Need to get into the holiday spirit? Here is a selection of seasonal television specials on the networks' lineups.
Nearly every day, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issues a recall alert about products that could cause property damage, serious injury and even death. Yet, a joint Problem Solver investigation with ABC News finds most recall warnings never reach consumers.
There's no avoiding the popularity of electronic toys among kids. Consumer Reports identifies options that will keep kids moving and not just staring at a screen.
Several variations of rice and rice products contain concerning levels of arsenic. Consumer Reports used data from the FDA and its own testing to recommend limits for how much rice kids and adults should eat. The testing also indicates the types of rice and other grains with lower levels of arsenic.
A local man is in a quandary - he got a recall notice warning his car could stall and cause a crash with no warning. But the problem is that same notice also said that manufacturer Chrysler Jee doesn't yet have the part to fix the problem.
A lot of home have Wi-Fi dead zones that make it possible to connect to the Internet. Consumer Reports experts explain how to solve the problem.
Next time you go shopping, to a movie, or even for a work out at the gym, assume someone is watching you leave your car. A former identity thief just out of jail is now talking about the tricks she used to commit the crime.
A bow that shoots illuminated arrows its manufacturer says can fly up to 145 feet, and the "Catapencil" — a pencil with a miniature slingshot-style launcher at its erasure end — are among an annual list of unsafe toys released Wednesday.
Consumer Reports has advice on finding fashionable eyeglasses while saving 40 percent. It can happen if you know where to shop.
Now that the furnace is running around the clock, it's time to think about reducing your home heating bills.
Maybe you've considered cleaning the ductwork.
Maybe you've considered cleaning the ductwork.
Consumer Reports tested three Chinese tires that cost much less than name brand tires. While they can be enticing, they wound up at the bottom of the ratings.
The death of a pregnant Malaysian woman in a car crash involving a faulty air bag has led to another U.S. recall, as the auto industry struggles with a widening problem across the globe.
Grocery stores and supermarkets are filled with products that proudly promote that they are Gluten Free. That's a big deal for some people – and nothing more than marketing hype for many others.
Consumer Reports on the popular painkiller that's the most common ingredient in medication in the United States. It's in hundreds of medicines. It's very safe when taken in small doses, but taking too much can lead to liver failure.
Most families need to borrow some money to put their kids through college. The key is to borrow as little as you can and to find the loans with the best terms.
t's always a bit risky joining a dating website. A lawsuit filed by the Federal Trade Commission last week shows one reason why.
Consumer Reports tests the new stick vacuums that promise to work as well regular vacuums.
Consumer Reports looks at those handy pop-up thermometers. Tests show they often overcook or undercook the turkey. Testers offer a better solution.
Seattle law firm Hagens Berman just filed a lawsuit against Honda and parts supplier Takata- over the defective air bags at the heart of a massive safety recall.
Tablets, headphones, speakers and TVs are expected to be among the hottest gifts over the holidays. Consumer Reports reviews the best places to buy them online and at the store.
Promoters of the Catch Caddy tout an ultra-flexible, one-size-fits-all design that fits between the front seats and console of most cars. It resembles a large, open, plastic envelope-style clutch bag without the flap.
Consumer Reports rates the outlet stores and identifies where you can find the best bargains. Consumer Reports also compared what you find at an outlet to what you get at the retail store.
Consumer Reports analyzed more than1,000 private, Medicare and Medicaid health insurance plans ranked by a nonprofit quality measurement and accreditation organization. The article addresses the big questions you need to have answered before making your coverage choices.
Halloween is right around the corner. It's a fun holiday, but often stressful for the family pets. That's why so many dogs and cats run away from home on Halloween.
Consumer Reports tested 26 air purifiers to determine the best and worst machines for getting rid of smoke and dust.
Consumer Reports testers look at the emerging technology and explain the picture improvement it provides from plasmas and LCDs.
Consumer Reports tested more than two dozen space heaters for safety, reliability and affordability.
My Fun Fish tank is billed as "The kid-friendly aquarium that cleans itself like magic!" Adding clean water to the tank automatically siphons water up through a plastic tube that extends from the bottom of the tank out a spout near the top. Dirt collected on the bottom is removed as the fresh water pours in. As the commercial puts it- "The tank is always crystal clear!"