It seems so unfair. You’re most likely to get hit with a big medical expense your insurance won’t cover when you’re most powerless to do anything to avoid it.
“Never put off for tomorrow, what you can do today.” That notion, attributed to Thomas Jefferson, is doubly true if tomorrow’s forecast calls for a winter storm.
Remember the optimism and enthusiasm you felt on Jan. 1.? The incredible motivation you had to make this the year you'll finally lose the extra weight, exercise more, get healthier or .
Trying to name the healthiest vegetable is like trying to choose a favorite child. They're all wonderful.
The National Academy of Sciences has just completed one of the most comprehensive reviews ever done of marijuana research.
It's time to treat your online accounts, laptops, and phones the way you handle a garage or a closet.
Amazon Prime loyalists and fans of the company's Alexa digital assistant will find a lot to like about the newly launched Amazon Prime Rewards Signature Visa card.
One of the most common questions we hear from consumers is, which cars and car seats will make it easy for me to secure three child seats across the rear seat of my car?
Gift cards can be great to receive but they may also present you with a host of unexpected problems. If you received gift cards over the holidays, here are some steps you can take to minimize potential hassles.
For the second time in one week federal authorities have taken the rare step of bringing criminal charges against auto industry executives for alleged wrongdoing.
If your healthcare costs are ballooning, you have plenty of company. About 25 percent of Americans reported having trouble paying their medical bills in the past year, according to a survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation and the New York Times.
Last fall, Tesla announced that it would soon be pulling the plug on the totally free use of its Supercharger stations, giving prospective Tesla buyers until Jan.
Consumer Reports has just added 21 new mattresses to its ratings, bringing the total to just over 90.
CVS pharmacies around the U.S. are now offering generic Adrenaclick—the cheaper alternative to EpiPen—for just $110 per two-pack.
The January white sales are on, and we don't mean shopping for towels and sheets. Web searches for "wedding dress" and "wedding gown" tend to climb in January, which means lots of future brides are now shopping for a wedding dress.
Consumer Reports has now finished retesting the battery life on Apple's new MacBook Pro laptops, and our results show that a software update released by Apple on January 9 fixed problems we’d encountered in earlier testing.
When was the last time you took a close look at your expenses? If it’s been a while, the new year is a good time to figure out whether you’re wasting money on things you don't really need—or may be overlooking.
Much of what's on display this week at the NAHB International Builders’ Show in Orlando is big and bold, like the refrigerator and freezer columns that span 6 feet, looking more like a walk-in closet than a place to store food.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles became the latest auto giant to be accused of cheating on diesel emissions tests, allegedly using a method very similar to what Volkswagen has admitted doing in its multi-billion dollar settlements.
If it’s been some time since you shopped for a treadmill or elliptical, you’ll find that while most machines look familiar, plenty has changed.