A top VA official in Colorado was cited by agency investigators Tuesday for habitually arriving late to her Lakewood office and missing as many as 14 work days without explanation over a four-year period.
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“J.C.” England was one of 429 men killed when the USS Oklahoma took five torpedoes to the hull, listed and capsized in the shallow water and deep mud of Battleship Row.
Demand for Department of Veterans Affairs services is going up, but so are losses among the agency’s health-care providers.
President Barack Obama says the U.S. has made serious progress improving services for veterans but should still be outraged about shortcomings and work to do better.
It’s hard to get an official explanation from the VA or its internal watchdog on why the hospital’s cost skyrocketed from about $604 million in 2011 to about $1.7 billion in 2015.