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.
Niagara Bottling issued a voluntary recall over concerns that one of its water sources is contaminated with E. coli.
A lot of people live with pain, from chronic conditions like arthritis or joint pain, or maybe from starting a new exercise.
New York City usually doesn’t evoke images of lush farmland, but one company is looking to change that, and give a whole new meaning to locally grown.
Move over Alexander Hamilton! The $10 bill will soon feature a woman, the U.S. Treasury Department announced Wednesday night.
Before booking a flight, many travelers shop around online to find the best deal. However, airlines don’t necessarily want consumers cashing in on sky-high savings.
A trade group of airlines recommended the change to solve a dilemma: passengers shut out of overhead space on crowded planes.
The Health Department will propose all chain restaurants add a symbol resembling a salt shaker on menus next to food products that contain more than the recommended daily limit, the AP reports.
A popular Italian gourmet food market in Manhattan is warning its customers that hackers broke into its credit card system.
Toy Insider Mom Laurie Schacht stopped by the CBS2 studios to show off some of the hot summer toys.
Kelly Lynch, associate legal counsel for the NHL, said the league has seen shoddy knockoffs that simply fall apart and even errors that could make fans look foolish.
White Plains Hospital and several other hospitals in New York state were recently hit with a data breach that occurred through a medical billing company, the hospital announced Tuesday.
New York’s Better Business Burea wants to make sure everyone moving gets a fair deal.