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‘It’s crazy to think hospitals think that’s reasonable’: Parent says she was charged almost $1.5 million for the birth of her triplets

'Most ppl don’t even make that in their entire lives.'

On Jan 19, 2023 by Brooke Sjoberg

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‘Bro got a refund’: Man asks Hinge date to pay him back for Chipotle—because they’re not going on a second date

'I was wondering if maybe I could text you my Venmo and you could just kinda pay me back for that meal.'

On Sep 24, 2022 by Jack Alban

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‘Zero out of 10’: Progressive insurance worker quits—along with nearly half of their training class

'It's not just me, because nearly half the training class I started with is no longer there.'

On Aug 27, 2022 by Braden Bjella

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‘You’re telling me all these people unalive spouses for no reason’: TikToker’s video on using life insurance while still alive goes viral

'My family friend used his to buy acres and build a home.'

On Jun 29, 2022 by Braden Bjella

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‘How about you transfer me over to someone else who isn’t sexist’: Woman says insurance company refused to speak to her without talking to her husband first—even though she’s the primary insured

'They must have literally just seen a man’s name and were like, ‘he must be the primary,’ and put him first.'

On Jun 26, 2022 by Braden Bjella

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Blue Cross Blue Shield called out for refusing to cover man’s assisted eating device

'What is the point of insurance at this point? Who are they helping??'

On Apr 21, 2022 by Jacob Seitz

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‘Best damn lawyers in the game’: Viral TikTok urges Black people to buy life insurance to end wrongful police shootings

He believes insurance companies would find a way to stop the killings.

On Mar 15, 2022 by Claire Goforth

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Insurance won’t cover wheelchair for man with no legs

'Apparently the fact that I have prosthetic legs means I have no need for a wheelchair.'

On Nov 1, 2019 by Alex Dalbey

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Waymo will provide insurance to self-driving car riders

It's free of charge.

On Dec 20, 2017 by Phillip Tracy

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The truth behind Mar-a-Lago’s unpopular flood insurance policy

Some critics see it as advantageous to rich beach-front property owners.

On Sep 9, 2017 by Samantha Grasso

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Donald Trump threatens Congress, insurance companies if new healthcare bill isn’t passed

Here's how Trump could still send the insurance markets into chaos.

On Jul 29, 2017 by Josh Katzowitz

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Republican’s gaffe has people measuring healthcare cost in iPhones

It costs 9 iPhones to have a seizure in Elmhurst, Illinois, and other fun healthcare facts

On Mar 8, 2017 by Anastassia Gliadkovskaya

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Did this Facebook user really not get that Obamacare = Affordable Care Act?

'I'm not on Obamacare... I'm gonna be fine.'

On Jan 11, 2017 by Jay Hathaway

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From insurance to surveillance: Experts debate privacy in the age of Big Data

'Data itself is not bad. It's the use that's bad.'

On Apr 7, 2016 by Eric Geller

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This cancer patient says dealing with his insurance is ‘worse than chemo’

Aaron Bramley wasn't getting results—so he turned to the Internet.

On Feb 29, 2016 by Marisa Kabas