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  • Car seat alert: A winter coat could endanger your child

    02:46
  • Rossen Reports: Can new device detect peanuts in food?

    04:43
  • Rossen Reports: How new DNA tech can help get stolen items back

    04:17
  • Rossen Reports: Uber vs. Lyft, which one is cheaper and faster?

    03:47
  • Rossen Reports: How to stay safe if stranded during a storm

    04:08
  • Rossen Reports exclusive: Your first look at faster TSA screening technology

    02:49
  • Can you taste the difference between boxed and expensive wine?

    05:51
  • Rossen Reports: How to prevent a Christmas tree fire

    03:49
  • Rossen Reports: Which curbside grocery pickup is the quickest?

    05:06
  • Rossen Reports: How to avoid fake Uber or Lyft drivers

    04:51
  • Rossen Reports: How to fend off holiday scammers and tech thieves

    06:38
  • Rossen Reports: New school bus technology will help prevent crashes

    04:50
  • Rossen Reports: Inside the training system police use to prepare for shootings

    03:30
  • Rossen Reports: The 1 simple trick to help you find your lost cell phone

    05:43
  • Is the new iPhone shatterproof? Jeff Rossen investigates

    04:46
  • Beat the tariffs: how to save money as prices set to rise

    05:21
  • Rossen Reports Spot the Pot: Schools using marijuana test kit to show results instantly

    03:51
  • Rossen Reports Spot the Pot: Is your teen hiding drugs right under your nose?

    04:58
  • Fire safety: Can your bedroom door keep flames and smoke out?

    04:29
  • What areas of planes and airports are the germiest?

    04:28

Rossen Reports update: How to spot fake eyewear for the solar eclipse

04:58

A total solar eclipse will block out the sun’s light in cities across the United States on Monday – and people are cashing in on the excitement. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen has it all covered, from how to spot fake protective glasses, to how much people are paying to visit a city in the path of the eclipse.