The FDA is warning that PC Organics baby food pouches sold in Canada were recalled due to a risk of dangerous bacterial growth.
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.
Textron has recalled Bad Boy and Bone Collector XTO off-road vehicles that do not have seat belts, posing a risk of severe injury in rollover accidents. The family of a 14-year-old boy who died in 2014 has filed a lawsuit.
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.
Honda recalled 634,000 of its 2011-2016 Odyssey minivans about six years after receiving reports of 2nd-row seats flipping forward during braking. Owners filed nearly 700 warranty claims by the time Honda decided to fix the safety hazard.
Stryker Orthopedics has agreed to pay at least $300,000 to people who needed revision surgery for a bad hip replacement with the recalled Rejuvenate or ABG II before December 19, 2016.
The settlement ends wrongful death lawsuits filed by the families of three boys who died when the now-recalled IKEA dressers tipped over.
Aria Child Inc. recalled 29,400 Qbit baby strollers because they can suddenly collapse or pinch a caregiver's hand during unfolding. At least 18 children and parents were injured by bumps, bruises, falls, broken bones, or cuts that needed stitches.
Toys R Us stops selling a ride-on Tonka truck after a family in Washington state said it burst into flames in the back of their actual pickup truck on the way home from the store. Good thing it wasn't under...