Consumer Reports: 34% Of People Surveyed Found At Least 1 Error On Credit ReportA Consumer Reports survey of nearly 6,000 people found more than a third, 34%, had at least one error on their credit report.
Consumer Experts: Fed Up With The Pandemic, Americans Are Launching 'Revenge Spending' KickPent up by COVID-19 lockdowns, a majority of Americans have indicated they will embark on a post-pandemic buying spree.
Beech-Nut Recalls Baby Cereal Over Arsenic ConcernsSamples showed arsenic, which occurs naturally, tested above recommended guidelines.
CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez: Wegovy Weight-Loss Drug Might Just Be The Real DealThe Food and Drug Administration has just approved the first new weight-loss drug in years, which is good news in the American battle of the bulge.
Partnership For New York City Survey Shows Much Higher Number Of Workers Plan To Be Back At Their Desks In SeptemberThere are signs of hope on the road to reopening. A new survey finds more office workers than originally thought are expected to be back in the city this fall.
New York City Council Mulling Bill That Would Allow Restaurant Surcharges To Continue After Pandemic EndsDuring the pandemic you may have noticed an extra service fee added on to your restaurant bill. Those surcharges could be here to stay.
Fisher-Price Baby Soothers Recalled Following 4 Infant DeathsThe Consumer Product Safety Commission says the infants were reportedly placed on their backs, unrestrained, in the soothers but were later found on their stomachs.
Federal Regulators Setting Safety Standards For Infant Sleep Products After Over 100 DeathsThe Consumer Product Safety Commission says the standards will effectively eliminate potentially hazardous sleep products for infants under 5 months old.
Some New Yorkers Say Hacking Of MTA Shows How Vulnerable The City And Riding Public AreFor the first time, the MTA has publicly disclosed details about a cyber attack believed to have links to the Chinese government.
Ride-Share Companies Uber And Lyft Jacking Up Prices In NYC -- And Experts Say It May Get Worse Before It Gets BetterIf you've noticed your Uber or Lyft ride costs more lately, you're not alone. The rideshare companies admit prices have been surging and experts warn this could just be the start.
Online Pharmacy And Lab Says Some Popular Sunscreen Products Contain A Known Cancer-Causing ChemicalWith summer fast approaching, we're reminded to use sunscreen to prevent skin cancer.
New Yorkers Can Now Apply For Rent ReliefRelief could be on the way for lower-income New Yorkers who owe thousands of dollars in back rent. A new program funded with federal COVID-19 relief money came on-line on Tuesday.
New Yorkers Immediately Take Advantage Of Lifted Midnight Curfew For Bars, Restaurants And Comedy ClubsNew York is once again the city that never sleeps. On Monday night, the midnight curfew lifts for bars and restaurants, and comedy clubs are starting to return to full swing.
Brutal Weather Doesn't Dampen The Memorial Day Weekend Spirits Of Many In The Tri-State AreaIt has been a rainy and wet Memorial Day weekend. That means a lot of people in the Tri-State Area have had to alter their plans.
New York City Man's Barbecue Pop-Ups Raising Thousands Of Dollars For NonprofitsA New York City man turned his stress caused by the pandemic into purpose.