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The Rev. Augustine Judd, the pastor of St. Pius V Catholic Church, which is run by the Dominican Friars of the Order of Preachers at... [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Research and Development hosted a research fair on June 19 at the Rayburn House Office Building on... [Read More]
The Department of Veterans Affairs announced a new rule on May 11 allowing VA health-care providers to administer care to veterans using telehealth services when... [Read More]
System use tests in 2015 showed it was only able to accurately track equipment in 40 percent of cases, according to an online article in... [Read More]
"With 14 out of the 20 veterans who take their own lives per day not engaging VA care, partnerships such as this help those veterans,... [Read More]
Vivieca Wright Simpson, who for more than two years was VA Secretary David Shulkin's most senior aide, retired amid findings she misled ethics officials to... [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is currently celebrating African-American History Month. "All of our veterans have a story to tell," says VA Secretary David... [Read More]
Leadership from the Providence VAMC and the Rhode Island Office of Veterans Affairs will provide updates and respond to questions from the audience during the... [Read More]
"Veterans who believe their discharge was unjust, erroneous or warrants an upgrade are encouraged to use the tool and then apply for review," says VA... [Read More]
The service honors the four Army chaplains who gave up their life jackets to soldiers and prayed together on their troopship, which had been torpedoed... [Read More]
VA will begin processing claims for reimbursement of reasonable costs that were only partially paid by a veteran's other health insurance. Those costs may include... [Read More]
COLA adjustments will go to retired military veterans, disabled veterans, veterans' pension benefits, survivor benefit annuitants and surviving families of veterans and all others receiving... [Read More]