Top Picks For 2017's Safest Cars On The RoadA new factor was thrown into the mix this year as the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety whittled down their list of the safest cars on the road.
Demand For Travel To Cuba May Be FlatteningDemand for travel to Cuba may be leveling off with soaring hotel prices on the island, American and uncertainty over whether new travel restrictions could be imposed when Donald Trump takes office.
More People Cyber Shopping On Company TimeHoliday shopping is in full swing and millions of people are going online to find the perfect gifts.
Amazon Testing "Check Out Free" Grocery StoreHow would you like to go to the grocery store and skip the long line at the check out counter?
'Jonathan's Day' Connects Kids With Autism At Unique Abilities FairThe second annual "Jonathan's Day" kicked off the first weekend of December with a day of fun and adventure, all while providing support and assistance to kids and families dealing with autism.
FCC: AT&T, Verizon Shouldn't Exempt Own Apps From Data CapsU.S. regulators think AT&T and Verizon should not exempt their own video apps from data caps on their customers' cellphones.
Ford Recalls 680,000 Cars Over Seat Belt ProblemFord is recalling nearly 700-thousand mid-sized cars because their front seat belts might not work in a crash.
EPA To Keep Strict Gas Mileage Standards In Place Despite protests from automakers, the Obama administration has decided not to change fuel economy requirements for cars and light trucks.
FPL Customers To See Higher Electric BillsState regulators Tuesday unanimously approved a settlement agreement that includes $811 million in base-rate increases for customers of Florida Power & Light --- with $400 million slated to take effect Jan. 1.
State Regulators Approve Substantial FPL Rate HikeYour power bill is going up next year. On Tuesday the Florida Public Service Commission approved a substantial rate hike for Florida Power & Light.
Researchers Find Seat Belts Pose Safety Hazard For Older DriversSeat belts are meant to protect us in car crashes, but for some drivers, they can be harmful.
The Pot Train Could Still Go Off The Tracks, And Here's HowWhile weed is winning in the polls, with a majority of Americans saying it should be legal, it does not mean the federal government will let dozens of state pot businesses play out.