(AP) - Michaels Stores Inc. says Thursday that about 2.6 million cards used at its namesake stores may have been affected in a security breach but it has received "limited" reports of fraud. More>>
An activist group has released new e-mails in the IRS targeting scandal. More>>
37 million Americans owe about $1 trillion in student loan debt. CBS46 shows you a free app that helps students choose path of study and plan how to pay for it. More>>
Kentucky Fried Chicken is bringing back The Double Down!
Kentucky Fried Chicken is bringing back The Double Down!
Easter lilies are popular in homes at this time of year, but they can be deadly for cats, a veterinarian warns. More>>
Domino's is no chicken when it comes to taking risks. The pizza chain is rolling out a new menu item that replaces typical pizza crust with pieces of breaded, boneless chicken. More>>
Sneezing, coughing, and watery eyes are just a few symptoms that tell you it must be allergy season. However, don't reach for those expensive drugs yet: try these remedy foods first. More>>
According to a food and health survey, 52 percent of Americans say figuring out their income taxes is easier than knowing what they should and shouldn’t eat to be healthier. More>>
Scam artists call a home or business posing as a co-op or utility employee and threaten to shut off service unless the consumer provides immediate payment using a reloadable debit card, prepaid gift card or online payment service like PayPal. More>>
U.S. retail sales in March rose by the largest amount in 18 months, led by strong gains in sales of autos, furniture and a number of other products. More>>
Melissa Cox shared some Tax Day deals and freebies on Good Morning Tennessee on Monday. More>>
An Upstate retailer is making and selling clothes from around the area in the hopes of growing the local economy and offering shoppers more organic options.
A confounding computer bug called "Heartbleed" is causing major security headaches across the Internet as websites scramble to fix the problem and Web surfers wonder whether they should change their passwords to prevent... More>>
Big U.S. recalls by General Motors and Toyota have put the auto industry on a record pace as companies try to avoid bad publicity and punishment from an increasingly aggressive government. More>>
By MARY CLARE JALONICK The Food and Drug Administration is taking steps to ensure that shoppers who buy honey are getting the real deal. More>>
For those who are inclined, it's best to report that chunk of change from an embezzlement scheme or stealing someone's identity. Better that than going down on tax evasion charges.
General Motors plans to recall another 1.3 million vehicles, increasing its recall to more than six million cars. More>>
Thousands of victims in scams involving MoneyGram. More>>
Americans spend an estimated $500 million on replacing stolen handsets, and four times that on insurance when they purchase a new phone. More>>
McDonald's is fighting back in the fast-food breakfast war. It's offering customers nationwide a free small cup of McCafe coffee for two weeks. The promotion starts Monday at participating locations. The offer from McDonald's comes as competitor taco bell rolled out its first-ever breakfast menu. The move could take a bite out of sales at McDonald's.
Want more money in your paycheck? A survey from the American Psychological Association last year found one in three Americans reported feeling stressed out, underpaid, and overworked. And getting a raise can sometimes feel out of your control.But experts say neither being too aggressive nor too quiet will get what you want, but here’s what will.Start by researching your worth. Use salary comparison websites to find out what your job is worth.Be confident. Use the research you’ve done with you... More>>
Scammers have found another opportunity to steal personal information from consumers. More>>
An Arkansas firm is recalling about 29,200 pounds of seasoned raw, chicken breast strips due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen. More>>
Gone are the days when coupons only covered junk food. Coupons have found their way to the produce aisle, and all the savings apps seem to catching on to the idea. More>>
In this busy, connected world, many people have forgotten to find a day to rest. More>>
Tax scams that use email and phone calls that appear to come from the IRS are common these days. These scams often use the IRS name and logo or fake websites that look real. More>>
While there is no set check list when it comes to who gets audited by the IRS, several tax experts say you should watch out for these top five red flags. More>>
If you have a child under age 17, the Child Tax Credit may save you money at tax time. Here are some key facts the IRS wants you to know about the credit. More>>
In a rare interview, an experienced con-man explained how he lured his victims into his scams, stealing millions in the process. More>>
WNCN found people living in public housing who aren't eligible to be there. And some people who are making much more money than you may think. More>>
Time Magazine went in search of the candy bar that had the most impact in our country. More>>
Remember the shoes seen in the movie "Back to the Future 2" worn by the main character Marty McFly? Those self-tying shoes of the future may be a reality next year. What's ironic is the film is set in More>>
There are more free offers out there than you may thinkM, and finding them is as simple as a click of a mouse. More>>
General Motors is recalling almost 780,000 older-model compact cars in North America because a faulty ignition switch can shut off the engines without warning and cause crashes. More>>
Graco is recalling nearly 3.8 million car safety seats because children can get trapped by buckles that may not unlatch. But the company has drawn the ire of federal safety regulators who say the recall should include another 1.8 million rear-facing car seats designed for infants. More>>
The Food and Drug Administration is warning against eating Uncle Ben's rice products served at schools, restaurants, hospitals and other food service institutions after children in three states had skin reactions and other symptoms that were linked to the rice. More>>