|Saturday, Dec, 06, 2008||Shinseki Picked To Head Veterans Admin.
President-elect Barack Obama has chosen retired Gen. Eric K. Shinseki to be the next Veterans Affairs secretary, turning to a former Army chief of staff once vilified by the Bush administration for questioning its Iraq war strategy.
|Tuesday, Nov, 11, 2008||Suit Asks VA to Expedite Benefit Claims Handling
Two groups representing about 60,000 military veterans filed a lawsuit yesterday seeking to force the Department of Veterans Affairs to speed up its handling of disability claims or provide interim financial relief for applicants.
|Wednesday, Oct, 01, 2008||Freedom for veterans
The nightmares haven't gone away, says Angel Fernandez. Fernandez, 37, is a U.S. Navy veteran who served four tours of active duty, dating back to Operation Desert Storm. His final tour lasted a year in northern Iraq, ending in December 2005.
|Monday, May, 05, 2008||Post-War Suicides May Exceed Combat Deaths
The number of suicides among veterans of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan may exceed the combat death toll because of inadequate mental health care.
|Thursday, Apr, 24, 2008||VA lied about vets' suicide attempts
The Department of Veterans Affairs has lied about the number of veterans who have attempted suicide, Sen. Patty Murray said Wednesday, citing internal e-mails that put the number at 12,000 a year while the department was publicly saying it was fewer than 800.
|Wednesday, Jun, 21, 2006||PTSD Care Demand Taxing Systems
|Monday, May, 22, 2006||Personal Info of 26.5 Million Veterans Lost
Electronic data containing the personal information of as many as 26.5 million veterans and some spouses has been stolen from the home of a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) employee who violated agency policy by leaving the office with the information.
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