One provision of the latest effort to shore up the flagging U.S. Postal Service would allow you to receive alcohol in the mail.
Recent surveys indicate that passengers have their preferences about seating, seatmates and in-flight amenities.
Bank of America restores a customer's free checking for life after he complained to the media.
With the proliferation of easy-to-use online directories that put consumer reviews at your fingertips, who uses the Yellow Pages anymore?
Dozens of Texas drivers had a chance to gas up their cars at prices not seen in more than a decade, thanks to a computer error.
Canada recently announced plans to eliminate its penny, but most Americans favor keeping ours -- despite the cost to make it.
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