VA Deputy Secretary Pamela Powers will be hosting a new series of chats and live events, focusing on women Veterans and supporting the “Whole Woman Veteran.”
About 46,000 veterans had their personal information exposed after hackers breached Veterans Affairs computer systems used to send payments to outside medical providers.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has reopened the registration period for claiming an Economic Impact Payment. Individuals who receive Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Railroad
Getting a flu vaccine this fall is more important than ever to protect yourself, your family, friends, and coworkers. We are facing a tough 2020
VA is bringing virtual hearings to Veterans who have disagreed with the decision VA made on a compensation claim and who have appealed the decision
September is Suicide Prevention Month. This month – and every month – you can take action to help prevent suicide. Simple acts of support can
VA’s Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E) Service is deploying its electronic Virtual Assistant (e-VA) to the national stage. e-VA is an artificial intelligence platform, providing
Suicide is one of the most challenging societal issues of our time, and sadly, one that affects those who served our Nation at alarming rates.
Veterans who missed out on coronavirus stimulus checks in the spring have until Sept. 30 to register with the IRS to get that money. (Feverpitched/Getty
February 2019 marked the successful implementation of the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act (AMA), which resulted in faster and easier ways to appeal your
Education advocates are warning student veterans about a new recruitment push from some colleges amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. (Alyssa Akers/Air Force)
The U.S. Postal Service announced it will halt planned service reductions and other cost-cutting initiatives in response to public outcry — including strong opposition from veterans