Over-the-range microwaves clear up counter space and look more streamlined in your kitchen. Consumer Reports tested more than 80 to find the best.
Feeding a hungry baby isn't always a picnic, but it shouldn't be dangerous.
Are you brand loyal with your toilet paper? Consumer Reports says you might want to reassess.
How often do you shop at the supermarket?
Toothbrushes - for something so simple, there sure are a lot of choices.
For the second time in three years, Mazda Motor Corp has issued a recall for Mazda6 sedans in North America because of a spider that likes the smell of gasoline and weaves a web that blocks a vent in the engine.
It's a pretty basic concept-you go to the hospital to get well. But unfortunately, a recent study shows far too many people are dying in hospitals after something goes wrong.
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 6.39 million vehicles globally for a variety of problems spanning nearly 30 models in Japan, the U.S., Europe and other places.
Performance tires aren't just for expensive sports cars anymore. Consumer Reports can help you get the right ones.
The average bill for phone, Internet and TV runs more than 150 dollars a month, according to the market research firm, the Mintel Group.
Consumer Reports recently reported that some kinds of caramel color in soft drinks can contain a potential carcinogen. Now it's tested several brands of pancake syrups. The results underscore why consumers should be aware of how much food they eat that lists caramel color on the label.
Looking for the next big thing? More than five million smart watches are forecast to ship this year, according to the research firm Canalys.
Rental websites make it easy to find a vacation home. But make sure you're paying the legitimate owner. In a new type of scam, thieves pose as owners so you pay them instead.
There's a growing problem in our supermarkets - good food gone bad.
Find out which cars Consumer Reports says are the top picks for 2014!
Consumer Reports just tested new free apps designed to keep car accidents from happening.
Is exercising in extreme heat and humidity healthful? Consumer Reports medical experts have a caution.
Consumer Reports put 10 steam-cooked meals to the test from Kashi, Lean Cuisine, Healthy Choice and Marie Callender’s.
Wearing the wrong shoes can lead to life-long deformities that require surgery to fix.
The fast-food you get sometimes doesn't look like the tasty food you saw advertised!
Flushable wipes may not be so flushable after all.
Consumer Reports is testing camera phones to see which ones produce the best pictures!
Consumer Reports put two dozen mattresses through rigorous tests to help you find the right one.
Consumer Reports has new information on what types of products break most often and how to decide whether to fix them or buy new.
Consumer Reports is out with its annual list of Best and Worst New-Car Values!
Before you recycle old electronics, it’s essential to make sure that all your information gets erased!
As holiday shopping and travel season move into full swing, Consumer Reports is out with its fourth annual naughty and nice list.
Consumer Reports and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have found several strollers that could pose a risk of strangulation.
Consumer Reports tested 10 non-isolated headphones costing between 30 and 150 dollars.
A Consumer Reports survey finds more than two-thirds of American adults take a multivitamin or other dietary supplement.
Consumer Reports takes a closer look at downside of foods with added nutrients.
Consumer Reports tested what could be the desk of the future - a treadmill desk. Some people have already made the switch.
There's a revolution in TV display technology! Here's some advice if you, like lots of people, are having trouble sorting it all out.
You probably don't give much thought to your cell phone during an emergency. Consumer Reports has important advice to keep you connected.
Consumer Reports taste-tested a wide variety of store brand foods to see how they stack up against big-name national brands.
It's that time of year again ... when thoughts turn from swimming and sunscreen … to school supplies!
Americans spend over 250 billion dollars a year on prescription drugs... but savvy shopping -- even for those covered by insurance -- can save you plenty.
Consumer Reports' money adviser found some prepaid cards are much better than others.
Consumer Reports just tested more than a dozen frozen pizzas and says there are several good choices -- even one that beat out the big chains!
Most adults don't get enough fiber..... Consumer Reports says one convenient fix is the breakfast cereal you pick.