Safety 1st Strollers Recalled Due To Safety issueDorel Juvenile is recalling about 20-thousand strollers sold under the brand name Safety 1st due to a defect that could cause a child to fall out.
Ford Recalls Over 88K Vehicles Due To Stalling ProblemFord issued a recall on more than 88,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. over concerns the engines could stall without warning.
McDonald's Recalls Millions Of Happy Meals Fitness BandsMcDonald's has issued a recall of millions of fitness bands given away in Happy Meals due to concerns they might cause skin irritations or burns to children.
Toyota Recalls Older Models That Could Lose ControlFor a third time, Toyota is recalling 337,000 vehicles.
Recalled: Transmission Sensors That Could Shift To Neutral Without WarningAn automotive parts company is recalling 505,000 control sensors that could make some transmissions shift into neutral without warning.
Starbucks Recalls Stainless-Steel Straws That Can Cause CutsStainless-steel straws sold by Starbucks are being recalled after reports of children suffering “mouth lacerations” while using them.
Recalled Cars Out In Some South Florida ShowroomsMillions of cars under recall in the U.S. might be out on the car dealer showroom and some buyers may not even know it.
Krusteaz Pancake Mix Recalled Over Possible Health RisksContinental Mills is recalling its Krusteaz blueberry pancake mix over possible health risks.
IKEA Recalls 29-Million Dressers, ChestsFollowing the death of three children, IKEA is pulling the plug on 27-million dressers and chests that regulators say can tip over too easily.
Kellogg's Recalls Snacks Over Traces Of PeanutsKellogg is the latest company to recall some of its snacks because they may contain traces of peanuts.
Frito-Lay Issues Recall Over Peanut Allergy ConcernsFrito-Lay is recalling a number of their Rold Gold products over concerns they may have peanut residue.
Seven Automakers Add 4.4M Vehicles To Takata RecallSeven automakers are adding nearly 4.4 million vehicles to the massive Takata air bag inflator recall.