Single-use foodware now only available upon request in Prince George's County
Prince George's County restaurants and other food facilities will now only provide single-use foodware upon request.
Boil water advisory lifted for northeast DC neighborhoods
Officials with DC Water have lifted the boil water advisory lifted for northeast D.C. neighborhoods.
Which sunscreen should you choose? Here are the best of 2023
Consumer Reports tested over-the-counter sunscreens and ranked which is the best at keeping you and your family safe this summer.
Boil Water Advisory for some northeast DC neighborhoods after water main break
A weekend water main break triggered a Boil Water Advisory for some northeast D.C. neighborhoods.
National Park Service offering historic Cape Cod dune shacks for lease, frustrating long-time occupants
The shacks are extremely rustic, most with limited running water and electricity, and most of current lessees use outhouses.
Ford electric vehicle owners to get access to Tesla Supercharger network
There are about 54,000 public vehicle charging stations in the U.S., but many charge much more slowly than Tesla stations.
Dairy Queen discontinues fan-favorite menu option, says it could return in the future
The restaurant didn't offer an explanation but confirmed the news.
DoorDash accused in lawsuit of charging iPhone users more for delivery
The lawsuit claims iPhone users are charged extra fees on top of their food delivery bill.
States sue telecom company accused of making billions of robocalls to people on Do Not Call Registry
The lawsuit alleges the company also reportedly sent or transmitted scam calls about the Social Security Administration, Medicare, and Amazon.
Bed Bath & Beyond, buybuy BABY’s last day for returns approaching
Bed Bath & Beyond filed for bankruptcy protection in April.
High levels of BPA found in athletic shorts, leggings, consumer group says
BPA is considered an endocrine disruptive chemical, which can cause adverse health effects by interfering with your own normal hormone systems.
Fourth person dies from bacteria linked to recalled eye drops, CDC says
As of May 15, 81 patients across 18 states have become infected with the drug-resistant bacteria.
Recall of 456K waffle makers issued after more than 30 burn injuries reported
The Consumer Product Safety Commission said people should hold off on using the waffle makers until they get the fix.
BearCare recalls thermometers due to reports of injuries, including ‘severe skin burns’
BearCare has initiated a voluntary recall of its rechargeable Walnut Wearable Smart Thermometer after complaints of injuries.
Target recalls nearly 5M candles after reports of burns, lacerations
Target is recalling nearly 5 million glass candles following reports of lacerations and severe burns, according to a notice posted by safety regulators.
Peloton to offer rear safety guard for recalled Tread+ treadmill
Owners of Peloton’s Tread+ were told to stop using the product after a 2021 recall linked to a child’s death and other injuries.
3 in 5 Americans say inflation is affecting their summer travel plans, survey shows
With costs going up, some consumers are considering other options for their summer vacations, according to a new survey.
These are the most debt-ridden cities in the US, according to study
The average non-mortgage debt across the 50 largest U.S. metros is $39,713, which includes auto loans, student loans and credit cards, a LendingTree study found.
Ford recalled 310,000 trucks over air bag issue
A build-up of dust inside a cable of the steering wheel can interrupt the electrical connection, according to Ford.
132K Jeep Cherokee SUVs recalled over fire risk – here's what to know
Owners of certain Jeep Cherokee vehicles are being asked to park outside “until the recall has been remedied.”