Michelle Krebs, AutoTrader Executive Analyst
Are American drivers ready to plug in electric cars instead of filling up their gas tank? With longer battery life, and more electric vehicle (EV) options at lower costs, we ask Michelle Krebs of AutoTrader if the U.S. might "go electric" sooner than expected.
New Nigerian Scams
Andrea Day, reporter
It was usually an e-mail from a "prince" in Nigeria asking you to send money, with the promise of a windfall after you do. Now con artists are finding new ways to fleece U.S. victims on dating sites, establishing online relationships leading to fraud. Reporter Andrea Day on how to avoid the newest international scams.
Adam Braun, MissionU founder
College and university degrees don't come with a "money back guarantee". But MissionU is a new kind of school. The one-year program teaches the skills you need to start your career quickly, and major employers are hiring their graduates. But instead of paying your tuition up front, you pay back the San Francisco-based school only after you're working. Will this new school idea take off?
Planning for a Pet
Dr. Katy Nelson, Veterinarian
It's National Adopt a Shelter Dog month, but that cute puppy or adorable kitty isn't an impulse buy. If you're thinking of adding an animal member to your family, Dr. Katy Nelson has tips on what you need to consider. From temperament to training, what you need to plan for before you bring Fluffy or Fido home.
Facial recognition is the technology that replaces passwords and I-Ds on the newest smartphones. But is there a privacy risk?