Veteran Health Care News
Perry says he's not interested in becoming VA secretary
Energy Secretary Rick Perry says he has no interest in becoming the secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, a position the White House is dropping hints might be open sooner rather than later
Perry denies interest in VA job as support for Shulkin fades
Energy Secretary Rick Perry says he has no interest in becoming the next head of the Department of Veterans Affairs
Besieged from within, VA's Shulkin hangs on as support wanes
Embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin is hanging onto his job by a thread
VA plan would give every service member mental health benefits after leaving military
Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin announced Tuesday that the VA will send President Donald Trump a plan this week that would give every service member mental health benefits when they leave the military. The plan follows President Trump’s executive order signed in January aimed at
February 7, 2018: American heroes and inspiration for '15:17 to Paris' hit the table; former Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett joins as a guest co-host
American heroes and inspiration for "15:17 to Paris" hit the table; former Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett joins as a guest co-host.
Trump: Democrats 'treasonous' for not clapping at State of the Union
The president took aim at Democratic lawmakers who sat stone-faced during his State of the Union address -- "The View" co-hosts weigh in on Trump's comment.
Breaking down Trump's 1st State of the Union
Tax cuts, jobs, immigration reform and terrorism were some of the touchstones of the president's address.
One year Into Trump's presidency, agencies work to make good on his campaign promises
The first 12 months of President Donald Trump 's administration showed little regard for precedent, tradition or protocol. As he set about putting top officials in place at the federal agencies charged with carrying out his administration's priorities, the former businessman turned politician chose
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