Jury selection is underway in St. Louis for the 3rd trial involving a woman who developed ovarian cancer after using Johnson's baby powder.
Samsung and U.S. safety regulators are warning that top-loading washing machines made between March 2011 and April 2016 can explode and cause severe injuries and/or property damage.
Over half a million YoYo Sparklers were recalled last year after 12 people were seriously injured on the 4th of July, including a man from Georgia with 3rd-degree burns who filed a lawsuit.
Just days after returning to stores in three states, Blue Bell Creameries has recalled cookie dough ice cream yet again for Listeria contamination. No illnesses have been reported, but Listeria can cause deadly food poisoning and miscarriages.
Tropical Smoothie Café is facing several lawsuits and a class action after strawberries from Egypt were linked to an outbreak of hepatitis A. Health officials have confirmed 102 illnesses in Virginia, plus dozens of cases in 7 other states.
Alere Inc. has recalled the INRatio Monitor and Test Strips because they may produce erroneously low readings. This could result in a patient overdosing on blood-thinning medications and experiencing severe, life-threatening bleeding.