The Bottom Line: Should You Trust The 'Sale' Sign?
Consumer Reports editor Margot Gilman explains how some retailers are manipulating consumers with 'sale' signs.
As demand for pickleball soars, homeowners turn to backyard courts
There are an estimated 36.5 million players in the U.S., and experts believe that requires more than 25,000 courts just to meet demand.
Why are millennials lonelier than other generations?
According to a recent poll, about 3 in 10 millennials say they have zero best friends and are often or always feeling lonely.
Celebrating Korean Independence Day in America
It's called "Restoration of Light Day" in South Korea.
Minimal progress made in budget deal on Thursday
None of the bills the House of Representatives voted on Thursday would make meaningful progress toward clearing the budget impasse.
Guilty pleas issued in 'Operation Nightingale' nursing diploma fraud
Prosecutors said Florida residents, along with individuals from other states, were charged in a scheme to sell fraudulent nursing degree diplomas.
Scripps News Investigates: Fentanyl, child labor, and Chinese spying
Scripps News' investigative reporting uncovers the impact of fentanyl overdoses, the children employed on U.S. farms and alleged Chinese spying.