A tourist discovered her Airbnb rental was actually in a public housing complex.
The wireless carrier states on its website that the offer is only available if the pending Sprint merger closes, and the plans could be subject to line limits.
Many retail chains have expanded their Black Friday hours earlier and earlier over the years, sometimes into the previous day, to get a head start on the competition.
A New York regulator is investigating Goldman Sachs for possible sex discrimination in the way it sets credit limits. The bank denies wrongdoing.
Gas prices have edged up in New Jersey and around the nation, with analysts citing decreased inventories in the northeastern United States, increased demand and fluctuating crude oil prices.
A New Jersey company is recalling over 130,000 pounds of ground beef that they say may be contaminated with extraneous materials like plastic.
To say thank you for their service, Texas Roadhouse will be treating members of the military to a free lunch on Veteran's Day.
More than 2 million pounds of poultry products is being recalled due to possible contamination.
Amazon is offering a voice-activated artificial Christmas tree that is compatible with Alexa.
A government agency is recommending that all 50 states enact laws requiring bicyclists to wear helmets to stem an increase in bicycle deaths on U.S. roadways.
For the second consecutive year, Target will start its Black Friday event on Thanksgiving Day.
RetailMeNot’s first annual "Cash Back Day" takes place on Nov. 7, offering up to 20 percent cash back to shoppers who purchase items from hundreds of participating retailers.
Now’s your chance to really impress your coworkers at the next white elephant office gift exchange by snagging an American Girl doll complete with 5,000 Swarovski crystals and beads retailing for a cool $5,000.
"We want to make this time of year as easy as possible for our customers to shop and save on brands they love, both online and in-store."
Amazon Prime members can now get free, one-day delivery on more than 10 million items, the company said.
What do Black Friday, White Castle, Popeyes and the new iPhone all have in common? Major hype and extremely long lines.
Kohl’s is offering double its military discount for Veterans Day, increasing it from 15 percent to 30 percent.
Costco is offering Kirkland Signature Eggnog Wine Cocktails for the holidays.
AT&T will provide partial refunds to both current and former customers who originally signed up for unlimited plans prior to 2011.
APS wants to raise rates for next year. The December 2020 increase would average just over 5 percent per household, but it's not a done deal - yet. FOX 10's Nicole Garcia reports.