An Egyptian national is facing fraud charges for allegedly driving his severely autistic children off a pier at the Port of Los Angeles to collect money off of their life insurance policies, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Sen. Ted Cruz called for keeping pre-existing condition coverage during Friday night’s debate while slamming Democrat opponent Rep. Beto O’Rourke for voting to keep Obamacare despite rising insurance premiums.
Progressive insurance, a major publicly traded company, has decided to pull ads off Laura Ingraham’s radio programs, Breitbart News can confirm. In addition to the news of the decision to pull the ads, Progressive–though an ad placement firm–at least partially defined what qualifies as a reason to pull Progressive ads off the air of a certain program: “Controversial programming.” Even so, despite coining that term for this, Progressive refused to further define what it means by “controversial programming.”
LONDON (AFP) – Lloyd’s of London will open a Brussels office in early 2019 due to Brexit, the insurance market said Thursday, one day after the UK government triggered the nation’s EU divorce. “Lloyd’s, the specialist insurance and reinsurance market, has announced
A review of the Affordable Care Act, often called Obamacare, reveals that 1.4 million Americans will lose their healthcare insurance as a growing number of insurance companies flee Obamacare or otherwise make major changes in coverage due to the problems endemic in the law.
Citing the financial unsustainability of Obamacare, both the insured and insurers are fleeing Obamacare in increasing numbers, leaving President Obama’s takeover of the nation’s healthcare system on the verge of collapse.
Britain’s Guardian newspaper has splashed on a report dealing with equality in Britain’s car insurance industry, despite it having been dismissed as being “flawed” and compiled “by people with no understanding of how car insurers price their policies”.
A study finds that a larger portion of recent Obamacare enrollees are sicker and far more costly to cover. As a result, the insurance industry is seeking yet another series of premium hikes to cover the quickly rising costs.
ObamaCare has taken another step towards towards its own end — the Associated Press informs us “the lone health insurance cooperative to make money last year on the Affordable Care Act’s public insurance exchanges is now losing millions and suspending individual enrollment for 2016.”
At a time when people can stand in front of the United Nations and proclaim that people being mean on the internet constitutes violence, a lone insurance company has decided to do exactly what the proponents of criminalizing disagreement are doing: monetize it.
No one is ever held responsible for failure in government any more; even the most breathtaking incompetence and abuse lead to zero terminations or punishment. Congress is beginning to grumble about hearings and subpoenas, but even those tend to be ignored and subverted in the Obama era.
ObamaCare apologists figure they have a fairly low hurdle to clear in order to keep the program alive, bureaucratic inertia being what it is. They only have to keep public discontent below a certain boiling point, to prevent a political tsunami from rippling forth and sweeping ObamaCare away.
Every year since the passage of Obamacare, insurance premiums have risen, sometimes nearly 50 percent, quite despite that Obama claimed at least 19 times that he’d save every American $2,500 a year on their insurance.
Covered California, the Golden State’s exchange for Obamacare, has announced that it will cap the price of prescription drugs for the 2.2 million Californians who have bought individual insurance plans.
Major insurers in some states are proposing up to 51 percent premium increases for health plans sold under the Affordable Healthcare and Patient Protection Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare. Despite single digit increases for 2015, insurance companies are seeing their costs jump and are demanding to be compensated with dramatically higher rates.
One of the largest data breaches in history was revealed Wednesday, as health insurance giant Anthem Inc. acknowledged its computer system was violated starting on December 10. The company noticed the breach on January 27 and verified it two days later.