The risk of earthquakes in the Golden State is rising, but homeowners buy less insurance than they used to.
Almost 90% of uninsured Americans won't pay a penalty under the Affordable Care Act in 2016.
Those groups had the hardest time affording health insurance before the Affordable Care Act took effect.
You’d be surprised how much an auto insurer knows about you before you’re even a customer.
Workers and employers tussle over who should pay for new costs that are tied to the Affordable Care Act.
Bipartisan legislation would allow military personnel to keep their auto insurance policy even when they move to a different state; civilians would still take the necessary steps for buying a new policy.
Some Republicans say the party errred by not offering an alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
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