It’s that time of year again when days are longer, temperatures are higher and auto dealers advertise some of the most tempting deals.
IKEA is recalling 80,000 baby gates because they can come unintentionally unlocked, posing a risk of falls and related injuries, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced Thursday.
The cost of college tuition continues to increase, and college graduates are feeling the burn of that trend when the time comes to begin repaying their student loans.
Taylor Made Transportation in Druid Hill, a company that provides transportation for government employees and some private residents, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this summer.
Amazon is at it again. It has scheduled its second annual Prime Day sale for July 12.
Happy Farm Botanicals, a company that produces high quality and all natural products for many of the beauty industry’s top brands, has been busy making those who might be less fortunate happy.
For more than a decade, civil rights organizations, labor, clergy, and consumer advocates have fought to end triple-digit interest rates on small dollar loans.
Everyone knows used cars are cheaper. But how do you make sure you are not getting a lemon? Don’t rule out a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle, say experts.
The Mega Millions jackpot has climbed to an estimated $508 million after Tuesday's drawing failed to produce a winning ticket.
Got a college degree? Then it's much more likely that you could land a job in the economic recovery.
Cars signify individualism and mobility, while music provides the thrill, expression and tone. So what happens when Chevrolet links with Revolt TV? A lucky few journalists and bloggers take a “Journey Into Sound.”
Fifteen years ago, Tressa “Azarel” Smallwood took a life-changing leap of faith.
Walmart's Amazon Prime competitor just got more competitive.
This Fourth of July, let freedom ring. Financial freedom, that is. Whatever your vision is of financial independence, having strong credit is fundamental, potentially impacting borrowing, and even routine matters, such as having utilities connected, getting a cell phone or ...
Show Kayla Rodriguez a jar of honey, and she will tell you it’s medicine.