Consumer Reports said last week that proposed buyback amounts may undervalue the retail prices of certain Volkswagen diesel models affected by the automaker's diesel cheating fiasco.
There's a security hole in Volkswagen's keyless entry system, and it affects a lot of vehicles--basically, every vehicle that Volkswagen has built since 1995.
Delta is far from unique. Power outages among America's largest airlines are becoming increasingly more common.
Certain items, like video game consoles, electronic devices, rarely go on sale. But some things go on sale so frequently, you might as well ignore the full price altogether.
A food-conscious group pressures McDonald's to go further in its antibiotics ban, as some other chains are moving. But how much will antibiotics concerns mobilize Americans?
Getting straight A’s in stocking up on school supplies doesn’t exactly come with a rulebook. That’s why we made one.
Are you a new graduate who just landed your first “real” job? Congratulations! There’s one thing you shouldn’t forget as you begin this new chapter: your workplace benefits.
With proper care, your clothes can last up to 15 years or longer, compared to about three years if they're worn often and not maintained.
One of Bernie Sanders’s most important proposals didn’t receive enough attention and should become a law even without a president Sanders. Hillary Clinton should adopt it for her campaign.
Concerns over cybersecurity and the conflict in the South China Sea are preventing potential new global markets for China from signing on as business partners.
The Tax Policy Center projects that effective federal tax rates this year will range from 3.5 percent for households in the lowest-income quintile (or fifth) to 33 percent for those in the top 1 percent.
By having difficult conversations and focusing on key areas of your parents’ well-being, you can help alleviate the administrative and emotional burden of caring for them.
Ford improved the Escape's front structure beneath its redesigned nose for 2017, and it reinforced the vehicle's door hinges as well. Those changes helped out a lot, but they weren't quite enough to elevate it to the top of the IIHS's safety ratings.
A car is likely the second-biggest purchase of your life, and a few wrong turns can cost you thousands.
Banks are starting to give access to credit to people with low credit scores, according to a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. That's good for the economy but could be a potential problem down the line if borrowing gets out of hand.