The news out of Whidbey Island, Wash., might have you wondering if your policy would help if something freakish happened to your home.
They face higher costs from taxes and insurance and lower benefits from Social Security than their heterosexual counterparts.
The Affordable Care Act could boost the cost of underlying claims by 32%, with worst-hit states including Ohio and California.
A Texas inventor has come up with a new kind of protection for your vehicle.
Generic prescription medications can be less effective than their name-brand counterparts. It's rare, but it happens.
After declining for many years, the number of fatalities among teen drivers is growing again.
A new report says skiers and snowboarders face an uphill battle when it comes to liability issues and safety information.
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