For many drivers, it's their most precious cargo. But there's more to keeping child passengers safe than simply purchasing a car seat. Karin Caifa has tips for parents and caregivers, in our Consumer Watch.
Authorities will try to learn more about why a gunman killed 12 people at the US Navy Yard Monday. Emily Schmidt has the latest.
Sarah Murnaghan had just weeks to live. But a court order changed all of that -- and now she has a new pair of lungs and a new chance on life.
The beginning of a new school year can be an anxious time for children of any age. Whether it's the transition to kindergarten, junior high, or high school, experts say there are simple things parents can do to curb those jitters and make kids feel at ease. Karin Caifa reports.
He's know more for his health chats on television, but Dr. Oz has shown in the last week that he is much more than an on-air doctor.
A Florida man shot by police in his own driveway last month is speaking out for the first time. Police fired 15 rounds at Roy Middleton. Two of those rounds hit him.
The most crucial hours of the school day can be after the bell rings. As kids make their way home from school or to sports and activities, safety should be a priority. Karin Caifa gets expert advice on how parents and students can make those hours after school lets out happy, healthy and productive.
It's a little luxury for leisure travelers, and sometimes a necessity for business travelers. But hotel room service is changing as the habits of guests evolve. Karin Caifa looks at trends for travelers, in today's Consumer Watch.
Another shot has been fired in the war over Obamacare. This one from a surprising source -- UPS. The iconic brown package delivery service say sthe health care law is so costly they'll have to drop thousand of people from their coverage.
What's a driver to do when a moose hogs the road in the middle of nowhere. When truck met moose, CNN's Jeanne Moos reports it's the moose that kept on truckin'.