It's that time of year again.
Twitter has launched a new feature called "Moments" that helps highlight the top stories being tweeted.
Planning to fly for Turkey Day? Don't snooze ... you'll lose.
Bank fees continue to rise, according to a new survey by Bankrate.com.
U.S. retailers enter the holiday season vowing to control discounting that has wreaked havoc on their results in the past, but competition between stores, consumers trained to expect discounts and a still-recovering economy point to a difficult year.
Watch as the downtown YMCA is imploded
An Alabama police officer is retiring with an astounding work record: He's never taken a sick day in 35 years.
On your birthday you can have your (free) cake and eat it too!
Kids dealing with the consequences of cancer are benefiting from Happy Hair Bands.
Target will match its online prices with more than two dozen online competitors including Amazon and Walmart.
Volkswagen announced plans on Tuesday to refit up to 11 million vehicles and overhaul its namesake brand to try to move on from the scandal over its cheating on diesel emissions tests.
The new models have more memory and faster processors, along with a new 12 mega-pixel camera and starts at $649.
Like it or not, we all are responsible for our own communication and email evokes almost unprecedented cultural and generational challenges.
Amazon is cutting the price of its $99 annual Prime membership program to $67 today only!
Pumpkins are becoming political.
They're ba-aack! Thousands of vacant spaces that are ghost towns for much of the year come to life as Halloween retailers.
Kids’ fruit consumption has increased but the CDC says most still don’t get the daily recommended amount of fruit or vegetables.
here isn’t enough evidence yet to say whether e-cigarettes are safe or effective for helping people quit smoking, new U.S. guidelines on tobacco cessation conclude.
Are you a Starbucks junkie? Here are 8 tips to help save you cash while getting your caffeine fix.
Facebook users took to the social media site on Wednesday to react to the company's decision to test what Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg called a "dislike button" - and not everyone liked the idea.