Long-sought improvements urged by the Government Accountability Office could take until 2024 to fully implement.
The House will vote on a bill prohibiting the VA from using dogs for experiments that would cause them any type of pain.
While lawmakers said the practice saved time and aided veterans, VA officials contended it was "legally suspect."
More than a quarter of female VA employees experienced sexual harassment in recent years, according to a GAO report.
Trump had endorsed Ronny Jackson's campaign and he emerged from a crowded GOP field to replace retiring Rep. Mac Thornberry.
A nursing assistant injected veteran patients with lethal doses of insulin.
Debts that have been delinquent for more than 120 days and passed to the Treasury Department won't be pursued this year.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie said the agency's telehealth services at Walmarts will expand.
The former Soviet base had contained chemical weapons, enriched uranium and soil saturated with fuels and other solvents.
Peter Shelby "abused his position" and violated rules so a friend could get a contract worth $4,999,500, the report said.
The suspect in two killings allegedly sought revenge for being sidelined from cases challenging the male-only draft.
Sara Faulkner had the "it" factor as the first woman to graduate from the Coast Guard's helicopter rescue swimmer school.
The Navy's new jacket, available exclusively to surface warfare officers, is now available for order.
The shooting was an act of self-defense, the soldier's attorney says.
The Marine amphibious assault vehicle that sank off the coast of California last week has been located in 385 feet of water.