As pressure grows on Shinseki, the record shows questionable practices dating from the 1920s. Efforts at reform have long been frustrated.
President Obama sent Rob Nabors to review the nation's VA facilities. But Nabors may not have gotten the full picture at Phoenix VA.
Eric Shinseki, secretary of the embattled Department of Veterans Affairs, will testify about charges of negligence and a possible cover-up.
The House Veterans Affairs Committee voted to subpoena VA Secretary Eric Shinseki to probe allegations of poor care and a possible cover-up.
A series of revelations about the way the Department of Veterans Affairs administers care has brought calls for its leadership to go.
A longtime physician at the Phoenix VA comes forward with more charges of poor treatment.
Phoenix VA Delayed Treatment: Veteran's Widow Asks, 'How Could They Treat Him So Badly When He Served His Country So Honorably?'
Two deceased veterans allegedly died as a result of delayed treatment at the Phoenix Veterans Administration hospital.
"Know But Don't Tell"? Veterans Say Secret Patient List At Phoenix VA Should Prompt President To Intervene At Troubled Agency
Veterans groups and others continue to call for Obama to intervene in Phoenix, where some vets may have been victimized by a secret waiting list.
Disturbing Discovery: New Generation of Targeted Cancer Drugs Cause Tumors To Become Drug Resistant and More Aggressive
A popular cancer treatment makes cancer worse, but researchers believe they've found a remedy for that.
After the recent Fort Hood shootings, experts point to massive overprescription of dangerous drug cocktails.
Judge’s Surprise Ruling On Veteran’s Exposure to Toxic Chemicals On U.S. Military Base Called “Turning Point”
Steve House's disability case shows that the "VA’s story about toxic exposures to troops on military bases is starting to unravel.”
Dirty Doctors: Does Spike In Physician Arrests In New York Reflect Ethics Crisis In American Medicine?
New York and New Jersey have had a rash of cases of medical fraud, which some say reflects a growing national trend.
Dark Legacy: Long After The End Of The Vietnam War, New Questions Raised About Agent Orange Exposure -- Including For Soldiers And Civilians In The U.S. And Abroad
A new study may bolster the long-denied claims of U.S. veterans exposed to the deadly chemical well after the Vietnam War ended.
VA takes issue with the charge that suicides resulted from ignoring veterans' stated suicidal tendencies; a U.S. rep. disagrees.
VA Concedes Whistleblower's Allegations Were True, Including That It Ignored Veterans' Suicidal Tendencies
A whistleblower who suffered retribution has been vindicated by a Department of Veterans Affairs admission.
Drug companies sometimes resist providing experimental drugs to terminal cancer patients. Here's why, and what it means to patients.
When Drug Companies Are Hazardous To Your Health: Lifesaving Cancer Drug Bexxar Discontinued By GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE:GSK), Experimental Drugs Withheld
One man dies after being denied access to an experimental cancer drug.
Is the Obama administration reaching out to Hispanic-Americans effectively?
Change.org Petitions Cover Issues From Sarah Palin To Human Trafficking To The Rape Of Lesbians In South Africa; A New Model For Global Change
Change.org, the online petition service, which was launched inauspiciously five years ago, has had stunning success in worldwide campaigns.
9/11 Link To Saudi Arabia Is Topic Of 28 Redacted Pages In Government Report; Congressmen Push For Release
The Bush administration locked up 28 pages of the 9/11 report that discussed the terrorists' links to Saudis. Now the public may get to see them.
Paul Walker’s Death: ‘Fast & Furious’ Star’s Fatal Accident Highlights The Dark Side Of Street Racing
Police hope Walker's death will shine a light on an activity that's become increasingly prevalent since the 2001 "Fast & Furious" film.
VA Is Broken: Death, Medical Mistreatment, Claims Backlogs And Neglect At Veterans Affairs Hospitals And Clinics [EXCLUSIVE]
Despite public outcry, anger in Congress and efforts to rein in the embattled VA, veterans care continues to worsen.
The nation is nearing a million casualties in its Afghanistan/Iraq wars, but for some reason the U.S. has stopped releasing numbers.