Meet the newest McDonald's Happy Meal toy: Squishmallows
McDonald's Happy Meals just got a whole lot cuter with the addition of Squishmallow plush toys inside every order.
What is NYC's most affordable neighborhood for recent college grads?
The median rent in the city now stands at a staggering $3,700 a month, but if you're a savvy apartmenthunter, you can find a new place to live that won't break the bank.
Social media users share creative tips to make DIY air purifiers to filter out wildfire smoke
Searches for “air purifiers" are spiking on Google as TikTok and Facebook users share tips for building a DIY air purifier as smoke from wildfires in Canada blanket parts of the East Coast.
GM’s electric vehicles to have access to Tesla’s huge charging network
GM joins Ford in moving its electric vehicles to work with 12,000 of Tesla's 17,000 Supercharger stations in the U.S.
American Airlines allowing passengers to rebook without fees as wildfire smoke impacts Northeast
Passengers traveling through certain U.S. airports may now have their change fees waived under certain conditions due to the wildfire smoke from Canada impacting airline operations.
With world's worst air quality in NYC, 'sell my house fast' searches spike by 2,147%
While the Northeast chokes in hazardous air created by the smoke from Canada's wildfires, some New York homeowners are looking for immediate help to get out of Dodge.
Ford recalling 125K vehicles due to engine issues that could cause fires
The Ford recall is an expansion from a July 2022 recall of 100,000 Escape, Corsair and Maverick trucks in the U.S., following 23 reported incidents of fire or smoke.
Trader Joe's recalls one of its candles for potential overheating risk
Trader Joe’s warned how the candle could crack or break because of the glass jar overheating, “causing potential injury and/or damage."
NYC files lawsuit against Hyundai, Kia over surge in vehicle thefts
New York City is joining a host of other cities beset by a social media fueled wave of car thefts due to a flaw that made some car models highly susceptible to theft.
Recalled Boppy Newborn Lounger now linked to at least 10 deaths: 'Stop using'
Despite the recalled Boppy loungers no longer being legal for sale, they continue to pop up on Facebook Marketplace and other online sites, U.S. consumer safety officials said.
Egg prices are finally dropping after record highs
With the cost of eggs falling, here's what you can expect the next time you visit the grocery store.
Summer camps, sports leagues jump on buy now, pay later bandwagon
As inflation continues to weigh down household budgets, thousands of camps and sports leagues are now offering buy now, pay later with a service called Wordline.
Low-income tenants rally against rent increases at NYC rent board hearing
During a preliminary vote last month, the Rent Guidelines Board considered raising rents between 2% and 5% for one-year leases, and between 4% and 7% for two-year leases.
Gas prices could spike after Saudi Arabia oil production cut
According to AAA, drivers are currently paying an average of $3.55 for a gallon of regular gasoline. That is more than $1 lower than a year ago.
85,000 hedge trimmers recalled over laceration risk
Eight people have needed stitches due to incidents with the recalled trimmers.
Nearly 14,000 lbs. of pork rinds shipped from Guatemala recalled in US
The snack bags were shipped for sale to locations in five states – but were not eligible to be exported from Guatemala in the first place.
Amazon in talks to offer free mobile services to Prime members: Report
AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile shares dropped following a report on Amazon mulling cell services.
Taco Bell brings back fan favorite item for a limited time
Taco Bell customers decided, and the Enchirito is back on the menu while supplies last
Senators push for FAA to evaluate airplane seat sizes
Two Democratic senators want the FAA to address shrinking airplane seat sizes related to growing concerns about comfort and safety.
Alabama lawmakers approve cut in state's 4% grocery tax after decades of attempts
Alabama is one of only three states that tax groceries at the same rate as other purchases.