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Few People Lost Jobs With V.A. in Scandal

Few People Lost Jobs With V.A. in Scandal Internal documents show that the number of Veterans Affairs people removed from their jobs since the scandal over manipulated wait times is, at most, three....

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Vietnam Veteran Files Class-Action Lawsuit Over Delayed Appeals on Disability Benefits

A class-action lawsuit asks a court to require the Department of Veterans Affairs to reach faster decisions when reconsidering rejected claims....

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Treasury Department Faults Veterans Affairs in Feud Over Employee

The inspectors general of two government agencies are embroiled in a highly unusual dispute that centers on a senior employee who has worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Treasury Department....

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Obama Reinforces Bond With Wounded Veteran at Arizona Home

The president visited Sgt. First Class Cory Remsburg at the Army Ranger’s new house near Phoenix, which was built by veterans’ groups....

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Progress Is Slow at V.A. Hospitals in Wake of Crisis

Progress Is Slow at V.A. Hospitals in Wake of CrisisProgress Is Slow at V.A. Hospitals in Wake of CrisisDelays in receiving care are still common, underscoring the reality that overhauling a federal department with almost 300,000 employees is a difficult and tedious process....

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Support for V.A. Chief Who Lied About Serving in Special Forces

Support for V.A. Chief Who Lied About Serving in Special ForcesSupport for V.A. Chief Who Lied About Serving in Special ForcesRobert A. McDonald, the Veterans Affairs secretary, issued a public apology, and the administration, lawmakers and veterans groups backed him....

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V.A. Secretary Apologizes for Embellishing Military Record

V.A. Secretary Apologizes for Embellishing Military RecordV.A. Secretary Apologizes for Embellishing Military RecordRobert A. McDonald, the secretary of the Veterans Affairs Department, falsely claimed that he had served in the United States Special Forces....

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Obama Signs Suicide Prevention for Veterans Act Into Law

Obama Signs Suicide Prevention for Veterans Act Into LawObama Signs Suicide Prevention for Veterans Act Into LawThe measure was designed to make it easier for veterans to find mental health resources and increase accountability for the government programs serving them....

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Congress Acts on Veteran Suicides

Congress Acts on Veteran SuicidesCongress Acts on Veteran SuicidesAs an estimated 22 veterans kill themselves each day on average, Republicans and Democrats have found something meaningful they can agree on....

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Preventing Suicides Among Veterans Is at Center of Bill Passed by Senate

Preventing Suicides Among Veterans Is at Center of Bill Passed by SenatePreventing Suicides Among Veterans Is at Center of Bill Passed by SenateThe bill, named for a Marine who suffered post-traumatic stress disorder and committed suicide, focuses on the V.A.’s suicide prevention and mental health programs....

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Los Angeles to Build Housing for Veterans

The Department of Veterans Affairs has agreed to settle a three-year-old lawsuit brought on behalf of homeless veterans by pledging to build permanent and transitional “bridge” housing....

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