How home insurers are trying to bully California politicians into a disastrous bailout

Insurance companies collected more than $150 billion in premiums from California homeowners over the last 25 years and enjoyed profits at four times the national average. Now they’re demanding an unprecedented bailout from the California Legislature as the price of continuing to do business here in the wake of wildfire losses.

Airtechs HVAC stresses the importance of Summer HVAC repairs in Hemet, CA

As temperatures soar and residents across Hemet and the neighboring cities rely more heavily on their air conditioning units, Airtechs HVAC emphasizes the importance of keeping AC systems in peak working condition. This summer, the well-known HVAC company is shining a spotlight on their comprehensive repair services for homes and businesses throughout the region.

US sues SpaceX for alleged hiring discrimination against refugees and others

The U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday sued SpaceX, the rocket company founded and run by Elon Musk, for alleged hiring discrimination against refugees and people granted asylum.

Hilary flooded your home. Will insurance cover the damage?

Whether you hunkered down or evacuated during the first tropical storm in Southern California in 84 years, you’re probably starting now to assess the damage Hilary left behind over the weekend.

There’s a Growing Split in the Middle of the Economic Distribution for Americans Nearing Retirement Age

A study by health policy researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and University of Southern California projects that the expected health and economic well-being of Americans nearing retirement age in the lower half of the economic distribution today is no better than that of their counterparts more than two decades ago.