Trying to get a job? Here’s what recruiters say they hate to see from applicants.
If you're not healthy enough to exercise on land, new research finds the pool is a good alternative.
Some businesses made some insensitive moves during Hurricane Sandy. Customers weren’t amused.
A man in Ohio has an almost-flawless credit score. Here are the three rules he lives by.
If you want to test-drive some IKEA furniture from home – or wherever else you care to – there’s an app for that.
Did you know most Americans can be identified by just their birthday, gender, and zip code?
Hit by the superstorm? Have a mortgage with Freddie Mac? You may get a little relief…
Vets warn candy wrappers and chocolate are dangerous for your furry friends.
Identity theft experts are warning disasters like Superstorm Sandy are a beacon to scammers. Get tips and a free guide to protect yourself.
Your bank may excuse out-of-network ATM fees and late fees if you were affected by Sandy.
Think your spouse is hiding money? A new study says it's not likely, but more common among the young.
A new research study finds high school students who own smartphones are more sexually active, and some use the Internet to arrange trysts.
Halloween parades, parties, and trick-or-treating are being postponed or cancelled in many storm-swept towns, especially in New Jersey. Check on yours before heading out.
Looking for hurricane coverage, where to find shelter, or how to check in with loved ones? Here are some helpful links.
Ever wondered how a scammer's mind works, and what makes them successful? Here's a compelling inside story from someone who worked on 30 different scam operations.
Chase customers in the Northeast may avoid some fees incurred because of the storm.
Even links that seem to link to official government sites may not be safe. Here's why.
When you see a movie, keep one hand in the popcorn and the other on your wallet.
According to Consumer Reports readers, Ford vehicles have had an increasing number of major problems in the past few years.
A clothing store chain has started swapping out cash registers. Payment methods won't change, but some logistical changes might be weird...
A research group looks at the data and says women are buying less lingerie than a year ago.
PayPal and eBay are trying to limit your ability to sue, but you don't have to accept that. Here's how to keep your legal rights.
When you list something on Craigslist, avoid words like “everything to go.”
Own a Kindle? Amazon could wipe out your library without explanation, as one customer just found out. But there's a way to prevent it.
We know engineering majors are among the best paid. What about the worst?
Denny's will soon offer a Hobbit-themed menu as a tie-in to the upcoming movie.
Fake reviewers on Amazon go wild – but these products sort of deserve it.
Black Friday may give Wal-Mart a black eye, since employees are threatening to walk out over pay disputes.
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's – a blogger?
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been busy lately. Here's a round-up of the money they've reclaimed for consumers from unfair credit practices.
New research suggests the month someone was born in may be correlated with their chances of leading a company.
Sneak a peek at for-sale luxury homes across the country.
Researchers have found a new link between sleep deprivation and fat cells.
Forbes has released its annual list of cities with the highest reported rates of violent crimes. Did your hometown make the list?
Crowdsourcing, or getting Internet users to collaborate on a project, is usually a good thing. Except when it gives companies a free product instead of creating a paying job.
If you're clever enough to invent a way to block illegal automatic dialers, the government will give you a fistful of money.
Some schools are offering students grant money and financial education so they can avoid taking on debt (and making the school look bad).