The United States Government filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), charging the company with building and selling diesel engines that violate the Clean Air Act.
A jury in Florida ordered Starbucks to pay $100,000 to a mom who was severely burned by a hot coffee spill at the drive-thru window.
Graco recalled over 25,000 "My Ride 65" car seats because the harness webbing can break and fail to protect a child in a crash.
After the death of a plumber in New Hampshire, about 6,300 Blomberg and Summit electric ranges were recalled for a shock and electrocution hazard.
A man who accidentally cut off his finger while using a table saw has agreed to a $2 million settlement with Ryobi Technologies, Inc.
Douglas Company Inc. is recalling about 25,000 children’s plush toys over concerns that the plastic eyes can detach, which poses a choking hazard.
Toyota, Subaru, Mazda, and BMW will pay a $553 million class action lawsuit settlement to compensate consumers for out-of-pocket expenses and loaner vehicle costs due to Takata airbag recalls.
South Korea has ordered Hyundai and Kia to recall approximately 240,000 vehicles for five types of defects initially raised by a whistleblower.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is recalling over 1.25 million pickup trucks worldwide to fix a deadly airbag software error linked to at least two injuries, including one death.