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When the thermometer drops into single digits, it may be tempting to hide indoors and crank up the thermostat. But that could be costly. It is, however, possible to stay warm and save money on your heating bill.
For many, there is nothing more annoying than the tranquility of your home, being disrupted by a telemarketing call.
Zagat advises that you order a whole bottle of wine when out at a restaurant.
Target's security breach has shoppers on edge, especially after a report says it was part of a broader scam that could have affected more retailers -- but one expert says consumers can still protect themselves.
Rising rent prices seem to be the norm in the D.C. metro region, but the cost of an apartment has actually gone down.
As the temperatures rise, pipes frozen by the low temperatures will begin to thaw.
Temperatures in the D.C. area will be well below 32 degrees Monday night and Tuesday and that means the water in the pipes in your house can freeze and you might be tempted to put a few too many logs on that fire. What you need to know to protect your home when the temperature plunges.
Tips to help you save money in the new year.
If you let your engine warm up several minutes before taking off, particularly during this time of year, you might want to rethink it.
If you have gift cards, items to return or just a hankering to shop on this day after Christmas, retailers are ready for you.
You don't have to rush to the store to redeem your gift cards, but some banks might carry inactivity fees.
You did weeks of research on the best new tech gadget and you've purchased the top-of-the line item for your loved one. Now, what about those batteries?
Whether you're traveling to grandma's for Christmas dinner or just in search of a last minute ingredient, here's a list of what's open and closed on Christmas Day.
Yep, you read that right. The doors won't lock. Click the links to be taken to store locators.
Some military families will get a gift this season thanks to a settlement between AT&T and the state of Maryland.
Tis the season...for returning.
Target has issued an apology to the nearly 40 million people who were victims of the second-biggest credit card breach in U.S. history.
After Target's security breach, many customers are scrambling to make sure they are not victims of identity theft.
If you have plans to buy a house in 2014, some new fees on the settlement sheet may surprise you.
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