Many shoppers are making a plan of attack for Black Friday, but you might not want to wait.
New York City Consumer Affairs Commissioner Julie Menin said scammers can be more active during the holiday shopping season.
As the holiday shopping season kicks off, a warning you’ve heard over and over again is resurfacing: Protect your personal information.
We all know texting while driving is risky business, and now, technology once reserved for the cockpit is making its way onto the dashboard.
Thanks in part to heroines like Katniss in “The Hunger Games,” a new trend in toys for girls has emerged. Move over Barbie. There’s a new gal on the shelves.
Shopping safety is not always the first thing on people’s minds when they head to the mall, but your holiday wish list could make you a target.
Two-thirds of American consumers plan to hit the stores next week for Black Friday with one mission — big savings. But that’s not the only thing that compels them to hit the stores.
Pointing to reports of incidents in regions outside the current air bag recall areas, the Connecticut Democrat said the evidence points to the need for nationwide action.
You better think twice the next time you look at your smartphone, because you could be doing some serious damage to your spine.
The cold and flu season has arrived, but now there is a product that claims to help fight the flu in style.
A brand new delivery service could make the holiday shopping season a little easier.
It could happen to anyone; you’re driving along and suddenly your tire gets a puncture.
Some passengers stranded for hours on a freezing subway train during a 2010 blizzard are getting $2,500 from New York City’s transit agency.
Old Navy has admitted that it is charging more for plus-sized clothing for women, but not for men.
The ship can hold some 5,000 passengers, it took just over a week to make the trip from Southampton to Bayonne and will be in the New York area for the next 6 months.