IKEA recalled 29 million chests and dressers because they can tip over if not anchored to the wall. They do not meet voluntary industry standard to withstand the weight of a 50-pound child climbing on the drawers.
Samsung has recalled 3 million top-loading washing machines because they can blow apart and severely injure anyone nearby.
Wright Medical Technology has agreed to pay a $240 million settlement to resolve most of the lawsuits involving their metal-on-metal hip replacements.
Keyless ignitions are convenient, and not just for car-owners. Thieves "hack" wireless keys to effortlessly break inside. It is a big problem — about 100 million cars are vulnerable.
A woman who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using Johnson's Baby Powder on her genitals for 45 years has been awarded $70 million by a jury in St. Louis Circuit Court.
A jury in California has awarded over $18 million to a man who was diagnosed with mesothelioma after exposure to talcum powder in cosmetic products.
Volkswagen pays the largest consumer class action settlement in U.S. history for selling diesels that cheat emissions tests and emit high levels of smog on the road.
Mylan N.V., maker of the EpiPen Auto Injector, is facing tough questions from lawmakers over a massive price increase for the potentially life-saving allergy treatment.