The Washington Post

Both Republicans and Democrats complained of slow response for information from Veterans Affairs.

Rep. Jeff Miller's (R.-Fla.) measure would ban senior executives in the Department of Veterans Affairs from receiving performance bonuses for the next five years.

The president's budget calls for a 4 percent increase in discretionary spending for the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The sentences range from two years probation to 15 months in federal prison for men who distributed powerful painkillers and drugs used to treat addiction to those substances.