Four Veteran Affairs police officers say they feel like former NYPD officer Frank Serpico, battling alone against a corrupt and intransigent bureaucracy.
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Even as a unit within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is removing employees who are on blood thinner medication, it is also asking for new recruits.
The Chief of the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) announced his resignation after multiple news reports on sexual harassment allegations.
A New York mother who had not seen her son in years found out he was in danger at Stoneman Douglas High School when he sent her a text message during the standoff.
Less than a month after being featured on The Daily Caller, a Veteran Administration (VA) whistle-blower who was facing homelessness and an intransigent bureaucracy, suddenly had benefits approved.
A member of a Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) disaster response team says he is now barred from working with the team because government doctors found out he takes blood thinner medication.
A prolific Veteran Administration (VA) whistleblower is on the brink of homelessness and caught up in the vortex of government bureaucracy.
The head of the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) is not the right person to lead an agency that recently acknowledged widespread sexual harassment, a retired employee said in a letter sent to Congress.
After decades of denying it, the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) has finally acknowledged it has systemic problems with sexual harassment.
A regional Veteran Affairs manager already embroiled in one whistle-blower retaliation scandal accessed a file that included another whistle-blower's medical records.
An employee compared the leadership at a Veterans Affairs hospital to an organized crime group.
A Veterans Administration whistle-blower said that a Missouri VA hospital sold him a bill of goods while recruiting him and then retaliated when he complained.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has terminated another whistle-blower.
More than 2,000 veterans are languishing, waiting for an appointment outside the Veteran Affairs (VA) system at the Overton Brooks VA Medical Center (OBVAMC) in Shreveport, La.
Both the Joint Commission (JC), an accreditation organization, and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have visited the Hines VA Medical Center since an exposé by The Daily Caller of unsanitary kitchen conditions.
A suburban Chicago Veterans Affairs hospital is serving raw, uncooked, and expired food while the head of the nutrition department sells handbags on government time.
The Office of Special Counsel became the second federal agency to validate the evidence provided by a Phoenix VA whistleblower who says the hospital has been retaliating against him.
A new whistleblower from the Phoenix VA Medical Center says nothing has changed at the troubled hospital and his career is threatened for speaking out.
Six prominent Veteran Administration whistleblowers offered the Trump administration some blunt advice on reforming that troubled medical system in recent interviews with The Daily Caller.