Two former VA employees pleaded guilty to a $2.9 million purchase scheme they conducted using fictitious companies and purchase orders.
The Justice Department has issued a legal opinion making its case for why it believes that the VA can legally provide abortion services even when they contradict state laws.
A Michigan man is heading to prison after he lied to VA employees about his physical condition and used a wheelchair as a prop to fraudulently obtain benefits.
For the first time in the agency’s history, the VA will begin offering abortion services in certain cases, even in states where it is not legal.
A bodybuilder is going to prison after posting his strenuous workouts on social media despite claiming he was disabled to get VA benefits.
A Florida Army veteran is facing jail time for falsely claiming he had to walk with a cane to get disability benefits despite leg pressing over 600 pounds.
A Florida man is heading to prison for stealing his twin brother’s identity and using it to obtain federal benefits.
An appeals court has issued a key decision impacting reimbursements for veterans’ hospital visits.
Two recent court cases offer an important precedent for protecting due process rights of federal employees.
A federal employee at the VA has pleaded guilty to using his government credit card to purchase and then steal nearly $2 million worth of CPAP supplies.