A braking problem has prompted Honda to recall nearly a quarter of a million vehicles worldwide.
Subaru of America is recalling more than 47,000 cars and SUVs with remote starters because the engines can start on their own.
More trouble for Toyota as the automaker issues a pair of recalls to fix faulty air bags and defective windshield wipers on over one million vehicles in the United States.
If you recently purchased any salmon from Whole Foods Market, you might want to think twice before eating it.
You like the way it looks and even haggle on the price, but that used car that you’re thinking of buying may have a hidden hazard that can’t find under the hood and no one is required to tell you.
Ford Motor Co. is recalling more than 89,000 2013 Escape SUVs and Fusion sedans because officials say the engines can overheat and cause fires.
Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Inc. has recalled dozens of lots of its generic version of cholesterol drug Lipitor because some may contain tiny glass particles, the latest in a string of manufacturing deficiencies that once led U.S. regulators to bar imports of the Indian company’s medicines.
Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Inc. is recalling more than 40 lots of atorvastatin pills — the generic version of the popular statin Lipitor — over possible glass contamination.
There’s a recall that parents need to know about. A children’s safety equipment manufacturer has agreed to recall about 220,000 infant travel beds after reports of one infant’s death and nine others entrapped or distressed while sleeping inside the portable tents.
More trouble for Toyota which announced Wednesday it would recall around 2.77 million vehicles worldwide, including certain models of the Prius. The recall was prompted by problems with the vehicle’s steering shaft and electric-powered motor pumps. This is Toyota’s second major recall in as many months.