In addition to friends and relatives on our holiday gift lists, don't forget those family members who might have chewed up all of last year's presents.
Before you buy a new car, you want to make sure you'll be happy with it.
Technology shows up in the strangest places.
In a recent survey, Consumer Reports asked one thousand people about their shipping gripes and has tips to help your boxes reach their destinations.
Electronic tablets for kids are likely to be a hot gift this holiday season.
For kids, electronic toys are a favorite gift.
How can you determine if a charity is worthy of your hard-earned dollars? Consumer Reports has important advice.
Consumer Reports warns that people often unwittingly give up their right to sue by agreeing in advance to submit any dispute to binding arbitration. And that can be a raw deal.
Stick vacuums weigh less than ten pounds and many cost under a hundred dollars. Some new ones promise to be better cleaners, but also cost a lot more money. Consumer Reports put them to the test to let us know if they're worth it.
Buying a turkey with a pop-up timer means one less thing to worry about when pulling together your Thanksgiving meal. But you'll want to hear what Consumer Reports found when it tested pop-up timers to see how accurate they really are.
Each year cars hit and kill over 4,000 pedestrians, and tens of thousands more are injured.
Tires from China can cost far less than better-known brands. Consumer Reports included several in recent tests to see how they compare.
The controversy is growing over whether foods should be labeled if they contain GMOs - genetically modified organisms.
Consumer Reports has advice to help improve Wi-Fi in your house.
We're spending more than ever at outlet malls.
Now there's an emerging class of computers that combines a laptop and a tablet. Consumer Reports checked to see whether they're worth considering.
Consumer Reports tests juicers to find the best.
With flu season around the corner, Consumer Reports says it's best to get vaccinated as early as possible.
Consumer Reports says you might be able to get your car fixed for free -- if you know the secret.
Can you really get where you want to go using your frequent-flyer miles?