Maryland has received conditional approval by the federal government to operate a state-based health insurance exchange in 2014.
A state panel that is devising rules for hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in western Maryland may require drillers to have pollution insurance.
Two decades after experiencing a nearly total loss in Hurricane Andrew, journalist Al Sunshine shares his personal experience and veteran advice to those recovering in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
A recent report by independent investigators reveals that many less costly health care groups rate high for quality of care.
In an effort to clear up confusion, here are some answers to common questions about the future of Medicare.
The Progressive Corp. insurance group is defending itself against an online onslaught of negative publicity resulting from its handling of a client’s fatal car crash.
New law, new coverage. As of Wednesday, the Affordable Health Care Act requires insurance companies to offer women new disease-prevention services at no cost.
An historic ruling. The U.S. Supreme Court upholds President Barack Obama’s health care law. Now, opponents vow to repeal it.
The Frederick County Teachers Association is asking its members to vote on a proposed contract that the union opposes.
The Maryland General Assembly has passed a measure to create a framework for a health insurance market place to provide coverage to the uninsured.
The insurer of a Stevensville, Md.-based trucking company whose tanker leaked sticky black goo onto the Pennsylvania Turnpike in November says in court filings that its $1 million policy likely won’t be enough to cover roughly 1,000 claims for damaged vehicles.
Most Maryland homeowners aren’t likely to be covered for earthquake damage under their homeowner’s policies.