A mortgage is one of the biggest financial obligations many families have, but almost half of home buyers just take the first one that is offered to them.
A growing body of research shows that fish is brain food. So, can fish prevent Alzheimer's disease?
Consumer Reports' engineers tested hundreds of new cars and chose the best of the best in ten of the most popular categories.
Choosing the right smoke detector for your home can be a lifesaving decision. Consumer Reports looked at which ones are best for handling all types of fires.
Here's some news that should perk you up – if you drink coffee. Coffee is good for you!
Lots of websites promise you a free credit score, but Consumer Reports says they're not all offering the same information.
More than 60 percent of Americans consume at least a cup a day. Consumer Reports looked at what all that coffee is doing for our health.
Many people turn to vitamin C or zinc, but Consumer Reports found they aren't always the most effective option.
More and more children are getting the tests for head injuries, but Consumer Reports says many of those screenings are unnecessary.
You might be tired of your standard treadmill or elliptical workout, but Consumer Reports says there are lots of ways to liven it up.
Some stores are introducing premium brands of paint. Consumer Reports testers found out whether it's worth paying extra for top quality.
When it comes to cutting boards which is the safer choice: plastic or wood? The experts disagree. Some studies favor wood; others point to plastic.
Amazon is introducing its own voice recognition device to compete with Siri and Google Now. Consumer Reports looked at how it compares.
Someone is sending $5 checks in the mail to people around Washington state. But who is it? And who's behind a different mailing offering an interest rate reduction program?
There are lots of home improvements that are perfect for doing yourself. Installing drywall isn't one of them.