VA Still Challenged to Provide Veterans Timely Health Care, Watchdog Says

After more than a decade, veteran access to timely health care is still the No. 1 challenge for the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to a government watchdog.

Veteran who lost leg in Afghanistan is surprised with mortgage-free home: 'A great honor'

A veteran will receive a mortgage-free home in Connecticut from Building Homes for Heroes in partnership with the FDNY 343 Ride after losing his leg during combat in Afghanistan.

Vet Center offers yoga classes to stretch minds and bodies

Yoga classes are held both in-person and virtually for Veterans of all ages, all levels of experience and for many first timers.

WW2 veteran shares stories of bravery on Memorial Day

More than 80 years have passed, yet World War II veteran and Bulverde resident Don Bishop still gets teary-eyed thinking about his return.

My encounter with the VA made me 'feel so forgotten,' Army veteran says

Army veteran Joe Cantasano joined 'Fox News Tonight' to discuss why he posted a viral TikTok video about his experience with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Army veteran's TikTok goes viral after he details frustrating experience with the VA

Ret. Army Sgt. Joe Cantasano shares why he took to TikTok to share his experience with receiving continuity of care from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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