Subaru Recalls Quarter Of A Million Cars That Can Lose Power While DrivingSubaru is recalling nearly a quarter million vehicles because they can suddenly lose power while someone is driving. This is due to a faulty part in the engine that can let oil get into areas it shouldn't. 
Beer Is Slipping. Here's What Americans Are Drinking InsteadDomestic brews, such as Budweiser, Coors Light and Miller Light, once dominated the US beverage market. But sales are declining while alternatives are spiking.
TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Home Goods Sold Recalled ItemsThe Consumer Product Safety Commission and Massachusetts-based TJX Companies say that over the past five years, TJ Maxx, Marshalls and Home Goods stores sold 19 products after they were recalled. 
Walmart Hammer Recalled Over Loose GripA hammers sold exclusively at Walmart is being recalled because the grip can come loose. About 200,000 of the Stanley wooden handle hammers were sold between July 2018 and August 2019.
Target And TJMaxx Are Killing Department Stores, Not AmazonDepartment stores like Macy's have a big problem, and it's not Amazon: Discount retailers Target and TJMaxx continue to take their customers.
Star Wars 'Baby Yoda' Toys Are Coming To A Store Near YouFans of Star Wars and the new Disney+ series "The Mandalorian" have another reason to celebrate this holiday season, thanks to toymaker Hasbro and its much-anticipated line of "baby Yoda" merchandise.
Google's Android Version Of iMessage Is Here, But There's A CatchPeople with Android phones in the United States will now be able to opt into the new texting service that Google calls Chat.
CVS Pulls Bottles Of Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder Over Asbestos ConcernsCVS is pulling 22-ounce bottles of Johnson & Johnson baby powder after tests found trace amounts of asbestos in the bottles.
USDA Recalls Ground Beef From Ontario, Canada For Possible E. ColiThe USDA has issued a recall for ground beef imported from Ontario, Canada that may be contaminated with E. Coli.
1 Million Dressers Recalled Over Stability ConcernsThe CPSC said the dressers could tip-over and entrapment children, causing injury or death.
Auto Shop Uses Technology To Take Customers Under The HoodA AAA survey found that two out of three drivers don’t trust auto mechanics but a new technology is helping put drivers at ease.