For bargain hunters, online clothing discounts can sometimes prove irresistible.
There’s now a new option for consumers who want the brilliance of a diamond while being sure their gem doesn’t come from a conflict zone.
Crude oil slipped to below $50 per barrel for the first time in five years, and experts predict prices at the pump could remain in the $2 range into the spring.
Hasbro is facing heavy backlash from enraged parents who say a tool accessory to a new Play-Doh set was designed inappropriately.
When it comes to gift cards, California laws have stricter consumer protections than federal law, but both work together to make sure your gift card doesn’t become a useless piece of plastic. CBS2/KCAL9’s Erica Nochlin explains what consumers need to know
Thanksgiving used to be the unofficial start of the Christmas rush.
California home sales rose for the first time in a year in September, a research firm said Tuesday, as cooling prices and a strong economy encouraged buyers.
“It’s the most beloved beverage on the planet,” says Hallie Beaune.
A lawsuit filed against Cigna and Blue Shield of California claims that health insurers engaged in a “bait and switch” scheme that left patients with a stack of medical bills and no coverage.
A Marina del Rey man has been convicted on charges related to a rapidly-growing high-tech crime known as synthetic identity theft, according to an exclusive KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO report.
The state Assembly on Friday passed a bill banning the use of plastic microbeads in soaps and cosmetics, following actions already being taken by manufacturers and other state legislatures to keep the products out of waterways.
Some customers of Time Warner Cable were calling Monday for the company to credit their account after a service interruption prevented them from watching part of Super Bowl XLVIII.
Target Corp. admitted Friday that encrypted personal identification numbers were stolen during a massive security breach involving 40 million customers’ debit and credit cards.
Authorities warned the public Tuesday about buying potential counterfeit goods this Christmas season.
Retail industry experts have cracked a code that could lead to big savings for consumers.