There are record online orders this holiday season and that could mean your package doesn't get delivered on time or to the right location. Heather Sullivan explains the ways to ensure it does!
The Office of the Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is warning the public of yet another COVID-19-related scam being perpetrated through social media.
For years, the department required airlines to allow animals with passengers who had a doctor’s note saying they needed the animal for emotional support. Airlines believed passengers abused the rule to bring a menagerie of animals on board including cats, turtles, pigs and in one case, a peacock.
A 20-year-old Pokémon card could become the most expensive Pokémon card ever sold, fetching $500,000, British news agency SWNS reports.
As the holiday season gets underway, health experts say to avoid shopping in stores when possible.
“Small Business Saturday” was held nationwide Saturday. The annual event is designed to motivate people to shop at locally-owned businesses following “Black Friday” and ahead of "Cyber Monday."
"My mom said 'please do not wait two days for a PS5 and miss Thanksgiving dinner,'" he told FOX 35 News. "And I said 'I really want a PS5!' So I ended up still doing it."
If you're shopping online this holiday season, you might find hot gifts, such as gaming consoles, selling out fast or the prices are sky high.
As consumers deal with a shortage of supplies for Sony's PlayStation 5, the Japanese tech giant said it will be releasing more inventory to retailers before the end of the year.
Credit cards reveal yet another example of the “K-shaped recovery” wherein high earners are recuperating, or even increasing their wealth during the economic downturn, and lower income earners are flailing.
Are you about to buy gift cards for your family and friends for the holidays? Many people are this year. And some gift cards can help you save money on holiday spending.
One of the most popular gifts this holiday season will be gift cards because so many people are shopping online.
Just days before Thanksgiving, Sunbeam Products is voluntarily recalling more than 900,000 of its Crock-Pot 6-Quart Express Crock Multi-Cookers for a potential burn hazard.
More and more people are opting to buy smaller turkeys this year as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has the CDC and health experts discouraging travel and large family gatherings.
The products have received 119 reports of lid detachment, resulting in 99 burn injuries ranging in severity from first-degree to third-degree burns.
Before you get on the road for Thanksgiving, no matter what type of vehicle you drive, you should check to see if you have a recalled Takata airbag and have it repaired.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ordered General Motors to recall nearly 6 million pickup trucks over issues with an airbag inflator.
In response, the Gulf Coast Community Services Association offered hands-on help Saturday morning during a drive-through event meant to help clear up confusion and increase participation.
Yelp, the business review site, announced it will post alerts on the pages of businesses accused of racism. Some say it could prevent discrimination, others worry the warnings could be misused.
Companies are offering Black Friday travel deals for trips next year.