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AP FACT CHECK: Whom to believe, Trump or his lawyer?
AP FACT CHECK: Whom to believe on special counsel investigation, Trump or his lawyer?
AP FACT CHECK: A rosy Cabinet meeting, a Trump tweet tirade
In response to the bloody attack on Republican legislators and aides at a Virginia baseball field, President Donald Trump carefully measured his words. At a feel-good Cabinet meeting before that horror and in a Twitter tirade after, not so much. Here's a look at some statements by Trump and his
Democrats criticize Trump's budget plan as hurting VA care
Congressional Democrats are sharply criticizing President Donald Trump's proposed budget for the Department of Veterans Affairs
Overcoming Opioids: Easing an epidemic 1 doctor at a time
Evidence suggests visiting doctors in their offices to talk about safer opioid prescribing approaches can help cut down on painkiller prescriptions
AP FACT CHECK: The trophies in Trump's display Cabinet
AP FACT CHECK: Trump shows off a few too many trophies in his display Cabinet
AP FACT CHECK: The record behind Trump's Cabinet preening
AP FACT CHECK: Trump overstates his achievements on multiple fronts in Cabinet session
White House unveils infrastructure agenda
The Trump administration announced plans to privatize the air traffic control system and overhaul the VA's electronic health care records.
Conditions at DC VA hospital leave patients 'at unnecessary risk,' report finds
Sterile supplies kept in dirty facilities, crucial equipment left out of stock, $15 million worth of untracked materials and insufficient leadership in place to enact changes -- this perilous picture of inadequate medical care prompted the Department of Veterans Affairs’ internal watchdog to
Everything you need to know about new VA secretary, David Shulkin
David Shulkin, previously an undersecretary at the Department of Veterans Affairs, was unanimously confirmed by the senate Monday to lead the agency, which faced criticism during the tenure of President Barack Obama over doctor wait times. The confirmation was the easiest of Trump's cabinet
OTL: Former Lions RB Mel Farr had Stage 3 CTE at his death in 2015
Former Detroit Lions running back Mel Farr, who once also headed the nation's largest black-owned business, had Stage 3 chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) at the time of his death in 2015, Outside The Lines has learned. Farr died suddenly on Aug. 3, 2015 at his home in Detroit from a massive