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Sara Ruberg

Sara Ruberg is an associate producer with NBC News.

Sara Ruberg is an associate producer with NBC News.


Latest from Sara Ruberg

8d ago

More travelers risk booking hotel rooms on sites that tack on steep fees

Travelers still face surprise charges from third-party reservation sites, despite years of efforts to curb practices that draw frequent consumer complaints.
8d ago

More travelers risk booking hotel rooms on sites that tack on steep fees

Not all third-party booking platforms charge hidden fees, but consumer advocates warn those that do can be hard to distinguish from hotel’s own sites.
48d ago

Exoskeletons and AI cocktails: A walk through this year’s CES

More than 4,000 companies descended on Sin City this week for the Consumer Electronics Show.
51d ago

'A mouse for your mouth': New device allows users to scroll with their tongues

Touchscreens are going hands-free with a new device that allows users to scroll through smartphones using only their tongues.

Fear of credit card debt adds fuel to the 'Buy Now, Pay Later' surge

Many shoppers are using BNPL services less out of desperation than in an effort to avoid high credit card rates and late fees, but the tactic still holds risks.

Cut from projects, dropped by agents: How the Israel-Hamas war is dividing Hollywood

The entertainment industry is still grappling with how to talk about the war between Israel and Hamas nearly two months after it erupted.

Diageo cites Diddy rape claims in renewed push to keep him out of tequila ads

After settling abuse allegations with the singer Cassie last week, Sean “Diddy” Combs is facing growing scrutiny in the midst of his push to refresh and expand his business portfolio.

Israel-Hamas war misinformation on social media is harder to track, researchers say

Researchers sifting through online content on the crisis say it’s harder to verify information and follow the spread of misleading material than even a year ago.
160d ago

Pandemic aid officials who overpaid vulnerable renters are saying, ‘We messed up, pay us back’

State and local agencies that distributed emergency aid to renters facing eviction are now scrambling to claw back millions of dollars in overpayments.
171d ago

Apple rolls out a new iPhone — and embraces USB-C

Apple will exchange its unique Lightning charging port in the next generation of iPhones and Apple Watches and embrace USB-C.
171d ago

Apple rolls out a new iPhone — and embraces USB-C

Apple will abandon its unique Lightning port in the next generation of iPhones and Apple Watches, the company announced Tuesday.