There’s a new, dark side to Facebook and it could put you at risk of losing your money, reputation and even a friendship.
In a recent survey, Consumer Reports asked 1,000 people about their shipping gripes and has some tips to help your boxes reach their destinations.
For many families, gathering around a crackling fireplace is a holiday tradition. But, you need to take the proper precautions.
Bright colors, yummy smells and shiny decorations can make the holiday season magical.
Walmart and Target are known for value, but a good price is only key if you’re getting a good product.
Consumer Reports has issued new guidelines for limits on how much rice you and your children should eat.
An investigation by Consumer Reports has discovered that a Chinese company may be selling counterfeit tires in the US under a brand name that consumers trust.
Consumer Reports has just tested more than two dozen space heaters and says if you have an older one, consider replacing it.
Updating your kitchen countertops with the latest look might seem like a great and relatively easy remodeling project.
It seems like science fiction, or something out of the movies. Being able to read someone’s mind is happening for real, right here in Pittsburgh.
Beaver Falls Fire Chief Mark Stowe and his department, along the with Chippewa Fire Department, helped KDKA burn down a house to demonstrate the one thing you should always do before you go to bed at night.
From the moment they wake up, kids are surrounded by screens. Now, many parents are worried about how that screen time might impair their child’s vision.
When you know what to look for and take the proper precautions, lead poisoning is 100 percent preventable. Unfortunately, thousands of kids are still getting sick.
We’re dependent on Wi-Fi to access the Internet in different parts of our homes. But, too often service is sluggish or there are dead zones. Now, Consumer Reports has advice to help improve Wi-Fi in your house.
When the weather is crisp, leaves are falling, and football is on TV, it can be easy to ignore fall chores. But, if you want to stay cozy and avoid costly problems this winter, you better get to work.