Consumer Reports tells you which renovations can boost your homes’ value by up to 35 percent.
Automatic emergency-braking systems prevent car accidents. But many manufacturers don’t offer this safety feature or offer it only on some models. That’s about to change.
Consumer Reports tests more than 60 mattresses for a range of prices and tells you how much you need to spend to get a decent one.
Consumer Reports has advice about a tax credit that often goes unclaimed, but could help those who need it most.
Consumer Reports asked 90,000 of its subscribers to rate their cell service. They were asked about data, texting, voice, customer service, and whether they got good value for the money.
Consumer Reports looks at some ways to get a better night's sleep.
Sales of exercise equipment peak around New Year's, but ellipticals and treadmills cost thousands of dollars, so you want to be sure to get a good machine.
More than 50 million Americans belong to a gym, many quit because of the cost. Here are money-saving tips from Consumer Reports.
Based on its latest tests, Consumer Reports is urging parents to move their children out of infant carriers and into rear-facing convertible seats at a younger age.
Consumer Reports tests 15 double-A batteries, 13 alkalines and two lithiums ranging in price from $0.62 per pair to $5 using toys and flashlights.