Citizens Bank is being sued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for allegedly violating the federal Truth in Lending Act and other consumer protection laws by failing to properly manage and respond to credit card disputes.
Majority of people traveling internationally for health care received dental treatment, survey shows
Twenty-one percent of people enrolled in health insurance are willing to travel internationally for care, while 60 percent of those who have already done it received dental treatment, according a survey released Wednesday by eHealth Inc., an internet health insurance exchange.
As you get older, you may notice that the stairs are getting more difficult to climb or it’s harder to get in and out of your vehicle. Some people may start dreading going places because of their mobility issues. As your mobility declines, your risk of falling increases.
The boomers in our blogging groups have been busy this week, except for Meryl Baer of Six Decades and Counting. Baer spent the week cruising the Caribbean, and now that she’s back home she’s adjusting to the colder weather and returning to everyday life – restocking the fridge, cooking, cleaning, and endless laundry.
STIHL is recalling about 16,400 RE 90 pressure washers. The pressure washer nozzle can disconnect from the spray wand when under pressure during use, posing an injury hazard.
Highest court should support federal consumer financial agency and consumer protection, attorneys general say
Twenty-four attorneys general want to make sure that states can continue to benefit from tools under Title X of the Dodd-Frank Act that help them protect consumers from fraud and abusive consumers practices.
It’s that time of year. I’m on my annual movie watching marathon so I can write about the Academy Awards for movies made in 2019. So far, I like “1917” for best movie. I haven’t seen “The Irishman,” “Marriage Story,” “Ford v Ferrari,” or “Joker” yet.
CG Roxane, the parent company of bottle water producer Crystal Geyser, has pleaded guilty to federal charges of illegally storing and transporting hazardous waste created from filtering arsenic out of spring water at its facility in Olancha, California.
Over the years, I’ve written more than a dozen articles for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. They included his most famous quotes, how a day to celebrate King was finally approved, and how it’s a day of service, not a day off.
Last week, I was fortunate to be able to attend a conference in San Diego on women’s history. Sponsored by the National Women’s History Alliance, an organization that promotes women’s history, the conference featured discussions on how to plan activities to celebrate the 100th anniversary this year of women getting the vote in 1920.