CertifID's 2024 State of Wire Fraud report released Tuesday found that 1 in 20 Americans who bought or sold a home within the past three years have been victims of some type of real estate fraud.
Despite the closures, Bloomin’ Brands said it plans to invest $20 million into advertising.
The new flip phone, inspired by the popular toy brand, is scheduled for release this summer.
The FTC sued to block a proposed merger between grocery giants Kroger and Albertsons, saying the $24.6 billion deal would eliminate competition and lead to higher prices for millions of Americans.
The changes will impact some wireless plans, and here's what you may see on your next monthly bill.
Buffalo Wild Wings is offering free wings today in the U.S. because the Super Bowl went into overtime. Here’s how to get your order.
AT&T is offering $5 account credits for some customers after last week's outage. Here's how it works.
Water beads are known as a sensory toy and "kids love to squeeze them, but this is a very dangerous product if it gets in their mouth."
United Airlines announced Friday it is raising baggage fees, following a similar move earlier this week by American Airlines and JetBlue.
A new report finds that fees for checked bags first started as an economic necessity for airlines seeking relief from high fuel prices during the oil shock of 2007-2008.
The Plaza hotel in New York City has hosted celebrities like Tommy Hilfiger and Frank Lloyd Wright.
The FDA says using these devices can result in inaccurate measurements of blood glucose levels.
Nearly 60,000 gun safes have been recalled because the biometric locks can fail, "posing a serious injury hazard and risk of death if the safe is used to store firearms."
AT&T’s network outage left tens of thousands unable to call, text, and access the internet for hours. Here’s how AT&T and U.S. government officials responded.
AT&T said it will continue to assess what caused the outage.
More than 40 million Americans receive assistance to buy their groceries through the federal program SNAP.
Thursday's AT&T outage has been fixed, but it's important to know for next time: Can you still make and receive calls? Can you still tap to pay? Here’s what to know.
An AT&T cell phone outage impacted customers across the U.S. on Thursday, leaving many unable to make calls or send text messages for hours. Service was back online by mid-afternoon.
The recall applies to Tundra, Sequoia and Lexus LX600 vehicles made between 2022 and 2024.
Change Healthcare said it became aware of the "outside threat" on Wednesday morning, disconnecting their systems for security purposes.