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Consumer Watch

State of emergency activates NC price-gouging law

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North Carolina's price gouging law is currently in effect because of the recent state of emergency declarations due to Hurricane Sandy. Full story...
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Avoiding holiday debt

How does one keep up with the bills during holiday season?

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American Airline Woes

The deadline is today for pilots at American Airlines to decide whether to walk off the job.

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MySpace reboot

Last week, MySpace teased a sleek new version of the site on the horizon. Will users come back?

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Bank account hackers

Several of America's biggest banks are being besieged by hackers working to keep customers from logging on to their accounts.

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Cleaning product tests

Consumer reports looked at nineteen different brands to help you get the most out of cleaning day.

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Airline baggage fees

Those annoying baggage fees they charge are adding up to billions of dollars, and passengers aren't happy about it.

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Popcorn lung lawsuit

Have you heard of "popcorn lung" disease? It's real, and it's serious and debilitating. Yesterday, it turned one man into a multi-millionaire.

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Arsenic in brown rice

There's a new warning today about a staple in the diets of millions of Americans. Consumer reports says rice and rice products may contain worrisome levels of arsenic, a chemical known to cause cancer.

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Family budget app

Having a spouse or family member deployed overseas can be stressful enough without worrying about finances. So a new app aims to help keep military families on budget and planning for the future, no matter where they're stationed next.

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