A growing number of homeowners who refinance their mortgages are choosing 15-year loans over 30-year loans.
A Consumer Reports national survey looked at the shopping trends of Americans. It found consumer confidence is back and people are spending more.
Seafood is good food. We all know that.
Consumer Reports explains the potential hazards in some paper used for receipts. It could contain the chemical BPA.
It sounds so simple – take a supplement and boost your memory. If only it were so easy to stay mentally sharp.
Consumer Reports applies some machine pressure on the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and comparable competitors to see how much it takes to get them to bend. And, whether the bending point indicates a significant design flaw.
The CEO of Seattle-based nail polish and beauty product company Julep - says she had no idea her customers had taken their complaints to the Better Business Bureau until the bureau issued a news release this week. Jane Park insists Julep is not a company that would intentionally ignore its customers and the issues that prompted the complaints have been addressed.
Consumer Reports tested two dozen brands of windows to see how well they stand up to the elements.
You can't avoid it. Sooner or later – whether they steal your wallet, secretly swipe your card or hack a database – a crook is going to get your credit or debit card number. Chances are this has already happened to you – maybe more than once.
Consumer Reports tests more than 40 portable generators to find the best performers.
Home canning "newbies" are learning the hard way about the importance of having the right directions when you're making jams and jellies. Case in point, this summer's instruction mix-up involving Sure-Jell Premium Fruit Pectin, one of the most popular brands of natural thickener for making jelly and jam.
Consumer Reports reviews the pitfalls that can come with some college bank cards. High fees are a big concern.
Consumer Reports offers advice for getting rid of old clothes, furniture and other things when you're doing your annual cleaning or moving someplace new.
You can wear them on your wrist, on your neck, and even on your face. They can help you check your e-mail, check your pulse, and check directions. They're wearable technology, and they're gaining in popularity. Wearable tech is still very new, but Consumer Reports thinks it's going to take off. A lot of big companies are jumping in the game, such as Samsung, LG, Motorola, and maybe even Apple.
Consumer Reports reviews over the counter medicine and explains the safest way to remove lice.