The agency has received 15 complaints that the 3.6-liter V-6 engines stall without warning while coasting to a stop.
Just as two cars may be of vastly different quality even though both have one steering wheel and four tires, not all wire is exactly the same, even though it appears to be on the outside.
The Toyota luxury brand was tops in the J.D. Power and Associates study of quality in 2012 models.
ConAgra Foods Inc. says a lawsuit that claims its Hebrew National products aren't really kosher is without merit.
A top British medical expert says faulty French-made breast implants do not pose any long-term health problems to women.
Websites like the food scandal database 'Throw It Out the Window' underscore the deep anger in China over the country's persistent food safety problem.
"We're not ready to declare victory yet," said Maj. Gen. Charles Lyon, but he claims to be quickly ruling out reasons why pilots' breathing becomes restricted.
Voters will soon decide whether to require special labels for food made from genetically modified ingredients, in a closely watched test of consumer attitudes.
The chocolate nougat crunch ice cream is missing an allergen advisory statement that warns those with nut allergies that it may be unsafe.
NHTSA has been asked to open up an investigation, with one consumer saying that his steering system failed and the vehicle's brakes applied involuntarily.
Michael Dingman has spent much of his life collecting vintage Fords and restoring them, and now some of them are worth nearly $300,000.
A man whose wife died in the recent crash is blaming the companies that designed and built the aircraft, including Boeing and Pratt & Whitney.
Britain's Border Force says it has seized thousands of fake Olympic goods at ports and airports across the U.K. ahead of the London Games.
Federal judge has ordered the FDA to evaluate the safety risks to human health associated with the widespread use of antibiotics in food-producing animals.
A federal grand jury is looking into whether Wright County Egg executives misled the public despite knowledge they were tainted, leading to 62,000 illnesses.
The $100M agreement could help reimburse nearly 2,000 community water systems that had to filter their water of Syngenta's agricultural herbicides.
The FDA says a J&J unit received 227 complaints about various products and most often closed them without a thorough investigation.
A series of new lawsuits nationwide claim Tropicana's juice is so heavily processed it shouldn't be called "natural" by FDA standards.
Agency is warning consumers that a counterfeit version of the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder drug is being sold over the Internet.
The storm struck Louisville, Ky., and damaged about 3,500 of the newly-redesigned Escapes, just as Ford's sales are going up.
U.S. regulators would inspect more drug manufacturing facilities in China, India and other foreign countries in order to ensure quality.
The manufacturer that can minimize CoQ, while producing products the fastest, is the one that will win in today’s market.
As we assess our businesses and our processes, looking for ways to streamline and save time, we look for those elements that add value to our products and services. As much as we come to depend on quality checks and authority approvals, they don’t actually improve or otherwise add value to our outputs. As a result, it becomes standard practice, particularly when exercising improvement programs such as Lean to eliminate checks and approvals.
There is an old saying in quality management: "If it's not written down, the event never took place." A successful QMS consists of written and controlled procedures.