You know that overwhelming chemical smell that seeps out when you open a brand new plastic shower curtain package? That funky smell is the polyvinyl chloride that it's made from. It is a significant source of phthalates exposure and the EPA says it can cause nausea and headaches and may be cancer-causing over time. We more products that you may decide are just not worth it.
If you're looking at airlines for a summer vacation, Consumer Reports flies through its latest investigation on which airlines will get you to your destination hassle free.
Food bloggers launch campaign against dyes in Kraft products.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc is considering a radical plan to have store customers deliver packages to online buyers, a new twist on speedier delivery services that the company hopes will enable it to better compete with Amazon.com Inc.
Vermont Teddy Bear is offering a $30,000 bear, complete with a diamond ring.
Last summer's drought has come home to roost in the price you'll be paying for those Super Bowl party chicken wings.
Stuck in a car lease?
New regulations pull the plug on the 75-watt incandescent light bulb.
On Monday, a federal rule change takes effect that could eventually force you to rent more cable boxes.
Nearly 20-thousand cars are being recalled over concerns of defective headlights.
Should you buy that extended warranty offered at checkout?
So, you're getting a smartphone for a loved one for Christmas? You'll want to get the best coverage. Here's what you need to know.
Fancy a $7 cup of Starbucks?
The biggest online shopping day of the year is now in sight, and retailers plan to pull out all the stops to get your business.
Infant Tents Under Recall
This holiday season, Americans are expected to spend billions of dollars on gift card purchases.
More than 900-thousand late model Jeep Grand Cherokees and Liberty SUVs are being recalled because of a possible problem with the vehicles' air bags.
Rockers And Gliders Recalled
Nesquik Chocolate Powder Recall