Volkswagen recalled thousands of cars due to a flawed wiring system that could bring the car to a complete stop when the horn is used.
Pfizer subsidiary Greenstore LLC is voluntarily recalling bottles of depression medication Citalopram and the popular prostate drug Finasteride, as both labels may have been switched.
This week’s recalls may make consumers think twice before using axes with embeddable knives or dressing their children like teenagers. Then again, probably not.
Hyundai Motor Co. is recalling Elantra sedans to fix faulty air bag sensors that could cause the front air bag to malfunction.
Honda is recalling about 18,000 Civics from the 2011 model year to prevent fuel from leaking from the car's fuel tank.
Federal officials have taken action against McNeil Consumer Healthcare, the subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson whose manufacturing deficiencies have caused several extensive recalls during the past 12 months.
Thousands of wine bottle openers sold on the popular home shopping network have been recalled due to concerns that they pose a laceration hazard.
A Kansas manufacturer is recalling approximately 14,158 pounds of ground beef products due to possible E. coli contamination.
Children’s product recalls increased in 2010, but not because kids’ products are becoming less safe.
If you bought reduced fat peanut butter lately, it could make you very sick.