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Sec. Wilkie to Govt. Union: Stop Exploiting Veteran Suicide

What do you think about this letter penned by Secretary WIlkie?

Dept of Homeland Security Issues Waiver to Expedite Border Wall Projects in Arizona &...

The projects covered by the waivers include up to approximately 53 miles of new bollard wall in place of dilapidated and outdated designs, in addition to, road construction and improvement and lighting installation.

VA and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services join to strengthen safety surveillance for...

VA currently has a robust system in place for medication surveillance to ensure safe use by Veteran patients and the ability to analyze patient outcomes. This new agreement will enable VA to incorporate up-to-date Medicare prescription information into its safety surveillance operations.

VA announces upcoming awards of nearly $326M in grants to help at-risk Veterans and...

Recently the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced that thousands of low-income Veteran families around the nation will continue to receive benefits under the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program. 

Justice Department Recovered Over $2.8 Billion from False Claims Act Cases in Fiscal Year...

The Department of Justice obtained more than $2.8 billion in settlements and judgments from civil cases involving fraud and false claims against the government...

Survival Tips for AFTER the Storm: Keep Your Family Safe and Avoid Deadly Dangers

Hurricane season is here and it's time we all remind ourselves about the DOs and DONTs after a storm.

VA Official Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison for $2 Million Bribery Scheme Involving...

He was sentenced for demanding and receiving bribes from three for-profit schools in exchange for enrolling disabled military veterans in those schools and facilitating over $2 million in payments from the VA using the veterans’ federal benefits.

VP Pence and U.S. Ag. Secy. Perdue speak with Georgia Ag Chief on impact...

Vice President Pence and Ag Secretary Perdue discuss impacts of Hurricane Michael with Georgia's Agriculture Commissioner.

Civil rights icon, A.P. Tureaud Sr., home added to network of U.S. historical sites

The home of New Orleans lawyer and civil rights activist Alexander Pierre “A.P.” Tureaud Sr. was added to a new network of sites honoring African-Americans’ struggle for equal rights in the United States.

VA awards up to $9M in Adaptive Sports Program grants to aid disabled Veterans

Grants promote rehabilitation, quality of life and community reintegration The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on Sept. 26 awarded up to $9 million in...