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  • US loosens embargo on Cuba, making trade and travel easier

    The Obama administration is putting a large dent in the U.S. embargo against Cuba as of Friday, significantly loosening restrictions on American trade and investment. The new rules also open up the communist island to greater American travel and allow...
  • Ask Kim: when to sign up for Medicare

    I will be 65 soon. When should I sign up for Medicare? You can enroll in Medicare as early as three months before the month you turn 65 and up to three months after the month you turn 65. It's best to sign up before your 65th birthday so that you can...
  • Fewer Americans delayed needed medical care in 2014, survey says

    Fewer Americans delayed needed medical care in 2014, survey says
    The number of Americans who put off needed medical care fell substantially last year, according to a new survey that provides one of the fullest pictures of how the federal health law may be improving not only insurance coverage but also access to...
  • Quake insurance is needed both for the association and condos

    Question: As a board of directors, we investigated various earthquake insurance policies and found that a policy with a 20% deductible amounts to about $16,000 annually in premiums. That increases our monthly dues by at least $70. The board proposes to...
  • With Feb. 15 insurance deadline looming, Enroll Lake County can help

    With Feb. 15 insurance deadline looming, Enroll Lake County can help
    Last year, the Enroll Lake County program headed up an all-out informational blitz to help uninsured Lake County residents become insured through the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace. While almost 13,000 residents were enrolled in Lake County last...
  • Biz News

    Newport fitness studio celebrates anniversary The Dailey Method fitness studio at 200 Newport Center Drive in Newport Beach will celebrate its first anniversary with a party from 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday and free classes all weekend. The free classes...
  • Little fuss as businesses comply with new mandate

    Little fuss as businesses comply with new mandate
    After years of heartache and hand-wringing, the Affordable Care Act's infamous employer mandate has become reality with hardly a whimper. "We got it all together, and we moved on," said Jim Fris, chief operating officer of PJW Restaurant Group, the...
  • Income expected to rise in 2015, while some costs fall

    Income expected to rise in 2015, while some costs fall
    You might find a little more cash in your wallet this year — possibly from a raise, but certainly from lower costs. An improving economy could lead to higher pay in a year when gasoline, electricity and property insurance all will cost less,...
  • Retiring US Sen. Jay Rockefeller says he 'could not imagine a more rewarding career'

    Sen. Jay Rockefeller and West Virginia were an odd mix at first — a Harvard-educated native New Yorker from one of the nation's richest families arriving in one of the poorest states. Through a half century of public service, he made it work. And...
  • Another drug is approved to help the obese

    The Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug that may be help some of the millions of Americans resolving to lose weight this year. The daily injectable drug, liraglutide, is part of a new class of diabetes medicines that prompt the pancreas to...
  • Some forced to buy on health insurance exchanges for the first time

    Some forced to buy on health insurance exchanges for the first time
    The outrage was swift and loud. Millions of people were feared to be in danger of losing their health insurance last year because their plans did not comply with the Affordable Care Act. To keep people covered and quell consumer anger, President Barack...