Donald Trump revealed Wednesday that he will nominate President Obama’s undersecretary for health at the Department of Veterans Affairs to lead the agency, after weeks of meeting with several candidates for the job.
President-elect Donald Trump continued his search for a candidate to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs this week, meeting with at least two choices for the job.
An employee at the Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Phoenix says that he has been retaliated against for reporting that patients were dying while waiting for care.
Donald Trump is under increasing pressure from veterans organizations to retain Robert McDonald as the secretary of Veterans Affairs, though the president-elect’s plan to reform the agency differs from efforts undertaken by McDonald during his tenure.
Disabled Air Force veteran Clay Luthy was struggling to find work because he needed his service dog at his side until two months ago when a Lowe’s in Abilene, Texas hired him for a part-time job.
Hundreds of patients at a Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Wisconsin may have been infected with HIV or other diseases as a result of prohibited practices by one of its providers.
Watchdog group Citizens Against Government Waste on Friday named Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald its November “Porker of the Month” for doling out bonuses to some senior executives involved in the department’s ongoing wait-times scandal.
Americans with military service backgrounds hold 14 percent of state-level offices across all 50 states, accounting for hundreds of seats on state legislatures.
Former president George W. Bush has been painting portraits of veterans who were wounded during military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.