While most homeowners understand that their policy won't help with flood damage, a survey finds that few act on that knowledge.
A proposal to raise the federal cigarette tax would increase the per-pack rate to $1.95. Too expensive for you?
One early estimate puts the price for mending the people hurt in the marathon attack at more than $9 million.
When physicians are aware of laboratory pricing, they order fewer diagnostic tests and seek less expensive alternatives, says a new study.
More than 8.8 million US workers now collect the benefits, a sixfold jump since 1970 that cost the government $135 billion last year.
Forecasters predict an above-average number of Atlantic storms. Too bad agencies like FEMA are going into 2013 short on funding.
The Web is full of tips about lowering the cost of coverage, but how about some advice on getting what you pay for?
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