Looking for a way to improve your selfie game? A stick may be the answer.
One in five Americans have spent $500 or more on a purchase without their partner's knowledge, according to a CreditCards.com.
New Year's resolutions may drive you to try pills, and Americans spend billions of dollars on weight-loss supplements every year.
If you are into saving money, chances are you have an LED bulb somewhere in your residence.
Technology shows up in the strangest places.
What we eat and when we eat are shifting. Now grocers are working to offer the right products at the right price. CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports
It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year but when kids don’t get the gifts they want it could go into meltdown mode.
Consumer Reports and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have found several strollers that could pose a risk of strangulation.
Thanksgiving dinner is done, and now it’s time to shop! Black Friday is the day record numbers of shoppers head to the stores. So here are some tips to get the best bang for your buck.
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.
It's that time of year again ... when thoughts turn from swimming and sunscreen … to school supplies!
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.
When it's time to buy new ink cartridges for your printer, the cost can be a real shock!
Toothpaste can do more than keep your teeth white, and oatmeal isn't just for breakfast. We have some common household products you can put into some interesting and money-saving uses.
But how well do wireless speakers compare to traditional speakers? Take a listen to what Consumer Reports says are the best and worst wireless speakers on the market!
Nothing brings music to life like a set of good speakers.
But how well do wireless speakers compare to traditional speakers?
Take a listen to what Consumer Reports says are the best and worst wireless speakers on the market!
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.