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Compromise VA bill includes new clinic in Phoenix


A new walk-in clinic in Phoenix is among new Veterans Affairs medical facilities that would be opened under a House-Senate compromise bill to shorten delays in treating veterans. More>>

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Marijuana researcher seeking out other places to do PTSD study

Dr. Sue Sisley Dr. Sue Sisley

Dr. Sue Sisley told CBS5 that she may have lost this battle, but she's not giving up the fight.

Veteran Advocates encouraged by $17B VA reform bill Video included


Lawmakers in Washington have reached a compromise to address the current Veterans' Affairs crisis. More>>

Lawsuits, claims against Phoenix VA released Video included


The US Department of Veterans Affairs received nearly 200 claims of wrongful death or injury at the Phoenix VA Medical Center since 2004. More>>

Obama nominee McDonald pledges to 'transform' VA


President Barack Obama's choice to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs pledged Tuesday to transform the beleaguered agency, saying that "systematic failures" must be addressed. More>>


SWAT Team responds to home of embattled VA administrator Video included

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One of the top administrators at the center of the scandal surrounding the Phoenix VA Medical Center became the center of a Mesa police SWAT response after family members called 911 claiming he was suicidal. More>>


VA: Glenn Costie named acting director of Phoenix VA

Glenn Costie will become acting Phoenix VA Director beginning July 9. Glenn Costie will become acting Phoenix VA Director beginning July 9.

The Department of Veterans Affairs announced Friday that Glenn Costie will serve as acting director of the Phoenix VA Health Care System beginning on July 9. More>>

VA hospital in Prescott flagged for more probes


One Veterans Affairs Department facility in Prescott has been flagged for further review following a nationwide audit of the agency's troubled appointment process. More>>


Acting VA secretary: Audit on patient wait times coming Monday Video included


Acting VA Secretary Sloan Gibson made the announcement Thursday during a visit to the Phoenix health care facility that was the initial focus of a scandal over veterans and wait times. More>>

Shinseki ousts Phoenix VA hospital leadership; orders fixes Video included

Embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki said Friday he underestimated the depth of problems in the VA system and announced several fixes, including removal of senior leaders at the Phoenix VA hospital and elimination of performance awards for VA leaders in 2014. More>>


The Veterans Health Administration has released an interim report on the investigation into the Phoenix VA. More>>

House approves bill to speed firings at VA


The House has approved a bill to give the Veterans Affairs secretary more authority to fire or demote senior executives at the agency. More>>

Obama aide tasked with VA review coming to Phoenix


One of President Barack Obama's closest advisers is headed to Phoenix as the Veterans Affairs Department grapples with allegations of treatment delays and preventable deaths at the Arizona VA hospital system. More>>

Embattled VA Secretary Shinseki refusing to resign

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Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki is brushing aside calls for his resignation in the wake of reports of 40 deaths because of delayed treatment at a Phoenix VA hospital. More>>

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Here are the key players in an investigation into allegations of corruption, manipulation, secret waiting lists and unnecessary deaths at the Phoenix VA Medical Center. More>>

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