New apps are helping track how much time you’re actually on your phone, and enable you to set limits.
Nature’s Variety became aware of a potential issue after a routine surveillance sample tested positive for Salmonella.
Someone falls victim to identity fraud every two seconds, according to a recent study, and often, it’s without the victim’s knowledge.
Programs often give patrons three options, sometimes pressuring people to leave a higher amount for their server.
Night lights, motorized stair lifts and motion sensor trash cans are being pulled from shelves this week.
The recall was issued just days after two hackers detailed how they were able to take control of a Jeep Cherokee SUV over the Internet.
More than 6,400 Americans say they were scammed after visiting online dating sites, according to the FBI.
Consumer Reports recently tested sunscreens and found that 11 products did not meet their SPF claims.
MTY Paving is accused, in some cases, of driving homeowners to drain their life savings to pay for their newly paved driveways.
IKEA is recalling 27 million products because they can reportedly tip over and crush children if they aren’t properly anchored to the wall.
To avoid phishing scams, you have to know what to look for.
New testing revealed that not every sunscreen is living up to its SPF claims.
Cribs, cameras and kitchen appliances have been recalled due to reported safety risks.
Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan shows you the unexpected dangers summer can bring and how you can protect your family.
Aspen Foods is recalling nearly two million pounds of chicken products that may be contaminated with salmonella.
If you’re buying a new car, you most likely aren’t checking for a spare tire, but you may want to take a peek in the trunk before you get st…