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Topic - U.S. Department Of Veterans Affairs
The latest report describing the breakdown of performance and service at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) was unsparing.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, which oversees pensions, education, health care and other benefits for veterans and their families, faces allegations about treatment delays and falsified records at its hospitals around the country.
The Cherokee Nation and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs plan to sign an agreement that will allow the tribe to be reimbursed for services.
A new report says Adult Protective Services has not properly investigated abuse allegations at a Lexington group home for disabled men.
A new Phoenix-area clinic that is expected to serve thousands veterans opened Saturday as local VA officials face allegations of negligence.
Dear Sgt. Shaft: I understand that Virginia now offers a property tax exemption for disabled veterans. What is the procedure for establishing this eligibility?
Military veterans are being buried at such a rapid rate that national cemeteries use heavy equipment to make room. An average of 1,800 veterans die each day, and 10 percent of them are buried in the country's 125 national cemeteries, which are expected to set a record with 107,000 interments, including dependents, this year.