A look back at the billionaire corporate-raider-turned-activist's AIG campaign, his Trump administration advisory role and concerns raised by Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
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.
AIG says the move makes the company more competitive.
Americans love many portions of the Affordable Care Act but hate being forced to pay for health insurance.
The 49-year-old National Flood Insurance Program, a part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, already is $25 billion in debt due because of a failure to charge adequately high premiums.