Antibiotics | U.S. PIRG
By committing to a concrete timeline for reducing antibiotic use in its beef supply chain, Taco Bell is taking an important step to help preserve these life-saving medicines. We're calling on Wendy's to follow their lead. Learn more.
Consumer Tips | U.S. PIRG
Coming on top of the settlement of the massive Equifax data breach, the Capital One breach should serve as a wakeup call to all consumers to hit freeze on their financial identity today to ensure they are protected. Here's how.
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The Food and Drug Administration proposed a rule today that would require new warnings for cigarette packages that depict the health risks of smoking.
Roughly 1 in 5 California schools have detectable levels of lead in their drinking water.
The number of statewide plastic bag bans in the U.S. tripled in June, with Maine, Vermont, Connecticut and Oregon adding themselves to the list.
Adam Garber, the PIRG consumer watchdog, was shocked when he discovered recalled baby rockers at his infant son's day care this June.
Equifax has agreed to pay $650 million two years after its data breach put 147 million people at risk. It's not enough.