Nation.

Update: Dayton VA Medical Center Scandal

Since that update, instead of the scandal simply going away, we have witnessed (1) the scheduling of a U.S. Senate hearing next week on Tuesday 26 April, and (2) reports in Dayton Daily News and local TV station news that both patient and VA employee satisfaction with the Dayton VA Medical Center falls below that of other Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers.

Ohio Politicians Refuse to let the VA scandal go away!

Thinking that maybe politicians in Ohio would eventually back off on the Dayton VAMC Dental Clinic scandal under pressure from mainstream Veterans Service Organizations...

Ohio Congressman calls for a Congressional Investigation into the VA System.

Congressman Mike Turner (R.OH) plans on pushing for a Congressional Investigation into the Dayton VAMC calling the VA investigation and actions by VA leadership...

Damage Control at the Dayton VAMC Continues

As Congressional Representatives in Congress continue to raise questions about how the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) has mishandled the Dental Scandal at the Dayton VAMC in Ohio, one Veterans Service Organization has downplayed the incident in defense of the VA.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News VA Secretary Eric Shinseki slams neglect of veterans: "In the past, the federal government has failed to address...

Military sexual trauma not addressed fully

For some veterans, however, the struggle to secure compensation for service-induced trauma continues unabated

Kickoff to the Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride

Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Jill welcomed members from all branches of the military Wednesday morning to kick off the Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride on the South Lawn of the White House.