Several big name retailers have experienced data breaches in the past year, in which millions of credit card accounts were stolen.
From children's swings to inflatable rubber tubes, the Consumer Product Safety Commission deemed numerous products unsafe for children this …
Home prices aren't making huge gains, but they're on the rise – meaning the housing market is looking bright for this fall.
The makers of Crest toothpaste are making changes to some of its products after a dental hygienist noticed something strange in her patients…
The settlement is part of the third case by the Federal Trade Commission about unauthorized in-app purchases made by children.
The Rhode Island Department of Health has issued a public health advisory.
Some Samsung smartphone owners have been met with a message that keeps them from being able to make a call, take a call, or text.
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg received 125 death claims due to the faulty switches in older-model small cars.
Kidde is recalling 1.2 million smoke and CO detectors because they could fail to alert you in an emergency following a power outage.
On June 8, Kathy was pulling into a parking space in Bristol when she said her Corolla suddenly lurched forward, hitting a parked car.
An old scheme involving technical support for computers is resurfacing, and thousands of unsuspected customers are falling for it.
If you've shopped at Home Depot since April, Rhode Island's attorney general is advising you to watch your credit and debit card accounts.
The packages that are affected are TWIX Brand Unwrapped Bites 7 oz. Stand Up Pouch with the code date: 421BA4GA60
In this day and age it's crucial to be aware of the types of calls our children might receive, and even more important to let them know how …
The chairs have two zippers that can be opened, allowing for children to crawl inside, get trapped, and suffocate or choke on the foam beads…
Approximately 215,000 pairs of the sunglasses were sold nationwide at CVS, K-Mart, Rite-Aid, Walgreens, and other retail stores starting in …