GE Appliances has issued a recall of more than 222,000 top-loading washing machines sold in the United States and Canada.
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The American Automobile Association has a message for America’s drivers: Stop wasting money on premium gasoline if your car doesn’t need it!
We recently covered the issue of Egyptian cotton after Welspun India was accused of passing off inferior sheets and towels as premium Egyptian cotton.
Thinking about selling or recycling your old cellphone or computer? Then you want to make sure that you wipe it clean to reduce the risk of your personal data falling into the wrong hands.
But it turns out that deleting your personal data is much harder than you think – just hitting the delete button won't...
Congress may finally be stepping up to Big Pharma thanks to the controversy surrounding Mylan Pharmaceuticals’ Epi-Pen. New legislation was introduced last week meant to address skyrocketing drug prices by requiring more transparency.
A new study shows traffic jams aren’t just a waste of time, they’re also a waste of money.
Three plaintiffs have filed the first lawsuit against Wells Fargo following the news that bank employees opened at least two million unauthorized customer accounts.
Consumers may soon be facing shortages and rising prices at gas stations along the East Coast. This after a crucial pipeline was shut down after a leak caused a spill of roughly 250,000 gallons.
General Mills says its Nature Valley bars are “Made with 100% Natural-Whole-Grain Oats.” But a new class action lawsuit alleges that the statement is deceiving and says the products aren’t as natural as their labels say they are.
If you’re a foodie, truffles may seem the pinnacle of culinary decadence. Not only are they supposed to add rich, earthy flavors to dishes, they are amongst the most expensive foods in the world. In fact, Italy’s rare and prized white truffle actually is the most expensive food in the world.