The NHTSA said in an extreme case, overheating of a battery cable in the trunk could lead to a smoldering fire in the floor mat.
Tyson's top executives said they expect demand to recover quickly, but the market will have to adjust due to the recent upswing in concern.
The FDA asked the Mountain View, Calif.-based company to address "observations from a recent facility inspection of a third party manufacturer."
5- and 6-series cars from the 2003 to 2010 model years could a defect that could prevent the car from starting and in extreme cases could lead to a fire.
Shares of the battery maker tumbled by double digits after announcing it would have to replace defective battery modules.
The Sylvania township says their trucks from KME Kovatch violate Ohio lemon laws and are "worthless and/or substantially impaired."
The majority of manufacturers believe they are ahead of or at the curve when it comes to food safety. In fact, only 2 percent believe they are behind the curve as it relates to product safety. Consumers on the other hand feel that the safety of food products has remained static or only slightly improved over the last couple of years. Moreover, consumers in China believe that the safety of the food supply has worsened over the same time period.
Inspectors said the companies failed to clean equipment, maintain proper records, and label products correctly.
British experts at the world's biggest artificial joint registry said metal versions have to be fixed or replaced more often than other implants.
500,000 pounds of pickles, bread and other food is suspected of containing industrial salt, typically used to deice roads, after it was sold to processors.
227,000 AmerTac night lights could suffer from an electrical short circuit that can cause the unit to overhead, smolder, or melt.
Whether it's a made-for-TV band from the 60s or your favorite widget supplier, what makes something the best?
Counterfeit versions of the popular cancer drug Avastin are completely ineffective, but would not likely have a dramatic effect on survival odds.
Subaru's score of 75 out of 100 points helped boot Honda out of the No. 1 spot, while Mazda and Toyota rounded out the top three.
The recalled items include jogging strollers that can suddenly tip over, women's bicycles with breakable frames, and ATVs that tend to veer out of control.
Nissan said it will recall a combined 92,679 units of the three models for a sensor that had been insufficiently tightened and could cause a fuel leakage.
The recalled vehicles, from Toyota, Honda, Subaru and Nissan, could have an ineffective mixture of the gas that inflates the side curtain air bags in a crash.
In the past five years, global competition has forced automakers to improve the quality and reliability of their vehicles — everything from inexpensive mini-cars to decked-out luxury SUVs.
The new infant bottle comes with a plastic syringe that's to be inserted into a flow restrictor for the correct dosage, but the restrictor often falls into the bottle.
Lexus owners reported 86 problems per 100 vehicles, with Chrysler and Dodge performing worst, but the average improved 13 percent over last year.
Johnson and Johnson is becoming notorious for a long string of recalls and poor production practices, which leaves me wondering: How have they managed to avoid any genuine outcry?
Crystal chandeliers made in China have a failed mount, while Tassimo single-cup brewers suffer from plastic discs that can burst, spraying hot liquid.
Makers of Vita Coco have settled a lawsuit claiming its top-selling coconut water drinks do not provide the nutrients promised.
Europe's air safety authority upgraded its previous directive for visual inspections to mandate that planes longest in service be inspected within three weeks.