Safety officials are warning that kids who ride Luyuan youth ATVs can die in high-speed crashes because the ATVs do not have a maximum speed limit.
South Korean officials are investigating whether Hyundai's Kona EV recall actually fixed the problem after another vehicle caught on fire.
Nearly 200,000 ceiling fans from Home Depot were recalled after people were injured by fan blades that broke off when the fan was in use.
Hundreds of Can-Am® Off-Road Screw Jacks were recalled because they can collapse under a lifted vehicle and crush a person to death.
Black & Decker has recalled around 82,000 corded chain saws after a person was injured when the saw turned on without using the switch.
About 77,400 light-up rain boots from Target were recalled after reports of the handles detaching and kids putting broken rivets in their mouths.
Thousands of $1 candles from Dollar Tree were recalled because the high flame poses a serious fire hazard and injury risk.
Huffy recalled about 5,150 ride-on toy vehicles that were exclusively sold at Walmart due to an injury hazard.
Just before Thanksgiving, nearly 1 million Crock-Pot® Express Pressure Cookers were recalled after 99 burn injuries and 119 reports of lids detaching.