Temple identified incorrect data from the College of Education and the Lewis Katz School of Medicine for U.S. News' graduate program rankings for 2019.
A new email scam tricks users into thinking that hackers have recorded videos of them watching porn. (They haven't.)
Texas accused the pharmaceutical giant of promoting its antipsychotic drug Seroquel to Texas Medicaid providers for unapproved uses, and for misrepresenting the benefits of its cholesterol medication Crestor.
The platform allows people to rent out their cars when they aren't using them. Users can find nearby cars and unlock them with their phones.
Highway tolls are like taxes that fall outside the scope of the consumer protection law, the court ruled.
Roughly 4 percent of area households are "unbanked," meaning they don't have checking or savings accounts.
Local schools like Lackawanna College and Messiah College are offering this alternative financing structure.
DIY electrical work is a dangerous task. If you do it poorly, you can also create fire or health hazards.
In February, the Delaware Department of Labor said Armstrong was fired without cause and could apply for unemployment benefits.
Prices for everything from housing to car insurance to eating out are on the rise.
Comcast, often criticized for its rising bills and fees, has one of the best deals for cellphone service on the market, especially if you don't use a lot of data.
Russian hackers used a technique known as "spear phishing" to infiltrate the email accounts of Democrats. The simple hacking technique is often used on employees of large companies.
An April 2016 Today Show report found TD Bank's machines repeatedly undercounted coins. A law suit has been settled but customers are seeing tiny sums like $2 for the undercounts and are complaining about the math.