- Tossing out fresh fruit and vegetables that have gone bad feels like throwing money down the drain.
A new product called FreshPaper claims to keep produce fresh for up to four times longer. Consumer Reports put it to the test.
- Just in time for Memorial Day weekend - Consumer Reports' test results on more than 100 gas grills.
Some are loaded with features, but you don't have to spend top dollar to get a grill that sizzles.
- More people are opting for ground turkey instead of beef these days. Even Burger King has started serving up turkey burgers.
But a just-released Consumer Reports' investigation reveals - it can also be a breeding ground for antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
- Motorcycles offer an exhilarating riding experience and can deliver impressive fuel savings.
If you're thinking about getting one, Consumer Reports has new information on some of the most reliable brands on the road.
- If you take Lipitor, Actos, or Lexapro, new generics of these and other big-name drugs could be a real money saver.
But Consumer Reports has discovered - just because you're buying a generic drug doesn't mean you're getting a great price.
- They're colorful and alluring, but Consumer Reports says there's a potential safety hazard with popular small toy balls and beads that expand dramatically in water.
There's been one recall, but many more of these super absorbent polymer balls are still on the market.
- Over the last year, more people are paying for stuff by waving, sliding, or tapping their smart phones. More apps called digital wallets are offering different ways to pay. Consumer Reports Money Adviser took a look at several to see if you really can leave your wallet at home.
- To save on TV, Internet, and phone bills, many people get all three services from the same company. These "triple plays" get you steep discounts, but only for a limited time. Consumer Reports shows you ways to save.