Recall: Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrids Could Shut Down UnexpectedlyThere’s a new recall affecting Prius drivers.
Toys 'R' Us Recalls Clay Craft Kits Over Mold RiskToys "R" Us is recalling about 6,000 "totally me!" clay craft kits after mold was discovered in the clay.
Stop & Shop Recalls Frozen Corn For Possible Listeria ContaminationJust in time for Thanksgiving, Stop & Shop has announced it is recalling corn that could be contaminated.
Massive Recall: Millions Of Fire Extinguishers Could Fail To ActivateNearly 38 million fire extinguishers sold in the United States have plastic handles that could become clogged or require excessive force to discharge.
Fisher-Price Recalls Infant Motion Seats Due To Fire Hazard Fisher Price is urging consumers to immediately stop using a line of infant motion seats and return the model to the company for a full refund.
Recall: 557,000 Dishwasher Units Pose Fire HazardThe machines are being recalled because their power cords were found to overheat in some cases, causing fires.
Veggies Sold At Walmart, Trader Joe's Recalled For Possible ContaminationAttention Walmart and Trader Joe’s shoppers: Vegetable products sold at both retailers have been recalled due to possible contamination.
Ford Recalls 1.3 Million F-150, Super Duty Vehicles Over Door ProblemsThe door may appear closed, but the latch may not fully engage, increasing the risk for a possible injury.
Diono Recall: Car Seats May Not Protect Kids In CrashMore than 500,000 child car seats made by a company called Diono are being recalled because they may not adequately protect children in a crash.
28,000 Jogging Strollers Recalled For Injury Risk To InfantsOne child has fallen from the stroller and received cuts and bruises.
Fiat Chrysler Recalls Nearly 500K Dodge Ram Trucks Over Fire RiskFiat Chrysler announced the recall of nearly half a million Dodge Ram trucks due to the possibility that a water-pump bearing could overheat and catch fire.
'Trolls' Snap Bracelets Recalled, Five Children InjuredThe CPSC said five children were cut when the metal wore through the fabric of their bracelets.