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Vet Gets VA Appointment TWO YEARS After He Died

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‘I was like you have to be kidding, right’

Obama Admin IGNORED Calls for Help on VA Wait Times

President Obama announces resignation of U.S. Veteran Affairs Secretary Shinseki at the White House in Washington

‘We can’t get information out of the VA’

Obama Admin Knew About VA's Secret Wait Lists For Years

U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Shinseki stands with President Obama during a Veterans Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington

Obama Admin Knew About VA’s Secret Wait Lists For Years

Veterans' Advocacy Groups Have No Fee Scheme Conflict Of Interest

US DEFENSE VETERANS AFFAIRS

We’ve been talking about the VA’s problems for years now.

The VA Scandal Shows The Problem With Government-Run Healthcare

Shinseki addresses reporters after testifying before a Senate Veterans Affairs Committee hearing on VA health care, on Capitol Hill in Washington

Let veterans use their benefits at private hospitals

The VFW And American Legion's Veterans Affairs Conflict Of Interest

VFW volunteer at Florida National Cemetery

Splitting the VA’s benefits and healthcare functions is the best way to reform the agency.

Front-Runner To Head VA Predicts Obamacare Will Lead To Single-Payer

Toby Cosgrove, CEO of the Cleveland Clinic, participates in the APEC CEO Summit in Honolulu

‘It’s going to fall like dominoes’

General Shinseki's Resignation Won't Fix The VA

Veterans Affairs Secretary Shinseki and VA Undersecretary for Health Petzel take their seats to testify before a Senate Veterans Affairs Committee hearing on VA health care, on Capitol Hill

Whoever gets picked to inherit the mess, they’ll be rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic.

NEWSFLASH: Montel Williams Insists He's Not a Bot

Montel Williams

He’s real and he will call your &%#$ing boss

Shin' Splits! VA Chief Shinseki Axed As Scandal Rages On

Shinseki addresses reporters after testifying before a Senate Veterans Affairs Committee hearing on VA health care, on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘… but as he told me this morning, VA needs new leadership to address them’

Obama, Shinseki Square Off In Possibly Final Face-To-Face Meeting

U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Shinseki stands with President Obama during a Veterans Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington

Shinseki may walk the plank

SUPERCUT: Bernie Sanders Just Wants To Put The VA Scandal 'Into Context'

‘It is not the case that the rest of health care in America is just wonderful!’

VA Secretary Shinseki Plays Defense: 'We Are Doing All We Can'

Shinseki adjusts his glasses as he takes his seat to testify before a Senate Veterans Affairs Committee hearing on VA health care, on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘We are redoubling our efforts . . . to restore integrity’

Carney Hints Shinseki May Be Out By Sunday

Shinseki addresses reporters after testifying before a Senate Veterans Affairs Committee hearing on VA health care, on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘We’ll be very interested in the results’

Dems Rapidly Break Ranks, Call For VA Chief's Head

U.S. President Obama stands next to VP Biden and Secretary of Veterans Affairs Shinseki as he begins the Wounded Warrior Project's Soldier Ride at the White House in Washington

Six Democratic Senate candidates want him out

Democratic Senators Push Shinseki Under The Bus

Mark Udall Colorado

Udall is one of several Democratic senators in tough races

Internal VA Report: Vets Are At 'Risk Of Being Forgotten Or Lost'

Eric Shinseki takes his seat to testify before a Senate Veterans Affairs Committee hearing on VA health care, on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘Allegations … include gross mismanagement of VA resources and criminal misconduct’

John McCain Calls For VA Secretary Shinseki's Resignation

'This keeps piling up'

SHOWDOWN: VA Fails To Confirm Attendance At Wednesday House Hearing

Shinseki walks to the microphones to address reporters after testifying before a Senate Veterans Affairs Committee hearing on VA health care, on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘Getting timely information from the department you lead has been abysmal’