Obama Says There's More To Do In Helping VeteransPresident Obama said that the U.S. has made serious strides in improving services for military veterans, but work remains to overcome the shortcomings in the delivery of health care, housing and mental health services.
Trump To Spell Out Veteran Healthcare ProposalDonald Trump will deliver a speech on veteran healthcare reform on Monday, his latest in a series of remarks aimed at articulating his policy agenda and convincing Republicans that he can mount a credible bid against Hillary Clinton.
Dozens Of Veterans Protest Possible Changes To VA SystemVeterans worry they'll lose the only caregivers who understand their needs.
Report: Wait Times Manipulated At Houston-Area VA ClinicsThe Department of Veterans Affairs' Office of Inspector General said more than 200 appointments were incorrectly recorded for the year that ended in June 2015.
VA To provide Robotic Legs To Paralyzed VeteransThe Department of Veterans Affairs has agreed to pay for robotic legs that could allow scores of paralyzed veterans with spinal cord injuries to walk again.
28 Charged In North Texas Workers' Compensation Fraud CaseMore than two dozen people face charges in a $9.5 million workers' compensation bogus billing investigation in North Texas.
Clinton Pushes Back On Veteran Health IssuesHillary Clinton is outlining steps to improve the Department of Veterans Affairs, pushing back against calls by Republicans to privatize the sprawling health care system for those who have served in the military.
Long Wait Times Persist At Texas VA ClinicsDespite a nationwide push to lessen the wait times for veterans seeking health care, VA medical facilities across Texas have shown little to no sustained progress.
Investigators: Shooter At Texas VA Hospital Was Ex-EmployeeFederal officials say a man suspected of fatally shooting a doctor and himself at an El Paso veterans' clinic was a former clerk who had threatened the doctor in 2013.
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.
US Rep: FBI To Probe Central Texas VA facility Rep. Carter said he had heard allegations of scheduling appointments being delayed to secure bonuses for managers, as well as papers being shredded to obstruct any investigation.
Texas Medical Group Starts Veterans' Care Registry The Texas Medical Association says it's stepping up to help veterans facing treatment delays from an overtaxed federal Veterans Affairs health care system.