Our report highlights how flier complaints have soared as airlines cancel flights, deny refunds, and ruin plans. Find out which airlines have the most complaints and what you can do.
Once one of the most visible opponents to repair access, Apple has now reversed its longstanding policy against making spare parts and repair software tools available to customers. The commitment came just days after the company pledged to stop deactivating Face ID for iPhone screens repaired independently.
Another Colorado town has jumped on board with zero-emission transportation. Vail is the ninth Colorado city, town or county to make such a commitment in response to the GoEV City campaign led by CoPIRG and other groups. The decision came after a summer of record-breaking bad air days.
The 36th annual Trouble in Toyland report calls attention to counterfeit toys evading safety rules and other issues online and in stores. Check out our tips on how to identify potentially unsafe toys and to minimize the risk in your home.
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Whether it’s a solar panel on a roof, a cleaner, more energy efficient home or vehicle, or a healthy local food system, Colorado doctors, moms, workers and entrepreneurs highlighted why Congress needs to pass additional policies to tackle climate change and reduce air pollution.
Grocery stores like Whole Foods have a major part to play in the fight against plastic pollution.
Of the 23 deaths reported in connection with products recalled in 2021, 19 actually occurred in previous years. It can take months or years for the public to be warned about dangerous products because federal laws favor corporations, not consumers.
In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, we’ve taken steps for all of our staff to work remotely for safety reasons. But rest assured, we’ll keep advocating for you as we work for a healthier, safer world.