Innovative Products Debuting In 2017 Can Make Life EasierSeveral new products on the market share a common goal: making 2017 "the year of convenience.”
Takata Agrees To Plead Guilty, To Pay $1B For Hiding Air Bag DefectTakata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to a single criminal charge and will pay $1 billion in fines and restitution for concealing a deadly defect in its air bag inflators.
Hostess Issues Recall For Twinkies Over Salmonella ConcernsCheck your pantry if you still have any Christmas treats leftover from the holidays.
Parents, Save Up: Cost Of Raising A Child Is More Than $233KExpecting a baby? Congratulations! Better put plenty of money in your savings account.
Several Factors Could Influence Online Shopping PricesWhen shopping online, the type of computer you have, your internet search history and even your zip code could affect the price you see.
Macy’s Closings Foreshadow Trouble At Some Malls As Consumer Spending ShiftsThis month, it's Macy’s, but hardly a month goes by without some large department store shutting some doors.
Macy's, Sears & Kmart Announce Store Closures, Including Pittsburgh-Area LocationsWestern Pennsylvania will soon be feeling the impact of dozens of store closures announced Wednesday by Macy's, Sears and Kmart.
Consumer Reports: Getting The Most Out Of Retirement FundFees can chip away at your retirement, often costing tens of thousands of dollars.
Consumer Reports: When Medication & Alcohol Don’t MixDrinking even a little alcohol when you’re taking certain prescription and over-the-counter drugs can be a health hazard.
Spiked Seltzer Trend Catching On Across The CountryAlcoholic beverages have moved far beyond beer and wine. For people who are counting calories there's now a new option - spiked seltzer.
Consumer Reports: Avoid Being Stranded With No Spare TireMore than one-third of cars sold from model year 2015 don’t have a spare tire, according to a AAA analysis.
Consumer Reports: Safe Space HeatersSpace heaters can take the chill out of a cooler room, but they can also be dangerous. Consumer Reports’ expert testing revealed heaters that provide both warmth and safety.

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