Department of Veterans Affairs

"The questions are just ridiculous," one VA physician complained about the three men's interference.
The freshman senator from Arizona used her maiden speech to tell the story of an Iraq War veteran who died by suicide.
The 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful says "the best way to honor our veterans’ service is to cancel the blank check for endless war."
In fact, McCain was a sponsor of the legislation and successfully pushed for the one feature Trump constantly takes credit for. Obama signed it into law in 2014.
Meanwhile, the Pentagon continues to investigate professional misconduct allegations against the Navy doctor.
Robert Wilkie accused the union of playing politics after one leader said lack of pay could lead to veterans' suicides.
Trump's Veterans Affairs secretary referred to Jefferson Davis as an "exceptional man in an exceptional age."
Emails show John Ullyot, the VA's Trump-appointed communications official, shut down the request from the agency's chief diversity officer last year.
There are too few doctors and nurses to treat them in rural and high-cost urban areas.
Earlier this year, Congress made it more difficult for the VA to use dogs in medical research.
David J. Thomas Sr. took down the portrait after the Post learned that his colleagues launched a petition for its removal.
The VA also reported fewer hospitals earning the lowest one-star ratings.
"The health and safety of veterans isn’t a game for Trump’s Mar-a-Lago members to play with between rounds of golf," an Iraq War vet said.
With the help of his lawyer, veteran Tom Mahon is pushing for benefits nearly 50 years after he left Vietnam.
How Marvel Entertainment chairman Ike Perlmutter and two other Mar-a-Lago cronies are secretly shaping the Trump administration’s veterans policies.
The department has been paralyzed by infighting over the role of private care for veterans.
Peter Naylor died of esophageal cancer in 2015, and now his wife is fighting to have the disease recognized as related to his service in Vietnam.
Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) said that some allegations made against Trump's VA secretary nominee were credible.
The news comes just days after Jackson withdrew his name from consideration to lead the VA.