October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Louis A. Johnson VAMC Women’s Clinic has exciting news. The Women’s Clinic in its commitment to giving the best and most advanced screening detection has acquired a new state of the art 3D imaging mammography unit.
Years of broken promises have failed to improve the VA disability system. Time and time again, the VA rolls out a new program or a new system, yet disabled Veterans aren’t seeing accuracy or appeal wait times improve. The archaic bureaucracy is not living up to its mission of helping Veterans.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit today declared unconstitutional the historic cross-shaped Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial, which has stood since 1925 in honor of 49 Bladensburg-area men who gave their lives during WWI. Law firms of Jones Day and First Liberty Institute represent the American Legion.
A Gold Star mother who lost her son “never got a call” from former President Obama, but what she received from Melania Trump was priceless.
A Battlefield Cross marker is now back standing tall at an Ohio cemetery after a "regrettable misinterpretation of policy guidance" from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
For veterans learning to cultivate marijuana through a Los Angeles grower's internship program, it's personal. They want to push for medical cannabis to become an option for veterans with PTSD.
AP Exclusive: The state of Nevada has agreed to pay $93,000 to settle a wrongful death suit filed by the family of a 27-year-old Army veteran who was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder when he hanged himself in prison last year.
Question: What is the new Veterans Choice Health Initiative and who is eligible:
The bill - written by the VA and proposed to Congress - would expand care access for veterans and make it legally easier to share patient records between the VA and outside providers.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs released a bill, which it presented to both the House and Senate, designed to address healthcare access and improve the veteran experience.
From the start of VA Secretary David Shulkin’s tenure in February, the Department of Veterans Affairs has mounted an aggressive agenda to improve services for veterans. Suicide prevention is one of Shulkin's initiatives to bring better care to the health care provider level.