WASHINGTON — Everybody knows you shouldn’t go grocery shopping when you’re hungry: You end up buying a lot more food than you really need. But a new study suggests that the same is true for other…
WASHINGTON — A new year may mean a new budget — and one publication is highlighting some of the things not worth your hard-earned money. Marketwatch.com’s list of 10 things not to buy in 2015 includes…
WASHINGTON — Are you the ultimate procrastinator when it comes to holiday shopping? We say it lot, but now it’s real: Time is running out to get that Christmas shopping done. But if you haven’t…
Dozens of needy kids got a holiday surprise from a bunch of Redskins players Tuesday night.
The Monday after Thanksgiving is serious business. But amid the good deals, the scammers are waiting for you, too.
From Springfield Town Center to Tysons, from the Mall in Columbia to the Mall at Prince Georges, the holiday shopping season is in
full swing — and so is the competition to find the best parking spot.
Consumers will spend billions of dollars on gift cards this
holiday season. General purpose cards, store and online cards are among the most
The holiday shopping season is approaching, so it\’s time to think about ways to score the best deals at retailers.
Move over, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The best day for finding deals online could be Thanksgiving.
With planning and shopping techniques, it is possible to save hundreds of dollars on groceries.
Shoppers began lining up outside the newly reinvented Springfield Town Center hours before the grand opening Friday morning eager to see what replaced the retail hub once known as the Springfield Mall.
When it comes to this list, you can skip the pricey name brands in favor of the generic version.
The Tysons Galleria is home to some of the nation\’s most upscale retailers — Hugo Boss, Cartier, Burberry, Chanel, Coach, Gucci, Saks Fifth Avenue. Its signs don\’t match its ritz.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s highest court has ruled that a subsidiary of Nordstrom Inc. can’t use its own error to avoid more than $2 million in state taxes. The Daily Record of Baltimore (http://tinyurl.com/qzdot5n)…
A bill in Maryland\’s General Assembly would prohibit Maryland retailers from using consumer cellphone Wi-Fi signals to track their shopping habits, unless merchants post notices at store entrances.