Another outbreak of E. coli has been linked to sprouts on Jimmy John's sandwiches, with 14 illnesses reported in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Texas, and Utah since January 6.
A pair of recalls were issued by Home Depot and Safavieh for dressers that failed stability tests and pose a tip-over hazard.
Jimmy John's said it will stop serving sprouts after the FDA linked its sandwiches to 5 outbreaks of E. coli and Salmonella since 2012.
Browning recalled about 1,265 leather pistol holders after a report of the holster design switching off the safety switch on a firearm.
Kolcraft recalled inclined sleeper accessories for bassinets due to a suffocation hazard for babies.
Contigo recalled the replacement lids for 5.7 million kids' water bottles due to a choking hazard, nearly 6 months after the original lids were recalled for the same reason.
Honda recalled 2018-2020 Odyssey minivans after 3 fires were linked to a wiring defect in a third-row power outlet.
The FDA issued another warning to pet owners after antibiotic-resistant Salmonella was found in a store-bought sample of Aunt Jeni's Frozen Raw Pet Food.
After the diet pill Belviq was linked to an increased risk of cancer, the FDA demanded that drug-makers pull it off the market in the U.S.