More than one in four Americans said that Eleanor Roosevelt should be the woman featured on the U.S. Treasury Department’s redesigned $10, according to a new Marist poll.
For spring 2016, expect color, neutrals, flats and stilettos — something for every taste and style.
A Queens family was ready to celebrate their daughter’s fourth birthday by moving into their first home.
A New Jersey pool has been closed to kids during the hottest stretch of the summer, and parents want to know why.
Some major retailers are now offering registries for college students stocking up on supplies ahead of the school year.
Tripadvisor.com, the travel website, analyzed thousands of reviews and came up with its list of top pizza places and top pizza cities in the United States.
Earlier this month, Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) called on online retailers to to stop selling the cases, calling them “a disaster waiting to happen.”
Paul, from Red Bank, said he might consider renting his car, but with certain stipulations.
UPPAbaby is recalling 71,000 strollers and rumble seats because of a choking hazard, saying children could bite off a piece of the stroller’s foam crossbar, according to federal regulators.
The latest beauty trend doesn’t involve lasers or injections or anything that you put on your skin.
All transactions are completed through the app, which means you never need cash to drop off your car, pick it up or tip your valet.
Some Citibank customers say finding a neighborhood branch is nearly impossible.
A state appeals court has given a green light to the red light district, turning aside New York City’s desire to further restrict its racy adult establishments.
Grocery store operator A&P is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy with plans to sell off stores as it faces increasingly tough competition.
No one wants to get that call from a bill collector looking for money. It can be frightening and intimidating. But there are actually collectors out there who are calling to get you out of debt.