You can still drink alcohol on Carnival ships; you just have to pay a 300 or 400 percent markup
Carnival Cruise Line has announced that it is banning passengers from bringing bottled beverages on board, to cut down on alcohol smuggling. The new policy will come into effect on July 9.
Peanut butter shows no protective effect, however
Another study finds that men and women who eat at least 10 grams of nuts and peanuts per day have a lower risk of dying from a large array of diseases than non-nut-eaters.
Fiat Chrysler is admitting it missed legal deadlines to notify customers in five safety recalls.
Drivers want more collision-prevention technology in their cars, but there is a limit to how much they will pay.
A conference of Internet security experts is not for the faint of heart.
The IRS’ overloaded phone system hung up on more than 8 million taxpayers this filing season as the agency cut millions of dollars from taxpayer services to help pay to enforce President Barack Obama’s health law.
New invoice/bank scam hybrid snags victims in the U.S. and around the world
The United States Postal Service estimates that American businesses lose millions if not billions of dollars to invoice scams every year, though of course the scam's very nature makes it hard to accurately measure its total costs, because so many of its victims don't realize they're losing money.
The other cops involved aren't even facing charges
Here's another reason why you should always put a strong password on your smartphone and any other computer devices.
Women were forced to pay hundreds of dollars to have their images taken down
The operator of an alleged “revenge porn” website has been banned from sharing nude videos or photographs of people without their consent and will have to destroy the intimate images and personal contact information he collected while operating the site.
It's about the same as you'd do for a human
You aren't the only one who can get the flu. Your dog can get it too. It's known in veterinary circles as canine influenza, a respiratory infection caused by the H3N8 virus.
Class action argues stores' claims don't rise to the challenge
Take the lawsuits filed by consumers who argue that Whole Foods and Wegmans aren't really selling freshly store-baked bread, cakes and so forth in their gargantuan supermarkets.
It's a huge increase over last year's estimate
A year ago, a company selling automotive data to consumers reported there were more than 3 million cars on the road in 2013 with an open – or unrepaired – safety recall. This year, it counts more than 10 times that number.
Educators agree class attendance is essential to success
Success in college depends on many things but one thing is for sure -- you have to show up for class.
Consumers being flooded with unwanted telemarketing calls, many from overseas
Is it -- or should it be -- legal for consumers to block unwanted telephone calls from telemarketers, solicitors, politicians and others who intrude brazenly on their privacy? The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says yes, it is and should continue to be legal.
DEA expands its national surveillance while cops ask Google to disable cop-locator app
If you're an American citizen looking for a single sentence to summarize your relationship with the government, here's one possibility: “The government gets to spy on you and know your whereabouts at all times, whereas you aren't even allowed to know where to find the police officer nearest you.”