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Insurance professionals fear Bernie Sanders far and away the most, with Hillary Clinton coming in second.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will be setting premiums in line with true risk.
U.S. property and casualty insurers may be attracted to the Cuban market in the very near future.
“I chose a serious man and exemplary judge,” the president said at ceremony in the Rose Garden.
Moody's Investors Service's Simon Harris talks about the 2016 market outlook for Cyber insurance.
Allianz SE, Europe’s biggest insurer, said its two most senior executives responsible for the company’s asset management and investments businesses will leave.
Legislators appear eager to get to work on extending and reforming the National Flood Insurance Program, which expires in 2017. The P&C industry is prepared...
In honor of Women's History Month, we take a look at the nation's 16 female state insurance commissioners.
H.R. 2901 may not lead to an immediate flow of policies to the private market, but the bipartisan, industry-supported bill would let insurers experiment.
Dan Loeb’s reinsurer cited risks tied to regulation as the IRS and U.S. Senator Ron Wyden work to limit what the lawmaker called a “tax...
Will Google Compare opting out of insurance cause new disruption? Will new solutions move in to fill the void?
The history of telematics tells a fascinating tale of innovations and advancements.
The U.S. government wants to create a new category of “micro” drones that are built with materials that won’t harm people in a crash, opening...
Will the European Union realize that U.S. states have a place in the federal insurance regulatory system?
Insurance and risk have always gone together. However, as insurance becomes more complex and regulated, the rise of the chief risk officer is inevitable and...
At National Underwriter Property & Casualty, we’re making it our mission to give you what you need to meet the ever-increasing demands of our business.
Eight states received an “A” grade, and one state received an “F.” Insurance is regulated almost entirely by the state level, and here's a report...
California regulators say self-driving automobiles aren’t smart enough yet to zip around town without a driver ready to take the wheel.
Insurers offer solutions to address factors — such as El Niño and legalized marijuana — that are driving claims.
Problems experienced by internet users across the Eastern U.S. appear to have eased, with most sites back online after web-hosting services were invaded by hackers.
Honda said a Takata air bag inflator ruptured in a Civic compact car on Sept. 30 and killed a driver in California, at least the 17th Takata-related fatality in the U.S., Malaysia and India.