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Defense Spending Bill Calls for 1.8 Percent Pay Raise for Troops

House panel begins work Friday on the fiscal 2015 appropriations bill.

We Might Have Learned About the VA Scandal Sooner

The Obama administration has cracked down on whistleblowers.

"I was not able to identify any lists that I thought were secret," VA Assistant Deputy Under Secretary for Health for Clinical Operations Dr. Thomas Lynch said.

VA Official: There Are No Secret Waiting Lists

While admitting problems, a Veteran Affairs official tells a House committee that Phoenix officials were just trying to improve access to care.

3 Must-Do’s for Leading Through Change

When restructuring gets tough, real managers don’t run and hide.

Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., will soon introduce a bill to allow veterans to sue VA workers who tampered with health records.

Senator Wants to Make It Easier to Sue VA Employees, Take Their Money

Republican’s proposal also would remove red tape from firing workers involved in latest scandal.

The Burning Leadership Question: Are You a Flame or an Ember?

It may not be flashy, but moral character trumps charisma.

Census Faces Pressure from Both Chambers of Congress and Both Political Parties

House may vote this week to make mandatory community survey voluntary.

The Arizona Army National Guard 108th band plays during a Veteran's Day parade in 2013, in downtown Phoenix.

Inspector General Confirms Vets Waited 115 Days for Care in Phoenix

Report confirms long waiting times for 1,700 veterans there and says the problem is nationwide.

Avoid These Three Traps and Become a More Decisive Leader

Coming up short on ingenuity, the other key measure of leadership decision making, can also be a blind spot for many people.