The Republican-controlled House is moving forward with a bill making it easier to fire or demote hundreds of thousands of employees at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A Democratic senator says she's withdrawn a bill expanding government fertility services for wounded veterans.
A Navy officer and one of the Marines murdered in last week's attack on a military center in Chattanooga fired their personal weapons at the gunman, according to a report published Wednesday.
The wife of a veteran says negligent treatment at a naval hospital left her husband in a vegetative state, and she is suing the facility.
A major Japanese corporation gave an unprecedented apology Sunday to a 94-year-old U.S. prisoner of war for using American POWs for forced labor during World War II, nearly 70 years after the war...
The movie tour stung at times. The vets were choked up. I was choked up.
Five years after embarking on an ambitious program to end homelessness among America’s military veterans by the end of 2015, officials backed off last week from that goal.
Veterans, both old and young, are seeking help from the VA for hearing loss and tinnitus more than any other disabilities facing them today