Some Instant Pot Models Reportedly Overheating, MeltingInstant Pot is telling owners of the kitchen appliance company's Gem 65 8-in-1 Multicooker to stop using several models of the product.
Hottest New Toy Trends Take Over Javits CenterThe hottest toys are on display for the industry’s best of the best, deciding how to stock their stores ahead of the holiday season.
L.I. State Senator, Victim Team Up To Fight CyberbullyingA Long Island state senator on Friday introduced legislation to combat cyberbullying.
New Jersey Lawmakers Seek More Transparency In Medical BillingLawmakers are looking to protect New Jersey residents from surprise medical bills.
Seen At 11: Artificial Intelligence Helps Retailers Bust Thieves At Self-CheckoutYou already know there are cameras, but new technology is analyzing all of your actions, waiting for a missed item.
Amazon, Warren Buffett, JPMorgan Chase Set To Tackle Health Care CostsThree of corporate America's heaviest hitters — Amazon, Warren Buffett and JPMorgan Chase — sent a shudder through the health industry Tuesday.
Panera Bread Recalling Some Cream Cheese Over Bacteria Concern Panera Bread Co. is voluntarily recalling some cream cheese sold in its U.S. stores because of possible bacterial contamination.
280,000 Baby Rattles Recalled Due To Choking RiskThe Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of VTech's "Shake & Sing Elephant Rattles" on Jan. 25.
One Of The Last Blockbuster Video Stores In The U.S. Is ClosingThe video-renting chain once had about 9,000 stores in the U.S. during the 1990's, but that number reportedly dropped to just 10 by 2017.
WATCH: Nutella Discounts In French Supermarkets Spawn Shopping Free-For-AllSweet-toothed consumers went wild after Intermarche stores began selling 33 ounce jars for just under $2. 
CBS2 Exclusive: Too Good To Be True Prices Might Mean You’re Buying A CounterfeitIf you pay $1,000 for a winter coat, you expect to take home the real thing.
Amazon Shoppers Shocked By Clothing Line With ‘Offensive’ SayingSome Amazon shoppers received an online shock. An offensive piece of clothing being sold by a retailer keeps popping up on screens.

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