Summer sales tempt us with seemingly too-good-to-be-true bargain prices, but some good deals are really out there.
The Stop & Shop grocery store chain has removed an assortment of stuffed chicken products from its shelves, following a recall by the maker due to concerns about salmonella.
Sales on Fanatics.com, the largest online sports retailer, said after the big win merchandise sale spiked 3,000 percent.
Fairfield-based Arthur Schuman Company said it is pulling 1 1/4 pound tubs, or roughly 30,000 pounds of Bella Rosa Grated Parmesan because it can cause a dangerous reaction to people with egg allergies.
A new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum is all about sneakers. Whether it’s Chuck Taylors or Air Jordans, what you wear on your feet says a lot about you.
Lifestyles expert Gigi Lubin presents some of this season’s must-have items.
The Obama administration is looking into possible coordination among airlines to artificially keep airfares high.
It’s going to cost you a lot of green to buy a home in Manhattan.
In a detailed analysis, AARP accuses the utility of trying to shift certain expenses to ratepayers, many of whom, they claim, cannot afford it.
The Long Island Gasoline Retailers Association’s Kevin Beyer said a company that was running the stations ran into financial problems.
Travel expert Roberta Sighler stopped by the CBS2 studio Saturday to share the most unique hotels for a girls trip this summer.
An allegation lodged by the Department of Consumer Affairs claims that Whole Foods mislabeled weights on pre-packaged foods.
The concern is that the cord can get caught on an object, get drawn out and snap back in someone’s face, causing injury, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Summer is the season for bare arms, but for some women no amount of exercise will help them get those coveted arms, so they are turning to extremes to become armed and fab.
If you love gadgets and electronics the latest and greatest products are being unveiled in Chelsea.