Is that Black Friday travel offer really a good deal?

Chances are good you are about to be overwhelmed with Black Friday deals.

There are discounts for electronics, jewelry and even airline tickets. But is that travel offer to Hawaii truly a good deal?

Here are some things to keep ... Read More

Trader Joe's recalls salads after reports of glass, plastic inside packages

(NEW YORK) -- Trader Joe's said it has recalled three of its packaged salads on Saturday after a supplier said there might be pieces of glass or hard plastic inside.

The recall affects the grocery chain's white meat chicken salad, curried whit... Read More

Honda recalls Odyssey minivans after reports of injuries linked to seats

(NEW YORK) -- Honda has recalled about 800,000 Odyssey minivans in the U.S. over reports of injuries linked to the vehicle's second row seats.

The seats may tip forward when the Odyssey brakes if not properly latched after an adjustment or a r... Read More

Woman makes amazing masterpieces out of smoothies

(NEW YORK) -- Smoothie art on Instagram is giving a whole new meaning to “playing with your food.”

Hazel Zakariya, 30, has amassed a wide following on the social media platform for her expansive works of smoothie art, ranging f... Read More

FCC eases restrictions on media consolidation

(WASHINGTON) -- The Federal Communications Commission made good Thursday on a promise made by Chairman Ajit Pai last month by eliminating restrictions on ownership of multiple media outlets within a single market.

The decision on Thursday ... Read More

Investors encouraged as House Republicans pass tax plan

(NEW YORK) -- As the Republican-held House of Representatives passed their version of the party's tax reform bill on Thursday, prompting a late-day rally on Wall Street.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 187.08 on the day, more than ... Read More

Mystery shrouds Leonardo da Vinci painting that smashed records at auction

(NEW YORK) -- All eyes were locked on Lot 9 in a packed salesroom at Christie's auction house in New York during 19 minutes of feverish bidding Wednesday night.

But it was an anonymous bidder who called in to secure the haunting painting d... Read More

Through Fannie Mae, US taxpayers provide backing for some rental home giants

(NEW YORK) -- Some renters of homes owned by the “billion-dollar landlords” highlighted in an ABC News investigation might be surprised to learn that they, as taxpayers, have a stake in their corporate landlord’s business.

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FCC announces new rules to help block illegal robocalls

(WASHINGTON) -- The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday adopted rules that would allow phone companies to take proactive steps to block illegal robocalls.

The agency notes that unwanted calls, a category that includes illegal rob... Read More

Know your renter's rights: Eight tips for tenants

(NEW YORK) -- When Evette Plata moved out of her Florida rental home, she was determined to recoup her $1,175 security deposit. She called the rental office and got their move-out instructions. She hired her cousin’s cleaning company and said s... Read More

Rare Leonardo da Vinci painting fetches record $450M at Christie's auction in New York

(NEW YORK) -- A rare painting by Leonardo da Vinci auctioned in New York on Wednesday night fetched over $450 million, making it the most expensive painting ever sold.

Fewer than 20 paintings by the Italian artist exist.

The 500... Read More

Tech stock tumble leads to down day on Wall Street

(NEW YORK) -- A down day for tech stocks pushed Wall Street lower on Wednesday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 138.19, closing at 23,271.28.

The Nasdaq finished the session at 6,706.21, a slide of 31.66 from its open, ... Read More

Forever 21 investigating possible data breach

(NEW YORK) -- Forever 21 may be the latest retailer to have been hit by a credit card breach, the company announced on Tuesday night.

In a Read More

Southwest Airlines pilot arrested after TSA finds gun in his bag

(ST. LOUIS) -- A 51-year-old first officer for Southwest Airlines was arrested Wednesday morning around 5 a.m. at St. Louis Lambert International Airport for unlawful use of a weapon after Transportation Security Administration officers discovered a ... Read More