The study found insomniacs’ brains are different, and those differences may help doctors treat the condition more successfully.
You may think of shopping at a flea market or garage sale when you think of haggling, but the age-old retail strategy is back — and now you can use it at major department stores.
You probably came home to some today, an endless stream of catalogs, and ads frequently referred to as junk mail.
Upcoming ATM upgrades will allow you to do everything from apply for a loan, to planning your retirement.
Bogus beauty products may be harmful to your health and they’re being peddled to unsuspecting shoppers online.
Last summer, hundreds of people in 15 states — including New York, New Jersey and Connecticut — got food poisoning from bagged salad mixes that were contaminated with the parasite cyclospora.
A seven-year-old boy disappeared never to be heard from again but his family refused to stop looking for him.
An Upper East Side synagogue is using new facial recognition technology in an effort to increase its security.
Running out of gas can be a frustrating and scary experiences. It’s one of the top reasons people get stranded according to the Automobile Association of America.
Shirley Temple, the dimpled, curly-haired child star who sang, danced, sobbed and grinned her way into the hearts of Depression-era moviegoers, has died, according to publicist Cheryl Kagan. She was 85.
More and more businesses are allowing their employees to take weeks, months, even an entire year off from work while still keeping their jobs.
The licensing systems used in many states are so outdated that they don’t allow names that have an apostrophe or hyphenations
High-end, luxury pawn shops are popping up all over, offering loans on some very pricey items.
A new device called Drybox is designed specifically to save gadgets that get wet.
But sometimes, one partner can dominate financial decisions, even becoming a bully who dictates when and where his or her spouse spends money.