Recent News Headlines

Elderly Veteran Death By VA Police Obfuscated By ‘Queen Of Cover-ups’

The head of Kansas City VA Medical Center is now accused of withholding details about the death of an elderly veteran at the hands...

Why Reform Eludes Many VA Medical Centers

The nation’s VA medical centers lack proper oversight says a new audit report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO). With 1,200 medical facilities, regional offices...

‘Two-Faced’ – VA Whistleblower Retaliation Still A National Embarrassment

Health care professionals coming forward to protect veteran patients are still experiencing whistleblower retaliation despite promises to protect both. Three health care professionals are the...

VA Executives Caught Concealing Deadly Legionella

A new report from VA OIG confirmed allegations that VA executives concealed a Legionella outbreak at a VA medical center putting veterans lives at...

First Class-Action Lawsuit At Veterans Court Moves Forward

The US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims will allow its first class-action lawsuit against the Department of Veterans Affairs to move forward. The case,...

Why Are VA Police Body Slamming Elderly Veterans?

Congress is investigating widespread abuse of veterans by some VA police whose acts of abuse include body slamming veterans resulting in death. Last Tuesday, the...

Study: Veterans With TBI At Two Fold Increased Risk Of Dementia

Veterans who suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) are more than two-fold at risk of a dementia diagnosis later in life according to a...

VA Announces New “Breakthrough” Painkiller Replacement For Opioids

The Department of Veterans Affairs just announced a new “breakthrough” drug it may use to treat pain instead of opioid medications pending future research. The...

Should Veterans Be Wary Of New Urgent Care Expansion?

Veterans like myself were thrilled at the news we can all use non-VA urgent care centers when needing urgent care, but is there a...

VA Owes Veterans $189 Million In VA Home Loan Debacle

Fox News now reports the Department of Veterans Affairs owes an estimated $189 million to 53,000 disabled veterans. These veterans were charged home loan fees...

New Update In VA Lawfare Against Vietnam War Veterans

The Department of Justice decided not to continue VA's lawfare against Vietnam War veterans called Blue Water Navy veterans who are now eligible for certain...

Trump Expands Veterans Choice: Nearly 400% More Veterans Can Use

Today, the crow no longer flies as far under the new MISSION Act community care rules cutting the wait time to 20 days or...

Massive Pile Of Veteran Tombstones Uncovered At Abandoned Funeral Home

Augusta, GA – A massive pile of tombstones for deceased veterans was found scattered in a dump pile outside an abandoned funeral home. Under old...

Several Veteran Deaths Linked To Impaired VA Clinician

On Friday, VA confirmed suspicions that several veteran deaths were linked to negligence by an impaired VA pathologist at Fayetteville VA Medical Center. The agency...

Push Underway To Expand Veteran Student Loan Forgiveness

There is a new countrywide push to expand student loan forgiveness for disabled veterans who are totally and permanently disabled. Attorneys General from 52 of...

PTSD Nightmares May Be Addressed With New Apple Watch App

The Department of Veterans Affairs is testing a new Apple watch app designed to ease combat-related nightmares for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) sufferers. Minneapolis VA...

Memorial Day Commemoration

I wanted to wish you all a good Memorial Day as we remember those who’ve gone before us and usher in another summer season. This...

Alleged Bathroom Bandit Caught In Illicit Voyeurism Plot

Half a mile from the White House, one VA employee was allegedly caught illegally recording women in the bathroom. The employee was charged Wednesday...

Last Rolling Thunder Event To Highlight Medical Marijuana

The last Rolling Thunder event in history will highlight the medical marijuana hypocrisy before its final Memorial Day run this coming weekend after 32...

VA Malpractice: Agency Pays $300k For Sepsis Death

In a VA malpractice lawsuit, the family of a veteran who died from sepsis will receive a settlement payment of $300k. Veteran Larry Farley died...