IKEA recalled about 33,000 USB charging cables after at least 9 people were burned or suffered electrical shocks.
About 15.5 million Toshiba Laptop AC Adaptors were recalled after 43 people were burned when the adaptors overheated or caught on fire.
More than 80,000 MSR camping cooking pots were recalled because the pot handle can break off or loosen, posing burn injury hazards from spilling hot food or liquids.
Nearly 150,000 propane tanks were recalled in New Hampshire and Boston because they can leak gas, posing a fire hazard.
About 5,000 Bell Youth Soquel Helmets were recalled because the strap anchor can break off the helmet, which poses a head injury risk.
About 1,800 Frigidaire Rear-Controlled Ranges were recalled because the control panel can detach and cause severe electrical shocks.
Char-Broil has recalled about 215,000 Digital Electric Smokers after at least 79 people suffered electrical shocks after touching the smokers.
More than 25,000 CableMod adapters have been recalled after causing at least $74,500 in property damage.
Consumer Reports is pushing for a recall of two types of beside bassinets that can tilt and cause babies to roll over and suffocate.
Husqvarna recalled more than 403,000 gas-powered grass trimmers after 12 reports of fires, electrical sparking, and a serious burn injury.