A whistleblower lawsuit accuses Medtronic of bribing doctors at a VA hospital in Kansas to perform dangerous artery-clearing procedures, putting patients at risk of amputations.
ARC Automotive, of Knoxville, Tennessee, has rejected a government demand to recall 67 million airbag inflators due to a risk of explosions.
Federal prosecutors have sued SunSetter Products LP for delaying a recall of motorized awnings that can spring open and kill people.
Johnson & Johnson has offered to pay an $8.9 billion settlement to thousands of people who claim that talcum powder caused them to develop cancer.
A federal grand jury is gathering evidence in a criminal investigation of Goodyear RV tires that are linked to 8 deaths and dozens of injuries.
Safety officials have recalled more than 100,000 home elevators in the past 2 years due to a deadly crush hazard for kids.
A trainer who worked at two Los Angeles high schools has been accused of sexually assaulting at least 10 girls between 2017 and 2022, more than 5 years after the first victim reported him to police.
Lawmakers passed the Camp Lejeune Justice Act, a bill that will let veterans and their families file lawsuits for toxic water contamination.
The U.S. Senate has passed landmark legislation aimed at providing health care benefits for veterans who were exposed to burn pits.
President Joe Biden traveled to Texas to advocate for expanded medical care for thousands of U.S. veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan.