The Veterans Affairs Department fails to follow its own policies on monitoring sub-par doctors whose treatment - or lack thereof - may harm patients, a new government review finds.
The nation's jobless rate fell to 7 percent in November, the lowest level in five years, but an economy that created just 203,000 net new jobs provided only slight gains for veterans.
A Navy veteran in Congress proposes protecting defense spending with an ambitious plan for cutting federal entitlements - including military retired pay.
Compared to the civilian population, service members are better at making ends meet, planning ahead and general financial knowledge, according to a new military report on financial capability from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
A 68-year-old widow who has spent 23 years seeking veterans' survivor benefits will be a key witness Wednesday at a House hearing focusing on the Veterans Affairs Department's problems in handling complicated claims.
A former Army National Guard soldier has filed a lawsuit against the Army, saying the service illegally denied him medical retirement by discharging him for an adjustment disorder when he actually suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder.
A. You can enroll in Tricare Prime and use it as backup coverage to your FEHB plan, but you don't need to keep FEHB in order to enroll in Prime and use that as your primary coverage.
As you develop your tactical plan for holiday gift buying - and your accompanying budget - check in with the military exchanges for specials on Cyber Thanksgiving, Black Friday and the following weekend, as well as Cyber Monday.
Nearly three weeks after Typhoon Haiyan wiped out portions of the central Philippines, Tricare has issued a waiver for some payment requirements and refills of lost or destroyed prescriptions.
Defense officials have reportedly asked the Defense Commissary Agency to develop a plan to close all U.S.