Fresh cut flowers add color and beauty to your surroundings but unless you're buying flowers to take home where you have vases- finding the proper container to place your petals can pose a thorny challenge. Collapsible, plastic, reusable vases are supposed to solve that problem. They look like flat plastic cut-outs and are about the thickness of a sheet of construction paper. How well do they hold up? How much can they hold? And what are they made of?
Consumer Reports explains it doesn't have to be hot outside for conditions inside a car to be deadly while also looking at technology designed to prevent tragedies from happening.
Greek yogurt has more protein that regular yogurt, but the benefits of that extra protein can easily be outweighed by all the sugars in many Greek yogurt brands
All sorts of things can damage your credit score. It turns out moving is one of them.
Consumer Reports tested a number of detergent brands – plus some products that claim to replace detergent altogether.
Consumer protection investigators are sending out a new warning for people who want to sell their timeshare: Stay away from anyone who contacts you first, claiming they have a buyer.
Sticking with carry-on luggage can be a big savings for air travelers. Consumer Reports tells you what to look for when choosing a new bag.
Using a reloadable debit card to send money is about to get trickier for a lot of people. The makers of one of the most popular money cards is changing the technology - and it has a lot to do with scammers who use the card for fraud.
Costco is known for delivering quality for a good price, but not every product is a top bargain. Consumer Reports looks at which are worth getting and which should be forgotten.
Consumer Reports tested some products that promise to give your grilling that extra boost.
Consumer Reports says the brightly-colored pods can be highly toxic if children eat them.
Consumer Reports debunks the popular claim of "natural" food.
Consumer Reports took on the daunting task to find the best ice cream by comparing the original vanilla.
Consumer Reports tests a drain-cleaning device that doesn't use chemicals.
You heard it here first: chalk doesn't have to just be for sidewalks and classrooms. Check out these eight unusual uses for chalk that you might not have thought of before.