The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) rolling list of potentially dangerous hand sanitizers has just expanded -- again.
Home Depot is recalling nearly 200,000 ceilings fans after reports of the blades detaching and injuring people.
More than 92,000 pounds of select frozen Lean Cuisine baked chicken meals are being recalled after several consumers complained of finding hard white plastic in the product.
Officials warned that the Sure Scents 2-1 Peaceful Stream/Moonlit Waves Candles could pose fire and burn hazards due to high flames.
Hyundai is recalling 130,000 vehicles over concerns their engines could fail.
Just days before Thanksgiving, Sunbeam Products is voluntarily recalling more than 900,000 of its Crock-Pot 6-Quart Express Crock Multi-Cookers for a potential burn hazard.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ordered General Motors to recall nearly 6 million pickup trucks over issues with an airbag inflator.
Ring has recalled 350,000 video doorbell cameras because they could catch fire if installed incorrectly. It has received 23 reports of doorbells catching fire and eight reports of minor burns.
The dog food recall was initiated over concerns the products contain above-limit levels of aflatoxin, a mold byproduct.
Acella Pharmaceuticals, LLC recalled NP Thyroid tablets after testing found the lots to be "sub potent," the FDA said.
Pre-rolled marijuana cigarettes that were distributed across Michigan have been recalled out of Bay City, Mich. after they were found to be contaminated with human saliva.
Ford is recalling more than 217,000 pickup trucks to fix a problem with the daytime running lights. The recall covers certain F-150 trucks with LED headlights from the 2018 through 2020 model years.
Contigo has reissued its recall of 5.7 million children’s water bottles due to the replacement lid provided in the first recall presenting a choking hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said.
Officials said the buckles on the carriers can break, causing baby to possibly fall out.
The problem could affect as many as 12.3 million vehicles in the U.S. made by six companies. It's possible that as many as eight people were killed when air bags didn't inflate. U.S. safety regulators are investigating.
The recall involves certain Toyota and Lexus vehicles over a fuel pump issue that could cause affected vehicles to stall.
Editor’s Note: There was no new expansion of the recall in December 2019, as a previous version of this story suggested. The original expansion of the recall was in January 2019, and the first recall was in November 2018. All six lots affected by the recall have expired, with the latest expiration date being in December 2019. Consumers who previously purchased any of the six lots recalled (listed here) are still welcome to request a refund from Tris Pharma, Inc. The company said there is no deadline to do this, emphasizing that none of the six lots should be consumed due to expiration dates. Tris Pharma, Inc. also said Thursday that none of the six lots were on the shelves since last January’s expansion of the recall. All ibuprofen drops on the market and shelves now are safe and within the recommended dose, the company said.
General Motors is recalling Cadillac CT6 sedans, Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 pickup trucks to fix problems with brake controls and battery cables.
The affected product, called El Monterey Signature Burrito Egg, Sausage & Cheese, was shipped to retail locations nationwide.
Takata has discovered a new problem with its air bags that has led to at least one death.