News of short-term lodgers becoming long-term squatters has hosts concerned. Know the law before inviting potential trouble into your home.
Florida jury slaps cigarette company R.J. Reynolds with $23.6 billion decision, saying company knew risks and failed to warn consumers.
Washington’s Initiative 502 took effect July 8 - it’s high time we review the nuts and bolts of the state's new marijuana legislation.
Regulators are investigating the legality and ethics of psychological tests Facebook performed on unknowing users in 2012.
Performers put themselves at risk with each death-defying stunt, while carnival-goers face dangers from unsafe rides and unsanitary food.
An overview of where and how Uber operates, drawbacks, consumer opinions, and what you need to know about this popular service.
Intent on curbing melanoma rates, the FDA is requiring tanning bed manufacturers to warn consumers about the risks of indoor tanning beds.
Plastic surgery is more popular than ever, with 1.8 million procedures done last year alone. Who decides what's ethical with extreme surgery?
The FDA has proposed new restrictions on e-cigs, which would give them authority to approve new tobacco products and regulate existing ones.