Samsung recalled 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after 35 reports of batteries spontaneously exploding into flames, causing severe burn injuries and property damage.
Recalls have been issued for Family Care®, Rugby®, and Major® brand eyewash due to bacterial contamination that could cause a severe, sight-threatening eye infection.
At least 44 people in Virginia were infected with hepatitis A after eating frozen strawberries at Tropical Smoothie Café.
A woman who was injured by a Meridian® blood clot filter made by C.R. Bard has filed a lawsuit.
McDonald's pulls the "Step-It" fitness-tracking watches out of Happy Meals after an Arkansas mom reports skin irritation and burns.
A federal judge overseeing 7,200 Xarelto lawsuits has picked a case involving a man who experienced severe gastrointestinal bleeding for the first "bellwether" trial in February 2017.
Scallops served at Genki Sushi restaurants in Hawaii have been linked to an outbreak of hepatitis A that sickened 168 people since April.
At least 42 people are sick across the nation after eating flour contaminated with E. coli. The recall has expanded to include two flavors of Betty Crocker cake mix.
Two women who were injured by IVC filters made by Cook Medical have joined a federal litigation in Indiana where around 550 other lawsuits have already been filed.
To no one's surprise, Lyle Jeffs absconded the law when set free amid charges of ripping off Utah's food stamp program for at least $12 million to fund his cult of brotherly love and preteen brides.