Fireworks are among the 300 billion in Chinese goods targeted for tariffs.

A new tariff shouldn't affect this year's Fourth of July celebrations since products have already shipped, but next year it could have a big impact.

In fact, Bloomberg says special events later this year, and next year's holiday displays, could be shorter or canceled because of the higher cost.

Fireworks executives say they can't easily be produced outside of China, which invented them.


Samsung revealed that it's possible for your smart TV to get a virus, just like a computer.

The company has a video on its website showing customers how to check for a virus.

Many TVs can scan for viruses automatically but it's helpful to know how to check anyway.


Many parents worry that their kids spend too much time on social media, video games and other digital technology.

Pediatricians tell the Wall Street Journal the red flags for parents include disruption in kids sleep, socializing and outside interests.

Doctors also note that overuse of digital media often accompanies an underlying condition such as anxiety or ADHD.


The Treasury Department recommends mandatory financial literacy classes for college students.

The recommendation comes as student loan borrowers cope with $1.5 trillion in debt.

Debt letters would also be required that would detail interest and average starting salaries for their major