If your kids play sports, your weekends are filled with chauffeuring little athletes, supplying healthy snacks, and of course, the Search for Missing Cleats.
Grilling season can also be “burn season.” Maybe the fat on your rib-eye steak caught on fire, singeing your hand, or you touched the grill cover to see whether it was hot—only to discover that, yes, it was.
Swimming can be a great way to cool off during the summer. And it’s a healthy, low-impact aerobic exercise.
Arlene, Bret, Cindy, Don, Emily. Those are the names slated for this season’s first five Atlantic tropical storms.
Most people know that May 29 is Memorial Day this year. But for parents of college-bound kids, there’s another reason to circle May 29 on your calendar.
Americans like their high-tech driver-assistance features, but more are growing uncomfortable with the concept of giving full control to a self-driving vehicle, a new Massachusetts Institute of Technology study has found.
A much-anticipated analysis of GOP plans to overhaul the Affordable Care Act (ACA) makes it clear that health insurance could change drastically for most people, especially older ones, the sick, and the poor.
A federal appeals court heard arguments Wednesday that could help determine the fate of the embattled Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and its director, Richard Cordray.
If you tote your child from point A to point B in a Graco car seat, listen up: The company has recalled eight different car seat models after finding they may not adequately restrain a child.
You might want to pay attention if you own one of the diesel Ram pickups or Jeep Grand Cherokees at the heart of the federal government’s suit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles that accuses the company of cheating on emissions tests.
SUVs are very versatile vehicles for transporting passengers and cargo, and now you don't have to sacrifice fuel economy to get the space and all-weather traction you want.
Many people think of diet sodas as healthy, low-calorie alternatives to sugary drinks. Yet a small but growing body of evidence suggests that diet sodas may have health downsides and may not even provide the benefits some people turn to them for, such as weight loss.
In case you hadn’t already marked your calendar, Thursday, May 25, is National Wine Day. Before you get too carried away celebrating, there are a few facts you should know about how alcohol consumption (wine or anything else) really affects your health.
If you bought a digital camera in the past decade, chances are it stores its images on an SD—short for Secure Digital—memory card.
New cars are the mercurial media star, spotlighted in exciting sneak peeks, special events, and flashy marketing campaigns.
T-Mobile is once again trying to lure away customers from a bigger wireless provider, this time offering to pay off the remaining iPhone (or Google Pixel) payments for Verizon customers willing to jump ship .
With Memorial Day weekend right around the corner, many Americans will be firing up their backyard grills for the first time this year.
Every year, almost 4 million babies are born in the U.S. That means millions of new—or soon-to-be—parents want to know what to do to encourage the health and safety of their new infants.
President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget blueprint calls for huge reductions to social safety net programs.
An Obama-era rule aimed at protecting retirement savers will go into effect next month in spite of a Trump administration delay that appeared likely to derail it.