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Consumer Reports 2016 Top Picks for cars represent the best of the best of the 260 vehicles recently tested in 10 categories.
A modern fridge may have more doors, drawers and displays than the Millennium Falcon, but how many of those bells and whistles do you really need?
Susan Koeppen breaks down the online dating trend and reveals what most people are doing wrong.
Home appliance industry experts say they get extra busy with oven repairs this time of the year, but you can avoid being the one making their phones ring by following a few simple, but insightful tips.
If you’re planning to sell your home this year, you might want to hurry. That’s right. It could be easier to sell your home in the winter rather than the spring, summer or fall.
Data suggests that nine-months after a Super Bowl victory winning cities see a rise in births, that’s according to a new commercial from the NFL.
Consumer Reports has advice on buying scales and recently tested six that measure not only weight, but also things like body mass index and fat.
Our winter weather may have you planning a quick getaway to someplace warm, but how do you know if you’re getting the best deal on airfare and accommodations?
Consumer Reports says if you’re paying more than $50 per phone line each month, it may be time to rustle up a better deal.
Most people wouldn’t dream of buying a home without first having it inspected, but how can you tell a good home inspector from a bad one?
A local girl has big dreams of making it to New York City one day.
With everyone making New Year’s resolutions, sales of exercise equipment peak this time of year. But, ellipticals and treadmills cost thousands of dollars, so you want to be sure to get a good machine.
Some major restaurant chains have already announced they’ll stop using meat that’s been treated with antibiotics.
Angie’s List has expert advice for the high percentage of Americans over the age of 34 who have yet to make a will.
Some Americans are seeing their drug prices skyrocket, but you may be able to save money if you change where you shop for your prescriptions.