State officials are investigating a coronavirus outbreak at a veterans nursing home in Illinois that infected nearly 200.
The DoD and the VA are providing daily updates on the number of confirmed and presumptive cases of the virus.
A veteran died on the Fourth of July 2018 after two calls to the suicide hotline went unheeded.
In an extensive interview with Newsweek, Jim Byrne, a former Marine and federal attorney, said the VA secretary sought to...
The VA did not restart in-person exams until late August, and then only on a limited basis.
Active cases of COVID-19 continue to rise among Department of Veterans Affairs patients.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has no plans to challenge a court ruling last week.
Two men died and three were injured while replacing a steam pipe in an building at the West Haven VA Medical Center.
A spokesman for the Connecticut governor said a third person is missing in the apparent steam explosion.
The number of suicides and the suicide rate in 2018 rose just slightly from the previous year, by 36 deaths.
New soldiers at Fort Sill were the first to graduate Army Basic Combat Training wearing the service's new Army Greens.
Air Force 1st Lt. Kenneth "Kage" Allen was killed.
Soldiers offered feedback on the Army's futuristic new IVAS technology.
The Defense Department is predicting flat or declining budgets in future years.
Preparations are underway across the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to receive doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.