A man who was burned by an Instant Pot DUO 60 Pressure Cooker has filed a lawsuit claiming that it had a defective lid.
About 10,000 battery back-ups for Flo Smart Water Monitors were recalled after reports of the batteries overheating and catching on fire.
About 13,400 Rollerblade® Fury Youth In-Line Skates were recalled because the brake support can fail, which increases the risk of a fall.
The company that makes Geisha Shrimp has expanded a recall to include all 4-oz. cans of medium shrimp because it may be under-processed, which poses a risk of botulism and food poisoning.
About 78,500 Kid Casters® fishing rods for children were recalled due to high levels of lead, a toxic heavy metal that can harm brain development.
A lawsuit has been filed by a woman who was burned when her Ninja Foodi TenderCrisp Pressure Cooker's lid exploded off the pot.
A recall has been issued for 2.2 million fiberglass sledgehammers that were sold since 2013 because the head can break off and hit people.
A lawsuit has been filed against Best Buy after a woman from Texas was burned when she opened the lid on her Insignia Pressure Cooker.
Health officials in Los Angeles, California, have found another person who was infected with Hepatitis A after eating frozen strawberries.