Consumer Safety Group Warns Parents About Fisher-Price's Rock 'N Play After Reports Of 10 Infant DeathsThe CPSC is warning parents to stop using Fisher-Price’s Rock ‘N Play after reports of 10 infant deaths since 2015.
Subaru Recalling More Than 2 Million Vehicles Over Possible Ignition ProblemsIt's Subaru's biggest recall ever.
86 Tons Of Boston Market Frozen Meals Recalled Because They May Be Contaminated With Glass Or PlasticIf you recently bought some frozen meals from Boston Market and they're still in your freezer, you might want to pull them out and look them over.
Jennie-O Recalls More Than 164,000 Pounds Of Raw Ground Turkey For Possible Salmonella ContaminationThe ground turkey products were produced on Oct. 22, 2018 and Oct. 23, 2018.
8 Dog Food Brands Recalled For Potentially Harmful Levels Of Vitamin DIs your dog safe?
NHTSA Wants You To Complain About Cars MoreGovernment officials want more people to complain about auto safety problems. The NHTSA is proposing a rule requiring automakers put labels on sun visors of new vehicles with instructions on how to file safety complaints.
Homeopathic Kids' Products Recalled Due To BelladonnaThe recalled products contain varying levels of belladonna extract, which can be dangerous or fatal when consumed in large doses, according to the FDA.
Samsung Is Sending Fireproof Boxes And Safety Gloves For Note 7 ReturnsSamsung is serious about getting its Note 7 phones back from customers in a safe manner.
Infant Bathtub Slings Recalled Due To Drowning RiskBaby product brand, Summer Infant, has issued a voluntary recall of 86,000 fabric slings attached Lil' Luxuries brand bathtubs.
Nissan Recall: Park Away From Buildings If This HappensNissan is recalling 120,000 cars because of fire risk -- and warning drivers to park away from buildings if there's trouble.
GM Issues 6 More RecallsThe largest is for faulty seats in just over 475,000 cars and small SUVs. Other problems include incomplete welds on seat brackets, turn signal failures, power steering failures and more.
GM Recalls 7.6 Million More Cars Over Ignition Switch DefectGeneral Motors is recalling at least 7.6 million more vehicles dating back to 1997 to fix faulty ignition switches as the company's safety crisis continues to grow.