Walmart will stop selling e-cigarettes at its U.S. locations amid growing “regulatory complexity” and “uncertainty” regarding the products that have recently come under scrutiny, according to a company memo.
Apple’s new iPhone 11 officially went on sale Friday, prompting customers to line up outside of major stores around the world in a time-honored tradition ahead of iPhone launches.
If you needed a good excuse for a cheat day, National Pepperoni Pizza Day is Friday, and it might just be the alibi you’ve been looking for to enjoy your favorite slice.
Fresh homemade ice cream that takes minutes to make? That's the promise from the creators of the Sweet Spot Ice Cream Maker.
September is National Baby Safety Month. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello -- who has two little ones of his own -- shows off some products to help you keep an eye on your little ones.
U.S. retailers are on track for a big holiday, according to an annual survey from Deloitte.
General Mills has issued a nationwide recall on five-pound bags of its Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose Flour due to the risk of a potentially deadly form of E. coli, the company and U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced.
Police are warning Venmo users of a new scam that is targeting the popular mobile payment app.
Good news, parents! Now is the perfect time to recycle car seats that are no longer being used in exchange for gift cards.
The average American spends $121,082.40 on dating in their lifetime, according to new research.
The UAW announced Sunday morning that it would strike "effective at midnight tonight" after contract negotiations fell through.
Target celebrated the 20th anniversary of its first design collaboration Saturday with the launch of a collection that brought back popular items from the retailer's past.
Tipping is a large part of the American service industry and an expectation when dining out at a restaurant or getting a haircut at the salon — but some groups of people are better than others when it comes to leaving gratuity.
Wish you could get paid to snack on your favorite junk foods? Now you can because PepsiCo just launched a rewards program that pays you back for your snacks.
Nestlé Japan is swapping out the plastic packaging on miniature KitKat bars — which are extremely popular in Japan and come in flavors not easily found in the U.S., such as matcha and wasabi — and opting for paper instead as part of Nestlé's plan to use only 100-percent recyclable packaging for its candy by 2025.
Whether or not your team makes it to the ends zone, you're sure to score a touchdown at your next tailgate. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello gets expert advice and shows off the must-have products to win big this football season.
Apple unveiled new iPhones that are largely unchanged from previous models and accompanied by an unexpected price cut for the cheapest model, underscoring the company's efforts to counteract a sales slump of its flagship product.
Fiat Chrysler is adding more than 875,000 Ram pickup trucks worldwide to a series of recalls to fix tailgates that can open while the trucks are being driven.
If you’re one of the 147 million victims of the Equifax data breach, you may want to keep an eye on your email inbox.