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20,000 Safety 1st Strollers Recalled in the US Because of Defect
Approximately 20,000 baby strollers have been voluntarily recalled after many were found to have a defect that caused small children to fall out of their seat. The Safety 1st brand's Step and Go Travel Systems strollers have a defect that allows the tray folding mechanism to disengage while it is
CPSC Recalling More Than 500,000 Hoverboards Because of Fire Hazards
More than 500,000 hoverboards are being recalled because of fire hazards that pose the risk of injuries, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The recall involves hoverboards from eight manufacturers/importers that are made with lithium-ion battery packs as well as 4,300 from
FBI Targeting One of World's 'Worst' Email Spammers
The FBI has launched a criminal investigation into a California man deemed one of the "Top 10 Worst Spammers" in the world, who can blast out a million unsolicited messages from his San Diego home in less than 15 minutes, according to court documents. Michael Alexander Persaud has been under
Could You Save $500 a Year on Makeup?
Becky Worley examines how much people spend on makeup in the latest installment of the "GMA" Biggest Waste of Money series.
Retail's Night Out Kicks Off Tonight in Washington, D.C.
ABC News' Margaret Chadbourn gives us a preview of Retail Night in Washington, D.C.
Britax Recalls Nearly 71,000 Infant Car Seats
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced a recall of nearly71,000 infant car seats manufactured by Britax. According to the CPSC , there have been 74 reports of “handles developing fractures, cracks and/or breaking while in use, including one report of an infant who received
5 Tips for Saving Money on Holiday Online Shopping
Consumer expert Mark Ellwood reveals tips and tricks to get the lowest price possible.
Target Expands Online Price Matching
The retailer announced it will now price match with 29 online retailers and extend the program by one week.
Those New Credit Card Chips Known as EMV Won’t Defeat the Data Thieves
Those tiny new chips embedded in your credit cards promise to make it tougher for thieves to steal your data. But before the technology — known as EMV — is fully adopted and probably for a long time after the transition begins in the fall, credit card fraud seems certain to rise. In October 2015,