Facebook Walking Users Through Privacy SettingsFacebook's latest push to educate users about privacy will be unavoidable
Call Kurtis: Why Did MoviePass Abruptly Cancel My Membership?When retirees Rachel and Daniel Brekke said they were flagged for fraud by a company offering movie ticket subscriptions, they said did nothing wrong.
Japan Figured Out How To Make Booze From TreesResearchers in Japan are now making booze from trees.
Congress Passes Bill To Make Credit Freezes FreeYou will soon be able to freeze your credit report for free, a step that can help protect you from identity theft.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Who Stole Social Security Benefits From Breast Cancer Patient?Each year, 4.5 million Americans get their Social Security benefits on debit cards, but what happens if a fraudster drains your account?
Call Kurtis Investigates: Student Debt Sticks Around Even When The College Shuts DownNicholas Gordon says his career college went belly up during his first semester and the government took his tax refund to pay for an education he didn't get.
People Trapped In Garages During Wine Country Wildfires Inspire BillAutomatic garage doors may soon need to be equipped with backup batteries in case of a power failure
22-Pound Dumbbell iPhone Case Now For SaleThe latest must-have accessory being sold in Japan is a 22-pound iPhone case.
Majority Of Workers Will Check In With The Office On VacationThe majority of workers will check in with the office at some point during their vacation, according to a new survey from the staffing firm Accountemps.
Walmart Testing Personal Shopping Service
Call Kurtis Investigates: Scamming The ScammersTurning the table on bad guys making fools out of scammers. Call Kurtis introduces us to people who make sport, out of wasting the bad guys.
Chili's Discovered Data Breach That Compromised Customer Payment InfoA data breach at Chili's Grill & Bar compromised payment information from people who visited during March and April.