Nearly 5 million homes don't have a smoke alarm installed. And in many homes that do, there's another problem: The smoke alarms don't work.
Millions of people use space heaters in winter. But according to a new warning, they are a leading cause of potentially deadly house fires.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, TODAY national investigative reporter Jeff Rossen reveals a new way to save big money on jewelry: a gemstone called moissanite....
The colder it gets, the higher your utility bills spike, from hot water to heat. But there are little things you can do to save big money.
It's one mistake parents make in the winter: putting your child in a car seat wearing their winter coat. And it can be a deadly one.
Dramatic video shows a laptop exploding and catching fire four times. The suspected cause is the computer's lithium-ion battery.
The snowstorm walloping the Northeast is causing icy and unsafe conditions for millions. NBC's Jeff Rossen demonstrates winter survival hacks using items around...
Regardless of whether the Patriots or the Falcons are victorious in Super Bowl 51, the real winners may be Houston homeowners.
Hackers are now posing as major companies like Netflix to trick you into handing over sensitive information. Some emails can look like they came from a friend...
Launching a new weekend series updating Rossen Reports from the past, TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen presents still-timely information...
Samsung announced it was recalling nearly 3 million defective washing machines. But some consumers say the washers are still dangerous.
TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen set out to find the best workout to burn off those holiday pounds.
During the New Year's holiday, 36 percent of all traffic deaths involve drunk driving. Rossen Reports stages a revealing social experiment.
Three simple new hacks are designed to save you time, money and hassles during this busy travel season: HotelTonight, Balanzza and LugLoc.
FOODsniffer ads say it can advise you instantly if meat, fish or poultry you're about to serve is fresh and safe to eat. Does it work?
Tempur-Pedic mattress, Sky Bedding mattress protector, Whip-It stain remover: Do these products really work as well as it looks in TV ads?
Angry Mama microwave cleaner, the Rollie Eggmaster, the Eggstractor: Do these kitchen products work as well as they appear to in their ads?
Do vacuum robots actually work as well as they appear to in their ads? The Rossen Reports team tries the Dyson 360 Eye and the Roomba 980.
Spray Perfect spray-on nail polish, Nina Silk hair removal, Secret Extensions: Do they really work "as seen on TV"?
Rossen Reports reveals how a small, high-tech gadget could give criminals full access to your car... and tells what you can do to stop them.
Apps you can download onto your kids' phones can enable you to monitor their web history, texts, phone calls... even their exact location.
The Rossen Reports team tries out new apps and technology that promise to protect women and help them avoid attackers.
TODAY's investigative reporter Jeff Rossen went undercover with retail expert Andrea Worach to learn tips to save money while shopping for the holidays. From...
With Thanksgiving coming, many of us are buying wine. But can your guests really tell if they're drinking a fancy vintage, or wine in a box?
Some movie theaters can get so loud, they hit unsafe levels that could be damaging your hearing without your even knowing it, experts warn.
If your dog could talk, what would it say? TODAY's Jeff Rossen investigates "pet psychics" who claim to be able to tell you... for a price.
Haunted house attractions warn you not to enter if you have health problems. Wearing medical monitors, Jeff Rossen dares to investigate why.
Believe it or not, gas explosions are more common than you think.
The Rossen Reports team enlisted identical twins to test two makeup looks — one from drugstore brands and the other from designer brands.
Could you taste the difference between bottled water and tap water if you didn't know which was which? NBC national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen...
The Rossen Reports team checked out the three largest cities in the U.S. to see if they passed the 'germ test.'
In just seconds, thieves are able to sneak into cars and snatch purses and belongings as people pump gas unsuspectingly. Police say they are targeting potential...
Paul Worley of the North Carolina Department of Transportation offers TODAY's Jeff Rossen some useful reminders.
Too much screen time? In a hidden camera experiment, two moms try extreme measures to distract their 6-year old daughters from their iPads.
From big backpacks to sugary lunches to emergency contact information, Rossen Reports offers advice to keep your kids safe this school year.
Rossen Reports finds sizable differences between the results recorded by some of the most popular fitness-tracking apps and devices.
"Off peak" travel doesn't have to leave you bad off. Rossen Reports finds luxury for less at three off-season destinations.
Can people tell the difference between clothes bought at retail stores and those from an outlet? Rossen Reports set up an experiment to see.
Experts say vendors often charge more for weddings than any other event. On hidden camera, Jeff Rossen compares costs for the same services.
Jeff Rossen demonstrates three new home security products that alert you instantly wherever you are, and even help you scare intruders away.
Do you really need to spend a lot for your morning coffee, or is the cheap stuff just as good? Jeff Rossen set up a blind taste test to see.
Why do those games at carnivals and state fairs often seem impossible to win? Jeff Rossen reveals how three common games are often rigged.