Consumer Reports: How To Avoid Surprise ER BillsA potentially lifesaving trip to an emergency room could result in exorbitant and unexpected bills even if you have insurance.
Consumer Reports: Reducing Concert Ticket WoesGetting affordable tickets to the hottest shows in town can seem impossible. Not only are tickets expensive, many shows sell out quickly.
Angie's List: Gutter Guard System Eliminates Hassle Of Falling LeavesFall is here and the falling leaves may be fun for the kids, but they can wreak havoc on your home’s gutters.
Consumer Reports: 4 Steps To Protect Privacy OnlineWhenever you go online, your every move is being tracked. And you have no idea what happens to all that information.
Stanley Cup Pays Special Visit To Seneca Valley StudentsSome students in the Seneca Valley School District got a very special surprise today - the chance to see the Stanley Cup in person.
Angie's List: Pergolas Praised As Smart And Stylish Patio FeatureWhat makes a pergola “smart” and why are they so hot?
Angie's List: How To Hire The Right Interior DesignerAn interior designer can keep you from regretting the colors you combined or the new flooring that doesn’t stand up to the traffic.
Angie’s List: Tips For Showing Your Home To Potential BuyersThe housing market is heating up again, which is great for anyone who's had the "for sale" sign out a while. But with this good news comes the need to be ready to show your house on a moment's notice.
Mylan CEO Defends EpiPen Price Hike Against Bipartisan AttackThe Mylan CEO faced tough words from members of a congressional investigations committee Wednesday.
Susan Koeppen's Lucky Dress To Be Auctioned Off For CharityIt was the lucky dress that helped bring the Stanley Cup back to Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Consumer Reports: Formaldehyde In Flooring, Other Household ItemsLaminate flooring is less expensive than solid wood, but there have been concerns that it emits formaldehyde.
Angie's List: Smart Homes Have Technology Ranging From Practical To 'Wow'From door locks you open with your phone to refrigerators that tell you when you need more eggs, smart home technology ranges from practical to “wow.”