It's pretty hard to understand Republican arguments that depriving consumers of the right to sue would actually help them. Experts say it probably wouldn't.
TheStreet reports on how congress made it easier to file for your 2017 taxes if you were a victim of Hurricane Harvey, Irma or Maria.
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Make sure you check your homeowners insurance policy for fire coverage -- here's what you need to know.
The Trump administration is proposing to overhaul the beleaguered National Flood Insurance Program by attaching industry-friendly provisions to a $29 billion disaster-relief bill.
Sales have surged as Americans who lost vehicles in devastating hurricanes start replacing them.
The National Flood Insurance Program is running out of funds, even as the U.S. House of Representatives spent much of the week debating measures -- later stripped out by the Senate -- that would have allowed for greater competition from private companies.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed a bill that would allow private insurers to compete with the government for flood-coverage policies. One problem is that lawmakers still haven't approved new funds for the National Flood Insurance Program, which could run out of money next month.
There's no new funding for the debt-strapped National Flood Insurance Program in a new House of Representatives bill, but there is a prize for private industry: the chance to steal lucrative policies from the government.