A lawyer brought in to do crisis control for Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wis.) incorporated a dark money nonprofit group that is now defending the senator’s record over the Tomah VA scandal in the state, records show.
President Donald Trump on Friday signed into law legislation giving the Department of Veterans Affairs more power to fire failed employees and protect whistleblowers who uncover wrongdoing at the agency.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) took 113 days to reply to a veteran group’s open letter, and her response did not address the group’s central concern about her advocacy for illegal immigrants.
The former head of the Nevada State Medical Association is fighting legislation to legalize assisted suicide because it creates “perverse incentives” for insurance companies.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin said Wednesday that his department is in “critical condition and requires intensive care,” but has been improving after multiple scandals in recent years.
The National Memorial Day Parade, presented by the American Veterans Center, commemorated four historic anniversaries on Monday.
A Chicago-area Veterans Affairs hospital repeatedly served patients food with cockroaches on the trays, and administrators failed to address the problem, according to a new inspector general report.
The Washington Post Fact Checker has given a rating of “mostly false” to Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s (D., Calif.) claim that seven million veterans could lose their health care.
A bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation Thursday that would grant the Secretary of Veterans Affairs the authority to accelerate the firing of employees for misconduct, a deal that arrives two months after the House passed its own version along party lines.
More than 100 veterans died while waiting for care at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Los Angeles, Calif., over a nine-month span ending in August 2015, according to a new government report.