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She Tried This One Crazy Thing And Received The Consumerist Newsletter Twice A Week

Okay, so it’s not that crazy, but you do only have to do one thing to sign up for the Consumerist newsletter, and have it arrive fresh and hot in your email inbox twice a week. [More]

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If You Still Haven’t Found What You’re Looking For, May We Suggest Our Newsletter?

That aching hole in your heart and in your inbox? We think we’ve got something to fill it. [More]

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7 Things You Need To Know From Frontline’s Investigation On Supplements & Safety

They look like drugs, they’re regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, but Frontline‘s new investigation found that supplements are very, very different. [More]

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What You Need To Know Before You Take A Sleeping Pill

When you’re having a hard time getting a good night’s sleep, you might reach for the pill bottle for a simple, chemical solution. And you’re not alone — according to a new survey from our colleagues at Consumer Reports, more than one-third of adults who complained of sleep problems at least once per week said they had used an over-the-counter or prescription sleep drug in the previous year. [More]

Reminder: We Want To See Your Photos Of Kids Who Hate Hanging With Santa Claus

Reminder: We Want To See Your Photos Of Kids Who Hate Hanging With Santa Claus

As the doors on the advent calendar open one by one, bringing us closer to Christmas, there’s still time for you to be part of our annual Consumerist holiday celebration. And by celebration, we mean, celebrating the effect the mall Santa Claus sometimes has on the younger set. [More]

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Tesla Model S P85D Breaks Consumer Reports’ Ratings System

This story was first published by our sister publication Consumer Reports.

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How Safe Is Your Ground Beef?

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Fun With Surveys: Consumerist And Consumer Reports Need Your Help

ATTENTION: Do you like Consumerist? Do you want to help us? Do you have 30 minutes? Do you have lots of valuable opinions? CLICK HERE TO TAKE SURVEY. Your help keeps the site ad-free! 

What We Liked About 2014: The Editors’ Favorite Stories Of The Year

What We Liked About 2014: The Editors’ Favorite Stories Of The Year

The clock hasn’t even struck midnight yet, and already we’re reminiscing about the year gone by. For us here at Consumerist, 2014 wasn’t only about how many times our stories were read, or who was clicking where, but about the process of bringing those stories to our readers and how we felt about working on them.

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26 Kids Who Decided Santa Claus Is Not To Be Tolerated, Proceed To Freak The Heck Out

One more time, our very own Miranda Cox, daughter of Consumerist's Kate Cox.

We asked, and oh boy, did we receive: For our third annual installment of holiday-induced panic on a wee scale, you, our dear readers, submitted 26 photos of your children freaking the heck out upon meeting the man in red, one Santa Cornelius Claus. Does Santa have a middle name for real? We might never know, but what we do know is that before children come to love the guy, they often want nothing better than to be as far from that jolly fellow as possible.

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18 Times Our Readers Got The Absolute Best Gift Ever

There’s nothing like the moment when you realize that you’ve just received your heart’s desire in the form of a gift from someone else. Not only does it mean adding something wonderful to your life — whether it’s that prized toy you’ve been coveting, freedom from tyranny or a new fuzzy friend. Speaking of fuzzy, we asked you, our wonderful, giving readers a few weeks ago to tell us about the best gift you’ve ever gotten, whether it was Christmas, Hanukkah or just a regular day. [More]

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Tell Us About The Best Gift You’ve Ever Received

It was Christmas morning/eve. It was the best night of Hanukkah. There was that one gift, the thing you received from your mom/dad/sister/brother/spouse/whoever, that stood out from all the rest as the best thing you could have ever gotten.

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Let's all look at this adorable kitten because looking is free. (Karamellzucker)

Imagine your pockets are bulging, full of cash and gold pieces like the kind Scrooge McDuck has in his vault/swimming pool. Now imagine you’ve just read Consumerist’s weekly newsletter, and enjoyed the heck out of it… and those pockets are still flush with riches. It’s a win-win.

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When it comes to the work week, Friday pretty much has Favorite Day locked down. But according to sources inside Consumerist, that happy day could get even better with one simple step: Signing up for the weekly Consumerist newsletter, delivered fresh to your email inbox every Friday. [More]

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We Found The Thing You Were Looking For — Sign Up For Consumerist’s Newsletter

Isn’t it just so funny how you always find the thing you were looking for in the last place you look? No, because you don’t keep looking after, but in this case, we are the last place and we have the thing you were searching for — sign up for Consumerist’s newsletter and cease your restless hunting. [More]

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Today’s Exercise In Productivity: Sign Up For The Consumerist Newsletter

We know, Tuesdays can be tough. But we’re not asking you to jump through hoops or cross every last item on your to-do list. Nope. You can be productive enough just by signing up for our weekly newsletter. [More]

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Attention, Austin: Consumerist Is Hiring Technology Folks

You’re reading this site right now, if these words are beaming through your eyeballs into your brain — and you could be working for it, if you’ve got the technological savvy and happen to live in Austin, Texas. [More]

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Calling All Health & Electronics Editors: Consumer Reports Is Hiring

Are you all about electronics? Or maybe you’re in the trenches of health reporting, and seeking a change to your career. If so, today could be the day you find the job you want. Consumer Reports is hiring a Deputy Content Editor for Electronics, and an Investigative Editor and Editor in its Health department. [More]