Canada's Public Health Agency has told parents with babies under one year of age to immediately stop using the KidCo Peapod travel beds, made in Libertyville, Ill. In the U.S., the Consumer Product Safety Commission says it is actively looking at certain models of the product. Lauren Jiggetts reports.
Mother fined $1,054 from City Hall vows to get her money back. Read More
The chemical, chlorinated Tris, is a known mutagen and a likely carcinogen and was found in diaper changing kits, car seats and cradle pads. Read More
Thousands of job seekers say they've been taken in by employment schemes that begin the same way: attractive job offers that wind up being little more than sales pitches. Read More
Business owners say online consumer complaint site extorts them to respond to negative reviews. Lisa Parker reports.
Chicago's coffers have collected about $700,000 in the year since a new ordinance required banks and other financial institutions to better maintain the properties they foreclose upon. Read More
Friends of a north side Chicago man who lost nearly everything in an apartment fire took to Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr in a show of force against DirecTV after the company refused to budge on its early-termination policy. Read More
Consignment stores have grown an estimated seven percent annually since the recession hit. Read More
There's a difference between a credit freeze and credit monitoring. Read More
More employers are delving deeper into jobseekers' credit histories. Read More