Facing nearly 20,000 lawsuits from people with cancer, Johnson & Johnson has decided to stop selling talc-based Baby Powder in the U.S. and Canada.
After more than a year of complaints, Harbor Freight recalled 1.7 million Pittsburgh heavy-duty jack stands because they can collapse and cause severe injury or death.
Two class action lawsuits were filed against ADT after a service technician gave himself remote access to spy on 220 customers in Dallas, Texas.
Ramar Foods recalled a limited amount of Peekaboo® Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream due to a potential risk of Listeria food poisoning.
A hospital housekeeper who developed severe coughing and nose bleeds after using OxyCide disinfectant cleaner has filed a lawsuit accusing Ecolab of hiding the product's health risks.
After months of pressure from federal safety officials, Hodedah recalled thousands of 4-drawer dressers due to a tip-over hazard.
A recall was issued for Wild Harvest® Organic Basil after a product tested positive for Cyclospora parasite contamination.
Ohio State University has agreed to pay a $40.9 million settlement to 162 people who were sexually abused by Richard Strauss, a doctor who worked at the university from 1978 to 1998. He died in 2005.
Mag Cube high-powered magnetic ball toys were recalled because they can cause deadly intestinal perforations if a person swallows 2 or more balls.