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U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez talked to In Plain Sight about poverty, low-wage work, and the thorny problem of inequality in America.
How can a system designed to protect drivers and passengers cause them harm? Here's how air bags work.
Victims of identity theft can feel incredibly vulnerable and helpless, because the system didn’t work for them.
No more super-cheap PlayStation 4 consoles. Wal-Mart has locked down its price-matching policy to prevent fraud.
Kim Kopf, speaking about the conditions surrounding the death of her sister, her only sibling, says that her family remains convinced that her death was as a result of a faulty airbag.
Takata's quality chief tells lawmakers that its tests show air bag recalls should be limited to regions of high absolute humidity.
The firm Hogan Lovells "will conduct an in-depth review and assessment" of Uber's practices and make recommendations.
The SEC suspends trading in four companies that allegedly claim their products or services will stem or manage the Ebola outbreak.
AAA predicts 46.3 million will hit the road this Thanksgiving, the highest since just before the recession hit.
Already weeks into promotions for early Black Friday discounts, a new study finds that more people are taking a wait-and-see approach.
A group of Japanese wine-lovers celebrated the uncorking of 2014's Beaujolais Nouveau by taking a dip in a 'wine bath.'
Baby product manufacturer Graco is recalling almost 5 million strollers to fix a problem that could cause a child’s fingertip to be amputated.
Arizona filed a lawsuit against General Motors Co, claiming the automaker put the public at risk by concealing safety defects
Feeds from countries around the world showed a variety of public and private locations, from offices, shops and sidewalks to children's bedrooms.
That traditional turkey feast can get expensive, particularly if family and friends are joining you for the feast.