NY AG Schneiderman Discusses Insider Trading Probe Of DraftKings, FanDuelSchneiderman's office is looking into whether employees at DraftKings and FanDuel have an unfair advantage at winning prizes using their companies’ data.
Highchairs Recalled On Reports Kids Fell Off, Chipped TeethSafety 1st said Thursday that it received 11 reports of injuries and 68 reports of children removing the trays.
Seen At 11: Wrinkle Eraser Botox Being Used To Combat Excessive SweatingAs a proven wrinkle eraser, botox is a go-to treatment for many men and women, but there are other uses for the injectible.
Are You Using Expired Makeup? Here's How You Can TellDermatologist Dr. Lisa Hitchins shares her tips on how to tell if your lipstick, mascara, powder and blush are past their expiration date -- and what it means for your health.
1.8 Million Boxes Of Cheerios Recalled After Being Mislabeled As Gluten FreePeople around the country are advised to check their kitchen cabinets, as General Mills has recalled 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios products that were mislabeled as being gluten free.
Attorney General Warns Mets, Yankees Fans To Watch Out For Ticket ScamsIssuing a consumer alert Sunday, Schneiderman said scammers often target major sporting events.
Experts: Target Price-Matching Offer May Not Have Many TakersTarget is hoping to boost its holiday business, announcing it will match the online price of any of its top 30 competitors – including archrival Walmart.
As Deadline Looms, Merchants And Consumers Not Ready For New Chip-Enhanced Credit CardsOnly about a quarter of businesses nationwide have the new machines needed to meet Thursday's deadline and many credit card users don't even have the new cards in their wallets.
Seen At 11: Airline Cost Cuts Could Expose Passengers To Unsanitary ConditionsA meeting of scientists from the American Society of Microbiology revealed that disease-causing bacteria will linger on plane surfaces for up to a week.
Where To Get A Free Cup Of Coffee On National Coffee DayCoffee lovers, rejoice! Your day is here. Tuesday is National Coffee Day.
Volkswagen CEO Steps Down Amid US Emissions-Rigging ScandalIn a statement, Winterkorn said he took responsibility for the "irregularities'' found in diesel engines but that he was "not aware of any wrongdoing on my part.''
N.Y. Attorney General's Office Joins Volkswagen Emissions Cheating ProbeNew York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Tuesday that his office will join investigations of Volkswagen following reports about how the automaker installed software in cars to cheat emissions tests.