The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is announcing a nationwide recall of over 90,000 bicycles because the bicycle chain can break, causing a rider to lose control and fall.
A North Carolina-based company is announcing a nationwide recall of their wooden bunk beds due to cracked guard rails that could pose a fall hazard.
Some birth control pills are being recalled because of a packaging error that could lead to unexpected pregnancies.
Thousands of dehumidifiers are being recalled for a second time after being blamed for more house fires.
Nine companies are recalling 2 million bottles and jugs of the gel fuel used in outdoor decorations known as firepots because of the risk of serious burns.
You might want to double-check your freezer before reaching for a refreshingly sweet summertime treat. Popsicle brand products is issuing a recall due to a packaging error and known allergen mislabeling.
After a 3-year-old boy died from suffocation, Big Lots is voluntarily recalling 30,000 bunk beds.
More than two million STIHL power tools for the yard are being recalled because of a potential fire or burn danger.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling the cribs because the drop-side rail hardware can break or fail, allowing the drop side to detach from the crib, putting infants at risk of strangulation.
A northeastern Indiana snack maker is recalling packages of Better Made Corn Pops because the packaging doesn’t indicate the presence of milk in the product.