By Stefanie Tuder

Feb 26, 2014 5:29am

Fast Food Breakfast Wars: What’s Your Favorite Morning Meal?

Taco Bell dropped a breakfast bomb on the fast food world this week with its new morning menu announcement — until now, America’s A.M. fast food offerings have been pretty stable. Since the introduction of the Egg McMuffin in 1971, which has long been the… Read More »

Feb 20, 2014 4:46pm

Decorating Tips to Transform Your Place into a Palace

Most people who like to be fresh and fashionable with their wardrobes also like to feel up to date with their homes. But unless you have an unlimited budget and can afford to pay an interior decorator more than $150 per hour, decorating can be time-consuming,… Read More »

Feb 19, 2014 8:35pm

Columbus Has More Fashionable Men Than L.A.

Move over New York and L.A. — the Windy City has the nation’s most fashionable men. Actually, New York City and Los Angeles just barely made the list of American Cities with the Most Fashionable Men from web site, a dating web site for millionaires…. Read More »

By Stefanie Tuder

Feb 18, 2014 3:09pm

Down Syndrome Teen Free Throws His Way to NBA Contract

It’s been a milestone week for Pennsylvania teenager Kevin Grow. It would have been enough that Grow, who has Down syndrome, was given playing time in his high school’s senior night basketball game and scored 14 points with just two minutes left in the game,… Read More »

By ABC News

Feb 6, 2014 6:45pm

Secret Shopping Sites Looking to Put ‘Real Money’ in Your Pocket

ABC News’ Rebecca Jarvis and Eric Noll report: Todd Gibbons may look like an ordinary shopper but he’s not. He walks the aisles of stores, snapping photographs of shampoo bottles, laundry detergent and hair dye — and he gets paid to do so. Gibbons is… Read More »

By ABC News

Feb 5, 2014 6:42pm

Finders Keepers: Lost Items Found and Turned Into a Profit

ABC News’ Alex Perez and Michael Koenigs report: It’s that moment travelers dread: scrambling through the airport or hopping out of a cab and realizing they’ve left something behind. So where do forgotten items — cell phones, jewelry, snowboards, wallets, and even a chainsaw —… Read More »

By ABC News

Jan 16, 2014 6:46pm

3 Tips to Dimming the Lights on Stage Fright

ABC News’ John Quinones reports: Hollywood producer and director Michael Bay was giving a presentation on a new gadget during the recent Consumer Electronics Show when suddenly, he froze. He eventually left the stage. Later, on his website, Bay said he wasn’t very good at… Read More »

By ABC News

Jan 14, 2014 7:17am

Super-Savers Share Favorite Frugal Tips

Who doesn’t like to save money? Yesterday, “Good Morning America” brought you the story of two penny-pinching moms who cut corners and saved themselves thousands of dollars. Today, Amiyrah Martin and Joanie Demer appeared on “GMA” to share their own super-saving tips. They also shared… Read More »

By ABC News

Jan 13, 2014 8:15am

Penny-Pinching Moms Share Money-Saving Secrets

Meet Crystal Paine, an author, mother of three and blogger who became famous for saving lots of money. “We lived on $17 to $35 dollars a week for our grocery bill and because of that we were able to pay cash for law school,” Paine… Read More »

By ABC News

Jan 3, 2014 8:15am

Man Loses 392 Pounds After Seeing His Obese Reflection on TV Screen

Sharee Samuels had always been of average weight as a child, but at 13 she was on her own after school. She gorged on chips, pretzels and cookies. “When I started weighing myself at 13, I never saw below 200,” she said. “I had unlimited… Read More »