Little Tikes Toddler Swings Recalled For Defective SeatsMore than half a million Little Tikes 2-in-1 Snug’n Secure pink toddler swings have been recalled because the plastic seat can crack or break.
IKEA Beach Chairs Can Collapse, Cut Off Fingertips; Recall OrderedSwedish furniture maker IKEA has recalled a number of beach chairs because the chairs can amputate fingertips or collapse during use.
FDA Warns Of Teething Products Containing High Levels Of Toxic SubstanceThe FDA is warning consumers against infant teething products that contain higher amounts of belladonna than what’s listed on the label.
Thousands Of Rock Salt Lamps Recalled Over Fire DangerThey may look nice in your home, but a popular gift is being recalled because it can start a fire.
Mitsubishi Recalls 50K Outlander Sport SUV After Rear Hatches Fall On PeopleMitsubishi is recalling more than 50,000 Outlander Sport SUVs because the rear hatch lift gate can suddenly fall on people.
Cuisinart Recalls 8 Million Food Processors Because Blades Can Crack, BreakAbout 8 million Cuisinart food processors are being recalled because their riveted blades can crack and break.
Black Friday Online Sales Hit New HighHoliday shoppers eager to snag big discounts turned to the internet in record fashion this week, one tracking company said, driving online sales on Black Friday to a new high.
Feds Wants Phone Makers To Lock Out Most Apps For DriversThe government wants smartphone makers to lock out most apps when the phone is being used by someone driving a car.
Heinz Homestyle Gravy Recalled Over Mislabeling ConcernsHundreds of cases of Heinz brand gravy are being voluntarily recalled because they may have been mislabeled.
Call Kurtis: Deadly Airbags Are Still On The RoadThe Takata airbag recall is so huge that carmakers can't get all the vehicles on the road fixed right away.
Call Kurtis: Confusion Over Street Sweeping Tickets In SacramentoA Call Kurtis investigation finds the city has written millions of dollars in street cleaning tickets when it was not sweeping the streets.
GM Laying Off 2,000 Workers As Sales SlowFalling demand for cars is forcing General Motors to lay off more than 2,000 workers indefinitely at two assembly plants in Ohio and Michigan starting in January.