The presidential candidate wants to end wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and levy a "war tax" for every future conflict.
"I think it’s ridiculous I would have to trade one of my rights," said veteran Joshua Raines.
"After all our service members have sacrificed, how can we penalize them for working in their state's legal economy?"
ICE agents told investigators they were "unaware" of policies to avoid deporting veterans—the same policies the agency assured me it was following in 2016.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is honoring veterans of Veterans Day while simultaneously screwing them over again and again.
"If any question why we died/Tell them, because our fathers lied," wrote Rudyard Kipling of the Great War. Think about that, not contemporary politics.
Trump's Military Parade Would Have Been Foolish, Expensive, Authoritarian. Canceling It Was the Right Move.
There will be no military parade today. There shouldn't be one any other day, either.
Nine hospitals now face audits.
Kenneth Richard Devore used his position to list himself as the sole beneficiary to a disabled veteran's assets. Then he got another federal job.
New chief Robert Wilkie is in a position to tackle the agency's bureaucratic mismanagement. Will he?
He's doing it for the vets. And probably for the potential new customer base.
San Francisco Fines Landlord $2 Million For Renting Out Dwellings to Low-Income Veterans that Violated Zoning Codes
Many of Judy Wu's tenants remain at risk of eviction.
But they're still forbidden from recommending or prescribing, and the government won't pay for it.
Although the research has federal approval, the Phoenix V.A. hospital is blocking efforts to recruit subjects.
How Trump's immigration crackdown and the drug war are shamefully hurting military veterans.
Only 3 percent of drug-related incidents by staff have resulted in disciplinary action.
The department asked 440,410 vets for the wrong information. Now their health care claims might be purged from the system.
Bad privatization is worse than no privatization at all.
Trump's team talks vaguely of privatization, but there's no substance.
Somebody neglected to account for the expenses.
Reupholstering the deck chairs on a sinking ship
The point of political reporting is to help provide context, not obscure it.
How much do politicians really care about veterans' health?
From 2004 to 2014, the government-run health agency spent more than $20 million on luxury art.
Out: Nothing so permanent as a temporary government program. In: Nothing so permanent as a job in which you oversee fake waiting lists that lead to deaths.
Donald Trump and the $6 million in contributions to veterans groups.
The private sector strives to improve, while the government agency makes excuses.
Spending bill amendment would halt gag order prohibiting marijuana discussion.
Veterans may not now have a choice of where to go for health care. But they will have a choice in November's election, as we all will.