Backlog of 200,000 claims await processors, but some universities and colleges will allow veterans who have unpaid tuition and housing bills to remain in school.
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Suit is the latest in a long-running investigation of firms that sold defective gear to military and law enforcement agencies.
Auditors say “unprecedented” move will waste taxpayer dollars and do little to resolve management issues.
Analysts say pressure will mount to scale back military service modernization plans.
Lawmakers contact Transportation, FAA officials over plane with 47 passengers that was left on the tarmac for several hours overnight.
Commission on Wartime Contracting questions the use of 18 subcontractors and millions in fees.
Americans are starting to take a more measured approach to change.
The House has passed all 12 appropriations bills, but the Senate is unlikely to do so before Sept. 30, meaning a stopgap measure probably will be necessary.
Majority leader says he hopes to finish four of eight remaining appropriations bills before the start of the new fiscal year on Oct. 1.
Reforms will be aimed at improving conditions and strengthening oversight.