The veterans home has had a history of falling short on health standards.
Following concerns over care at a nursing home in Atlanta, the GAO will look at how the VA assesses its facilities.
Until 2002, electrocardiograms, also known as ECGs or EKGs, were part of routine screening to join the U.S. military.
A "Tiger Team" of infection control experts is deploying to help curb a deadly outbreak in the nursing facility.
The legislation would accelerate sick veterans' access to disability benefits.
The Department of Veterans Affairs asked the National Academies in 2018 to review existing scientific and medical research.
A doctor casually mentioned his 1995 positive HIV test during a conversation in 2015.
Did you know veterans, military members and their families can get free flu shots? Here's how.
The veteran was suffering from PTSD and insomnia and was out of psychiatric medications.
The VA has announced plans for random testing of convalescent plasma for COVID-19.
Maj. Gen. John Richardson IV has launched a yearlong effort to heal the base's deeply scarred image.
Congressman Dan Crenshaw is a former Navy SEAL and the headliner in one of the most hyped-up joint campaign ads ever.
You may soon be able to pick up your prescriptions at the commissary or exchange without waiting in line.
The Marine Corps is considering a plan in which it could funnel all recruits to a new base.
The mere possibility of the Marine Corps shaking up where it trains new recruits has drawn swift backlash.