White House Prepares For Possible Ronny Jackson WithdrawalIt seems no matter who you are or what you do, nothing comes easy in the Trump White House.
Embattled VA Nominee Has No Plans To Withdraw, For NowDr. Ronny Jackson, the embattled pick to lead the Veterans Affairs agency, is not planning to withdraw his nomination as of now.
Shulkin Blasts 'Toxic, Chaotic, Disrespectful' Washington In Farewell Op-EdFormer Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin used an op-ed late Wednesday to blast "the environment in Washington."
David Shulkin Out, Ronny Jackson In As VA SecretaryPresident Donald Trump announced Wednesday he will replace his Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin.
Trump Signs Law To Make VA More Accountable For Vets’ CarePresident Donald Trump signed a bill into law Friday that will make it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to fire employees.
Lawmakers Reach Agreement On Stalled VA Accountability BillCongressional Democrats and Republicans have reached agreement on a bill to make it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to fire its employees, part of an accountability effort touted by President Donald Trump.
VA Wrongly Declares 4,200 People DeadMore than 4,200 veterans have had their benefits restored after they were mistakenly cut off because the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs had declared them dead.
VA Wrongly Tells Veterans They're Dead, Cuts Off BenefitsA veteran from Florida got an alarming notification in regards to his Veterans Affairs benefits.
Bush Starting South Carolina Visit By Meeting With VeteransRepublican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush is meeting with veterans in South Carolina.
Conversations With Veterans: Howard Wasdin's Success Post Military LifeElite Navy SEAL sniper Howard Wasdin survived the infamous battle made famous in the hit movie “Black Hawk Down,” but medical retirement and coming home, presented him with challenges he never expected.
$17B Bipartisan Deal Reached To Start Fixing Embattled VA Health CareLawmakers have reached a bipartisan deal to start fixing the embattled Department of Veterans Affairs. The deal to improve veterans' health care would authorize at least $17 billion to fix the health program scandalized by long patient wait times and falsified records covering up delays, the bill's chief supporters said Monday.
Miami VA Chief Defiant, Vows To Stay OnThe embattled chief of staff for the Miami VA said he has no intention of resigning, despite calls for him to step down following revelations that in 2009 he agreed never to practice medicine again in the state of New York and was sanctioned by the state of Florida for allegedly failing to provide the proper care to one of his patients who died a painful and gruesome death.