Spam accounts for an estimated 80 percent of all email traffic in the United States. Read More
Electronic items are now the number one category of knockoffs seized by agents at O'Hare International Airport, federal officials say. Read More
Several student loan borrowers say they were hit with higher payments and fees after their loan balances were transferred to another servicer, they say, without warning. Read More
Though issuers downplay the risks, RFID technology in credit and debit cards could be putting consumers at risk. Read More
Inspectors shut down more than 2,000 gas pumps in Cook County last year. Read More
Calumet City woman says she kept getting run-around from Wells Fargo when she applied for a home loan modification. Read More
Lawmakers last year passed law allowing people to sell homemade goods at farmers' markets, but county officials refused to accept registration applications. Read More
High-powered magnets that aren't sold in toy stores but are are commonly used as desk toys for adults may pose a major health hazard to young children who can easily mistake the products for candy. Lisa Parker reports.
Is new safety technology is cars making inroads when it comes to preventing crashes? A first look at how they are performing in the real world, and why some are more effective than others.
The recall announced Wednesday affects more than a dozen models produced from 2005 through 2010. The power-window switch on the driver's side didn't have grease applied evenly during production, causing friction in the switch... Read More