By Mark Flatten | 07/15/14 12:49 PM
Congressional investigators were given a workspace at the Philadelphia VA that was wired with activated audio microphones and video cameras, the chairman of the House veterans' affairs committee said.
By Steve Doty | 07/10/14 02:01 PM
Twenty-two veterans die each day in the United States by suicide. On Thursday, Congressman Jeff Miller, R-Fla., introduced new legislation to combat the alarming numbers.
By Mark Flatten | 07/07/14 09:03 PM
Hefty performance bonuses were paid last year to 64 VA medical directors who oversaw hospitals, including some where patient wait lists were falsified and preventable patient deaths occurred.
By Michelle Malkin | 07/02/14 10:56 AM
The Veterans Affairs' mouthpieces are preoccupied with covering their ample bureaucratic backsides, withholding data, monitoring critics, fending off watchdogs and running constant interference for their corrupt, negligent agency.
By Mark Flatten | 06/20/14 03:14 PM
Every top manager of the Department of Veterans Affairs received a positive performance evaluation for the past four years, and 78 percent got a bonus in 2013, despite a string of patient deaths and falsification of records related to patient wait times, according to congressional testimony...
By Mark Flatten | 06/18/14 04:52 PM
Top managers at the Department of Veterans Affairs have been held “accountable” for preventable patient deaths, falsified records and long backlogs in care. What that means is not clear.
By Mark Flatten | 06/11/14 06:21 PM
A Department of Veterans Affairs memo that prohibits top administrators from answering questions from members of Congress, the media or veterans' groups is being called a “gag order” meant to cover up agency wrongdoing by a Kansas congressman. Rep. Tim Huelskamp, R-Kansas, backed the...
By Mark Flatten | 06/09/14 09:47 PM
Prosecuting Department of Veterans Affairs officials who broke the law and firing those who deliberately manipulated reported wait times to hide long backlogs is the surest way of ending fraudulent practices, the agency's interim inspector general told a House committee Monday. “It comes...
By Washington Examiner | 06/09/14 04:51 PM
There are two especially sad aspects of former Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki's recent departure from that position. The first is his observation that “I can't explain the lack of integrity among some of the leaders of our health care facilities. This is something I rarely...
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