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As Trump Takes Office, What's Top of Consumers' Minds?
As Trump Takes Office, What's Top of Consumers' Minds?
As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office and a new Congress settles in, Consumer Reports asked Americans what their most pressing consumer concerns are for the coming year. Top of mind, according to our inaugural CR Consumer Voices Survey, are important subjects where significant policy changes could unfold very soon. Read More
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Find the Best Mattress for Your Size and Sleep Style
Find the Best Mattress for Your Size and Sleep Style
We just added 21 new mattresses to our rating, and of those, nine were added to our recommended list, including one that tops our popular foam champ. Five other new brands are also represented in the... Read More
5 Ways to Spruce Up and Protect Your Gear
5 Ways to Spruce Up and Protect Your Gear
It's time to treat your online accounts, laptop, and phone the way you handle a garage or a closet. Digital accounts and electronics need regular cleaning and maintenance. Read More
The Doctors Most Likely to Stick You With Surprise Medical Bills
The Doctors Most Likely to Stick You With Surprise Medical Bills
It seems so unfair. You’re most likely to get hit with a big medical expense your insurance won’t cover when you’re most powerless to do anything to avoid it. These surprise medical... Read More
Should You get the New Amazon Credit Card?
Should You get the New Amazon Credit Card?
Amazon Prime loyalists and fans of the company's Alexa digital assistant will find a lot to like about the newly launched Amazon Prime Rewards Signature Visa card. But for those who... Read More
Best New Car Deals
Best New Car Deals
A great price isn't necessarily a good deal if the vehicle doesn't measure up, so we help you choose a good car at a good price with monthly list of best new car deals. The featured vehicle... Read More
3 Takata Execs Face Criminal Charges Over Handling of Deadly Airbag Defect
3 Takata Execs Face Criminal Charges Over Handling of Deadly Airbag Defect
For the second time in one week federal authorities have taken the rare step of bringing criminal charges against auto industry executives for alleged wrongdoing. Today, the Justice... Read More


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