Jared Kinnaman, a vocational rehabilitation counselor and whistleblower at the Phoenix Department of Veterans Affairs medical center, is calling for the resignation of Phoenix interim director Glen Grippen and Secretary Robert McDonald.
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A new report from the Department of Veterans Affairs watchdog discovered that an official at the Philadelphia regional office abused her position by bringing subordinates to an employee's home for psychic readings.
The World Health Organization is celebrating World No Tobacco Day Sunday in an effort to encourage reduced consumption, all the while freezing Interpol out of crucial meetings intended to combat one of the largest drivers of increased use: illicit trade by terrorist organizations.
A ritzy hotel in New York City has just apologized for turning a female sailor away from the hotel’s bar, after saying that her Navy uniform didn’t meet dress code standards.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree Thursday making secret the death of any Russian soldiers engaged in special operations, the day after reports surfaced of Russian troops gathering at the Ukrainian border.
Amid a call from U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter for China to cease building land reclamation immediately, Beijing has begun transferring weapons onto its artificial islands.
U.S. officials admitted Thursday that not only had the military accidentally sent live anthrax to labs in nine different states, as well as South Korea, but that in total 26 people were likely exposed.
Last year, Lance Cpl. Monifa Sterling was court-martialed for refusing to take down a paraphrased Bible verse on her computer. With the help of a non-profit legal organization, she’s planning to fight that ruling with an appeal.
The first marijuana-friendly hotel is opening in Denver later this week, providing an outlet for marijuana users who have previously complained about other establishments frowning on the drug.
Federal employees interested in partaking of marijuana in states where the drug is legal received a disappointing message on Wednesday from the government: using pot is still prohibited.
A new rule coming into effect Wednesday prohibits lawyers from bringing Big Macs, pizza and other outside food to detainees at Guantanamo Bay legal conferences.
A new campaign launched last week aims to inform marijuana smokers that driving under the influence of pot isn't a good idea by creating a rolling paper that animates a car crash when rolled.
Despite stringent warnings from the United States not to proceed with an aggressive naval strategy, on Tuesday, China unveiled plans to build two lighthouses in the South China Sea.
German police scouring the underground market for hints of artwork commissioned by the Nazi regime came upon a treasure trove last week, finding nine sculptures in a warehouse in southern Germany.
The Air Force has refused to punish a general for referring to God in a speech, despite agitations from a group interested in stripping the military of religion.
The U.S. Department of Justice has charged the chair of Temple University’s physics department with four counts of wire fraud for funneling a U.S. superconducting device to China.
The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee voted 18-12 Thursday to approve an amendment that would allow Department of Veterans Affairs physicians to recommend medical marijuana to veterans.
Not a single branch of the military has successfully passed a financial audit, that is, until the Pentagon triumphantly proclaimed in early 2014 that the Marine Corps counted as the first, a high honor.
U.S. aircraft moved in Wednesday to survey China’s massive new artificial islands, which have expanded by 1,500 football fields in two years, only to be met with eight warnings to “go away.”