Who doesn't need a way to save time today? Once dinnertime rolls around, many cooks count on their food processor to cut prep time.
Con men convinced an elderly Omaha man that he won millions but he had to send them money to win big. Once the scam artists had his phone number they won't stop calling until her answers.
Feeling desperate for a quick and easy way to get a relatively healthy dinner on the table? Consumer Reports says look no further than your supermarket freezer! Its test kitchen found several delicious, healthy choices that will keep your family-and your pocketbook-happy!
With the average price of a new car now close to $30,000, it pays to get a winner. Consumer Reports is just out with its annual report card on the 13 major automakers.
When buying a new car, you usually don't spend much time thinking about the tires. And many of us don't spend much time thinking about them after we buy a car either.
Health insurance companies are charging higher and higher co-pays now top $90 a month. That makes coupons from drug manufacturers enticing, but Consumer Reports has some cautions.
Are you tripping over electronics you no longer use but can't seem to get rid of, like computers, printers, and cell phones?
Safety in the skies begins on the ground, and the FAA is making it easier for employees to report mistakes.
It's tax time again. The last thing you want to worry about is an audit. If you earn less than $200,000 a year, your likelihood of being audited is about one in 100.
Each year, Consumer Reports names Top Pick vehicles-cars that out do all the others in their class. This year, one carmaker is a real standout.
Fees are going up for mortgage loans backed by the Federal Housing Administration.
The Federal Aviation Administration proposes more flying time and tougher rules for pilots of commercial airlines.