A measure introduced in the U.S. Senate would require states to ban texting while driving or risk losing highway funding.
Twenty million students risk back pain by lugging around twice the recommended weight in their backpacks. Consumer Reports has some recommendations.
With the economy in a slump, companies are offering more rebates to try and boost sales. Consumer Reports survey reveals a staggering amount of mail-in rebates go unclaimed.
Ads for reverse mortgages sound pretty enticing. Use the equity in your home to pay off debts or make a big purchase.
Bringing up a baby can be expensive, especially with your first child. Take strollers. Some go for nearly a thousand dollars.
There's new, greener nonstick cookware. How good is it? Consumer Reports just tested to get to the bottom of this.
More consumers are starting to ask themselves-"Why rent when you can buy?"
When it comes to cleaning your dishes, there are more phosphate-free dishwashing detergents being sold these days. Consumer Reports' latest tests show many can't deliver a mean clean.
More and more travel Web sites offer "price guarantees." They tout that if you find a lower price, you'll get a refund.
When it comes to replacing floors in your home, sales of bamboo floors are on the rise. But how do they stack up against oak floors, the most popular flooring?
An estimated million-and-a-half people had laser eye surgery to correct their vision last year, a procedure often not covered by insurance.