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    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- With record unemployment and a volatile stock market, we are living in uncertain economic times, to say the least, so you might think buying a home would be the last thing you'd want to do. But, as Consumer Reports explains, with a little creativity and flexibility, this could be the right...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Fears about the coronavirus are forcing many people to rethink traditional air travel and hotel stays of past summers and look into recreational vehicles as a safer alternative. Some RV and camper dealerships have seen an increase in sales of up to 170 percent, and many customers are first-time buyers. Consumer...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Your commuting costs might be down, but if you're still sheltering at home, your energy bills might be creeping up. The experts at Consumer Reports share some simple tips to keep your utility bills down without sacrificing comfort.Adjusting your thermostat settings is one of the simplest and most significant things you...
    While many drivers are finally back behind the wheel, others are looking for alternative ways of getting around, either to avoid mass transit or just to get some fresh air. It’s no wonder sales of bicycles have skyrocketed. And many folks are trying out electric bikes. The electric bikes are like traditional two-wheeled bikes...
    SAN ANTONIO – In these anxious times, booze is seeing a bump. Sales of alcohol for home consumption were up 22% in March alone as people began dealing with job losses and stay-at-home orders. Coping with all the worries the pandemic brings, along with family stress and just plain boredom may lead light to moderate...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The joys of summer include slathering the sunscreen and insect repellent on our kids. So which ones are best this year?For sunscreen, Consumer Reports likes Coppertone Ultra Guard Lotion SPF 70. It did excellent in tests at providing protection from the sun's UVA and UVB rays, and Consumer Reports says it's...
    (CNN) — Consumer Reports warned that bottled water made by Whole Foods contains “potentially harmful levels of arsenic,” amounting to three times the level of the chemical compared to other brands. The consumer watchdog group said Wednesday that Starkey Spring Water had “concerning levels of arsenic,” ranging from 9.49 to 9.56 parts per billion. Federal regulations limit the...
    June 25 in sports history: Fundamentally speaking, he was great Artist imagines what Disney princesses would wear in different decades An alarming number of people complaining about Citi credit card accounts An alarming number of credit card borrowers hurt by the coronavirus recession are complaining that Citibank is treating them unfairly. © ASSOCIATED PRESS...
    Consumer Reports warned that bottled water made by Whole Foods contains "potentially harmful levels of arsenic," amounting to three times the level of the chemical compared to other brands.The consumer watchdog group said Wednesday that Starkey Spring Water had "concerning levels of arsenic," ranging from 9.49 to 9.56 parts per billion. Federal regulations limits the...
    New York (CNN Business)An alarming number of credit card borrowers hurt by the coronavirus recession are complaining that Citibank is treating them unfairly.Citi (C) accounted for nearly 37% of pandemic-related complaints to regulators about credit cards between March 16 and May 20, according to an analysis by Consumer Reports.That was four times as much as...
    A series of tested conducted by Consumer Reports has found high levels of arsenic in Starkey Spring Water, a brand of water sold in both popular supermarket Whole Foods as well as its parent company Amazon. According to The Guardian, the startling findings were the result of an investigation conducted by Consumer Reports to test...
    People are spending more time at home these days and there's a good chance you're spending more money on tech like streaming media or music subscriptions, faster internet or even a new router or computer. All that can add up fast.With the economic uncertainty caused by the virus, many people might be looking for ways...
    As cars age, they inevitably run into issues and need some work done to keep them on the road for a long time. If you’re lucky, that just means a couple of parts need to be replaced due to wear and tear now and then, but sometimes things go very wrong. (Audi) Consumer Reports has identified...