TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen provides step-by-step instructions on how to stop having your browsing history tracked by Facebook, Google...
TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen shows simple way to stop most websites from bombarding you with ads based on your browsing history.
Gas prices are on the rise, but these tips will help you save at the pump.
80 percent of fatalities in rivers, lakes, ponds and the ocean are boys, according to the new report from Safe Kids Worldwide.
Drones are being used to snoop on people, even taking video of their most intimate moments through bedroom and bathroom windows. Here's how to spot them.
Its developers call it the fastest drone in the world: It goes 80 mph and can make deliveries over 100 miles away, and it doesn't even need remote control....
TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen gets an exclusive look.
Fake Uber drivers are kidnapping and assaulting unsuspecting passengers. Jeff Rossen poses as one of them to show you how to avoid becoming a victim.
TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen demonstrates how to locate and delete personal information gathered by Facebook.
TODAY's Jeff Rossen investigated two grocery delivery services to see which one is faster.
TODAY's Jeff Rossen investigated what happens to people's brains when they text and walk.
TODAY's Jeff Rossen explains simple steps to take to make sure your private information on Facebook is safe.
Posting photos of your kids online is a great way to keep friends and family in the loop, but also has dangers. Here's how to avoid "digital kidnappers."
Hackers have new ways to steal your private information while you're on vacation. Jeff Rossen has vital tips to protect your personal data on spring break....
Cruise excursion activities like scuba, zip lining and parasailing have potential hidden dangers. Undercover, the Rossen team show you what to look for.
There are plenty of spring travel deals promoted online, but do the resorts really look like the pictures? Jeff Rossen goes undercover to investigate.
Take steps to protect the personal information on your fitness tracker from scheming hackers: Jeff Rossen explains how.
Are heated runways the solution to canceled flights and skidding planes during bad winter weather? Jeff Rossen looks at a new technology in action.
It's hard to avoid getting sick when your workplace is full of germs. But which part of your office (and ours) has the most? Jeff Rossen investigates.
Are there enough germs in gyms to make you sick? And which place in the gym has the most? Armed with germ meter and test swabs, Jeff Rossen investigates.
In the wake of the false missile alarm in Hawaii, many are questioning our emergency alert system. Given rare access, TODAY national investigative correspondent...
TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports on five red flags that will indicate when an email scammer is trying to access your information....
A potentially dangerous flaw in Amazon's new delivery technology, Amazon Key, could leave your home vulnerable to thieves.
What if all the money were drained from your gift card before you went shopping? An expert warns of a serious security flaw in a popular retailer's cards.
As airlines crack down on luggage containing lithium-ion batteries, TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen shares tips on how to travel safely...
Greedy grinches have set up software to buy hot holiday toys in bulk, then resell them to parents at sky-high prices. Here are tips on what to do.
Bursting pipes can cause damaging flooding in your home. An expert shows Jeff Rossen (and you) simple tips that could save you big bucks this winter.
Millions of people use space heaters in winter. But according to authorities, they are a leading cause of potentially deadly house fires.
With identical DNA, these triplets' home DNA test results should match. But do they?
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.
Makeup samples could make you sick. When Rossen Reports goes undercover to collect store sample makeup and have it analyzed, the results are revealing.
Meet the "drugalyzer," the new gadget designed to tell if you're driving under the influence of marijuana. But does it really work?
Are you one of many iPhone users beset by a glitch that produces the letter A followed by a bar code symbol when you try to type the letter I? It's TODAY national...
Research shows that 30 years ago, you had about 17 minutes to escape a house fire. Today it's only 3 or 4 minutes. Jeff Rossen shows why.
From jewelry to antiques, gift cards to memorabilia, your home may be a trove of hidden treasure that you're not even aware of.
Experts say more than half of all car seats are installed incorrectly — and that can mean the difference between life and death.
"If the calories are going to be there, they should be accurate," nutritionist Keri Glassman told Jeff Rossen.
Experts say that at hotels across the nation, a new push for increased security is on in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, including scanning both you and...
The old helmet test only measured the linear force experienced by the head, but the new test allows the head to move in all directions.
Repeated 911 outages in Cincinnati are being blamed on a private company that could also be running the 911 system where you live.
"Edibles" containing marijuana are spreading at an alarming rate. Now, police are issuing an urgent warning to parents.
This week, Jeff Rossen will be traveling across the country for to collect donations for hurricane victims.