Does a television bearing a logo that says "Netflix Recommended TV" have better smart TV performance than sets that don't?
Samsung has millions of recalled Note7 smartphones sitting around gathering dust (and hopefully not exploding), and now the company says it may sell refurbished versions of the device (which, again, hopefully won't explode), but that it won't be selling these recycled products in the U.S.
Some online user reviews lament a grill's short life with comments like "Great while it lasts!" So for the first time, Consumer Reports surveyed nearly 16,000 subscribers to learn what they had to say about the reliability of the gas grill brands they bought.
For cleaning walkways and sidewalks and stripping old paint from a deck, nothing compares to a pressure washer.
The Chevrolet Malibu delivers much substance beyond its shapely styling, from the quiet cabin and generous backseat to the comfortable ride and undaunting controls.
Taking steps to become more flexible may not be your—or your doctor's—top health concern. But you'll benefit in several important ways by adding some quick stretches to your week.
Thinking about how to sell your house while minimizing the cost? One way is to eliminate the real estate agent from the picture.
More than one-third of Americans use generic drug discount programs, which offer medication at low prices.
On pancakes, waffles, oatmeal and more, Americans love maple syrup. In 2015, 3.4 million gallons of the sweet stuff were produced in the U.S.
All the concerns about what would happen if GOP plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act became law have been replaced by a new one: What happens now that Republicans have scrapped the legislation after failing to get the votes they needed?
These days it's easy to find low-cost headphones in a broad range of styles and colors. But what distinguishes the models on our list of the best headphones for less than $100 is that they also deliver very good sound.
Even though the GOP for the second day in row decided against putting its health insurance plan up for a vote in the House, major changes to health insurance already are afoot.
In San Diego the program that gives you a discounted electric mower for your old gas guzzler is so popular that the county prohibits residents from camping out overnight to get a prime place in line.
Once upon a time, the only way to master the fine art of video editing was to pack your things and move to Hollywood.
Exercise is considered essential for any heart attack recovery, as well as for anyone who's had heart surgery or has congestive heart failure.
The new, tidier proportioned 2018 Chevrolet Equinox aims straight at the white-hot small-SUV segment.
Apple created a stir this week by introducing a 9.7-inch iPad with an entry-level price of just $329.
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Even though House Speaker Paul Ryan was forced Thursday to delay the vote on legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, major changes to health insurance already are afoot.
The Senate Thursday voted to roll back the Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) broadband privacy rules designed to give consumers greater control over how internet service providers (ISPs) collect, share, and sell personal information. The rules, scheduled to go into effect later this year, would require ISPs to get consumers' permission before using "sensitive" information for commercial purposes.