Hyundai issued a stop-sale for 2019-2020 Kona electric vehicles and asked owners to park outside after 13 battery fires were reported.
Safety officials are warning consumers not to charge or use the New High-Tech X1-5 hoverboard due to a life-threatening fire hazard.
Michaels recalled 14,000 tassel keychain power banks because the lithium-ion batteries can catch on fire.
A lawsuit was filed by a man who claims that an exploding LG phone battery caused injuries that ended his basketball career.
Amazon, of Seattle, Washington, is recalling about 260,000 AmazonBasics portable power banks due to a possible fire hazard.
HP is recalling more laptop batteries that can overheat and catch on fire, adding to a decade-long list involving over 500,000 batteries and 125 incidents since 2005.
Toshiba is expanding a recall to include about 200,000 lithium-ion laptop batteries because they can overheat and catch on fire, posing burn injury hazards to consumers.