Consumer Reports is raising a red flag about a possible health risk with soda.
After fading from popularity decades ago, wallpaper is making a comeback. But it’s nothing like what you remember seeing in your grandma’s kitchen.
Repair or replace? That’s always the question with appliances and electronics when they go on the fritz.
There’s a lot of upkeep owning a home. If you’ve ignored any much-needed repairs, the New Year is a good time to take inventory of what needs attention.
Want a healthy dinner in a snap? What about a microwavable, steam-cooked meal?
No one sets out to hire a bad contractor. And yet, homeowners in the midst of remodeling or building projects do it every day.
Hackers stealing millions of debit and credit card accounts from customers at Target has dominated the headlines. But what happens to all that stolen data?
If you got a new puppy for Christmas — you might be looking for a dog trainer.
Millions of kids got video games this Christmas, but kids aren’t the only ones playing.
This time of year, you need plenty of batteries on hand to power up new toys and other devices. Consumer Reports just tested 15 of the most popular size, double-A’s, and found big differences.
If you eat chicken, a concerning report came out today potential health risks.
Smartphones are getting smarter and smarter and they’ve added a long list of features, like wireless sharing and advanced cameras.
Christmas is supposed to be a time to be merry, but for some, the decorations are making their lives miserable.
Consumer Reports is out with its fourth annual naughty and nice list, highlighting companies with good and bad shopping policies.
Whether your home has suffered a tiny bit of smoke damage or complete fire and water destruction, the cleanup process can leave you overwhelmed.