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The National Consumers League said it has seen a sharp rise in pet adoption scams. Families are losing lots of money and never getting their pet.
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Federal officials recall 1,920 pounds of sweet potato and chicken baby food made by Beech-Nut, saying it may be contaminated with small pieces of glass.
The consumer groups who used the mystery shoppers advocate regulating tax preparers and establishing minimum standards.
The number of people sickened by a foodborne illness linked to some Blue Bell ice cream products has grown to include three others in Texas, officials say.
Road salt damaged brake lines on Chevrolet, Cadillac and GMC pickups and SUVs, a federal agency concludes, urging people to wash undercarriages regularly.
New credit cards with embedded chips won't help much with fraud, according to a Walmart executive, because U.S. banks took an implementation short cut.
Fourteen attorneys general ask Congress to investigate the herbal supplements industry and to consider giving the FDA stronger oversight of the industry.
Five states file lawsuits intended to shut down a massive alleged newspaper and magazine subscription scam that solicited millions of consumers nationwide.
GNC reaches an agreement with New York's attorney general that puts in place rigorous testing of nutritional supplements sold in its stores and online.
A U.S. District Court imposes a permanent injunction on a Los Angeles-based seafood company after inspectors find contamination by the listeria bacteria.
America can't have an industry whose sole purpose is to trap people in debt, rather than to make a decent return and provide a service.
A nationwide crackdown on auto dealers has turned up widespread evidence of false ads, deceptive loans and fake odometer readings, the government says.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau outlines its plans for cracking down on the payday lending industry and ensuring that borrowers can repay loans.
Worried about re-using the same password too many times? Tech experts agree that traditional passwords are annoying, outmoded and too easily hacked.
Graco has agreed to pay a $3 million fine to the government for being too slow to report complaints about difficulty opening car seat buckles.
New York to London for $15? That could soon be a reality, at least if Monday's news concerning Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is to be believed.
Honda is adding nearly 105,000 vehicles to its growing U.S. recall of driver's side air bag inflators that can explode with too much force.
Trader Joe's says it has received no reports of consumers getting sick after eating the walnuts, which were sold nationwide.
More than half of Americans are worried about the U.S. government's digital spies, but few are trying to thwart the surveillance. Here's how you can.
Lumber Liquidators stands by the safety of its products and says it will offer free indoor air quality testing for qualifying customers.
Toyota announces it is recalling 112,500 cars and SUVs to fix problems with electric power steering controls and electric vehicle software.
President Barack Obama is aiming to clamp down on the private companies that service federal student debt with a presidential memorandum he signed Tuesday.
The CFPB says arbitration clauses used by companies to dodge lawsuits take away consumers' rights to sue in courts and don't provide much relief to them.