Amneal Pharmaceuticals recalled bottles of a liquid heartburn drug called nizatidine due to a cancer-causing chemical impurity.
Conagra recalled over 130,000 pounds of Healthy Choice® frozen chicken bowls because they may be contaminated with small rocks.
About 56,000 Lenox teapots were recalled after people were severely burned by hot water exploding out of the top.
A growing number of small business owners have filed lawsuits against insurance companies for denying "business interruption" claims during the coronavirus outbreak.
A woman from Florida filed lawsuits against 5 popular fast-food chains claiming she got sick from toxic chemicals in polystyrene food boxes.
Another company has recalled enoki mushrooms from Korea due to potential contamination with Listeria, a bacteria that can cause severe food poisoning or pregnancy complications.
Homestead Creamery Inc., a creamery based in Virginia, recalled unsalted butter after a routine test was positive for Listeria.
Kawasaki issued two separate recalls for about 80,000 MULE Pro off-highway utility vehicles due to serious fire and crash hazards.
Southern Motion recalled about 2,300 "Wireless Power" reclining sofas and chairs because the battery can overheat and catch on fire.