In general, the VA has jumped to fix long-festering issues only after they have blown up in the media, embarrassing the president.
In the wake of CIR’s investigative series into the long wait times veterans faced when submitting disability claims to the VA, there was real, substantive change.
The previously anonymous Navy SEAL who claims he fired the shot that killed al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden has come forward and is scheduled to appear on Veterans Day in an interview with Fox News.
A never-released federal audit finds dozens of colleges are so dependent on taxpayer money that they would be violating a law designed to prevent profiteering, if not for a loophole.
California lawmakers unanimously approved legislation designed to prevent for-profit schools from preying on veterans at taxpayer expense – but not before the bill’s author removed most of its significant provisions.
Citing new information, the federal agency lifted restrictions put in place after California regulators audited the for-profit school’s San Diego campus.
On any given night, nearly 58,000 veterans across the U.S. experience homelessness. Here’s a look at what government officials are doing to try to combat the problem.
The parent companies of the University of Phoenix and Art Institutes chains, as well as ITT Tech and Strayer University would be at risk of losing all federal funding if not for the exemption, according to a Senate report.
California auditors find popular academic programs at the for-profit school’s San Diego campus violate restrictions for GI Bill funding.
A bill to tighten federal funding available to for-profit colleges was quashed in a committee headed by a congressman who gets more campaign funds from the University of Phoenix’s parent company than any other member of Congress.