The Department of Veterans Affairs this week proposed disciplinary actions for six of its medical employees, including the directors of the Rocky Mountain network and the Cheyenne, Wyo., VA clinic, for manipulating scheduling data to hide treatment delays.
Congress is expected to vote this week on a bill to revamp the Department of Veterans Affairs in the wake of a scandal over treatment delays and falsification of scheduling records at VA hospitals across the country.
A U.S. attorney’s office has filed a civil lawsuit against a West Virginia man who has filed liens seeking $950 million from federal employees.
House and Senate negotiators have approved a compromise bill to spend about $17 billion to overhaul the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Here are three retirement rules that no longer apply, followed by what you should be doing instead.
A new Senate proposal to curb the government’s bulk collection of Americans’ telephone records and increase transparency about the program has White House backing and may get more traction with critics who have dismissed other bills as too weak.
The author takes a critical look at union representation at the IRS and the use of official time.
As the intelligence stolen by Edward Snowden gets older and older, the former National Security Agency contractor has less and less chance to secure a deal to bring him back home, according to an agency official.