VA is open for business
During the government shutdown, VA is not only still open for business, but we are actively working to provide you with much needed support and relief.
Richard Overton, nation's oldest man and WWII veteran, dies at 112
Richard Overton, the oldest-living veteran, was born on May 11, 1906, the same year as the first wireless radio broadcast and a year before Oklahoma became a state. He died Thursday at the age of 112.
Naval Research seeks to tackle traumatic brain injury
The Office of Naval Research is spearheading development of a technology to better analyze and diagnose the effects of traumatic brain injury.
Report: Adam Driver, Sylvester Stallone to star in story of 82nd Airborne quadruple amputee
After a book and a documentary, the life story of Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills could get the Hollywood A-list treatment.
Trump meets with former VA deputy for unfilled Cabinet post
It remains unclear when President-elect Donald Trump will select his Department of Veterans Affairs secretary, as names are dropped and added to the list of candidates.
'Feel-good drug' Ecstasy one step closer to approval as PTSD treatment
Army Spc. Tony Macie was diagnosed with PTSD by the Army when he left in 2008 with a medical discharge following back injuries he sustained in Iraq. He was anxious and depressed and had trouble sleeping. Nothing helped. But there was one long shot: MDMA, known more broadly as the illegal party drug Ecstasy.