For a lot of people, shopping means having to make too many decisions. But not anymore.
Free Wi-Fi can be found everywhere, from the airport to public parks, and even coffee shops.
The car service app Uber Technologies announced pans Tuedsay Tuesday to cut its prices temporarily in New York City, so as to make its service cheaper than a yellow cab.
Some insurance companies participating in New York’s health care exchange want to jack up rates, raising new fears about the cost of medical insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
Stuart Kritz’s plane was stuck on the tarmac for two hours and he arrived in Phoenix five hours late. But he was paid for his delay.
While many will flock to the beach, retailers want people to head indoors this holiday weekend, so “sale” signs are popping up everywhere.
Graco Children’s Products is recalling 1.9 million infant car seats, agreeing to government demands in what is now the largest seat recall in American history.
The 5-4 ruling in the so-called “Hobby Lobby” case upheld the right of the Oklahoma-based Hobby Lobby craft stores — 600 nationwide — to opt out of a provision of Obamacare that mandates free birth control.
“The experiment manipulated the extent to which [689,003 people] were exposed to emotional expressions in their News Feed,” the authors wrote.
AAA predicts about 35 million Americans will hit the road for the Fourth of July holiday, the most since 2007.
Exhibitors have come from around the world to the tri-state area to show New Yorkers what’s next in the world of food.
Nestle USA is recalling 10,000 cartons of Haagen-Dazs chocolate peanut butter ice cream because the packages are mislabeled.
The father-son team have transformed their old Harlem apartment into a shop specializing in high-end sneakers, making it easier for the two who typically buy and sell online.
A new public service announcement that takes aim at gun safety doesn’t play around.
Guzzlers prevailed Thursday as New York’s highest court refused to reinstate New York City’s ban on the sale of big sodas, ruling that the city’s health department overstepped its bounds.