Consumer Protection

Can a lending company shut off your car? Yup, with a kill switch.
The extra help unemployed people got during the Great Recession has emboldened states to mistreat them.
Critics worry the change will force patients to turn to more expensive providers, travel long distances for cheaper care
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Unsubsidized Consumers Before the Affordable Care Act took effect in 2014, people who were self-employed, between jobs or
People who once had free accounts may now have to pay $12 a month.
A couple of thorns in the side of President Donald Trump are still up and operating.
He promised to defend "forgotten Americans." Then he forgot them.
At least 21 deaths worldwide are linked to the Takata inflators that can rupture and send deadly metal fragments inside vehicles.
Some of the hotel chain's Arizona locations also gave information to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The first state to legalize medical cannabis becomes the most populous to allow recreational use.
Imagine an app that can calculate the lies per minute (LPM) Trump subjects the American public to on a daily basis. Perhaps
Now that Congress has passed the GOP’s $1.5 trillion tax bill, the Senate will soon vote on President Trump’s nomination
President Trump recently announced that he’d like to “scale back the scope of federal regulations to the level it stood in