Supreme Court has ruled that a who lost four fingers in a workplace accident cannot sue the British maker of the equipment in New Jersey.
Agency is conducting an independent review of research on public health impact of one of the few growth sectors of the shrinking cigarette business.
Several outraged cigarette makers have threatened lawsuits, arguing the move illegally diminishes the value of their trademarks.
Drug maker reached a settlement with 37 states for selling potentially faulty and contaminated medicines produced at its former Puerto Rico factory.
Supreme Court says generic drug makers aren't responsible for warning consumers of dangers on the package's label when brand-name equivalent doesn't.
Samsung to release results of a probe into conditions at its South Korean factories after employee illnesses and deaths raised fears of cancer risks.
Atlas Copco has developed the Tool Location System.
According to CECOR, used shipping drums may seem like a cheap way to handle waste, but the inconvenience of transporting and the risk of injury could be costly. They offer the TX-55PL Drum Tank.
Automaker plans to offer inflatable rear seat belts on the Ford Flex, a seven-passenger crossover wagon, and two unnamed Lincoln vehicles.
In the most significant change in 25 years, FDA released nine warning labels that depict in graphic detail the negative health effects of tobacco use.
A BP contractor agreed to pay $75 million to settle all potential claims between the companies over last year's deadly rig explosion and massive oil spill.
Regulators would share more information with foreign counterparts as part of a multi-faceted strategy to police the safety of millions of imported goods.
Head of the IAEA urged a worldwide review of safety measures but acknowledged that his organization lacks the authority to enforce rules.
Time after time, NRC officials have decided that original regulations were too strict, arguing safety margins could be eased without peril, AP says.
About 30,000 bunk beds have been recalled because of the threat of children becoming entrapped in the bed, a federal consumer agency said.
Supreme Court will let two West Virginia residents revive a lawsuit over anti-cholesterol drug Baycol, which was pulled from the market in 2001.
Automaker recalling over 11,000 cars, minivans and other models because their steering could fail due to a missing or incorrectly installed rivet.
French health authorities have ordered a recall of hamburger patties after five children were contaminated with E. coli.
Agency investigating explosion that killed three men cited a chemical plant for 18 violations, 16 of them considered serious and one labeled 'willful.'
Millions suffer from lead poisoning despite a crackdown on contamination, and officials are trying to cover up the problem, a rights group alleges.
Federal government has cited Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. and two contractors with 25 safety violations at the company's Tupelo, Miss. plant.
China's nuclear regulators have given the country's reactors a clean bill of health following inspections ordered after the disaster in Japan.
Regulators said that the pathogen was found in several spots along the production line that come in direct contact with food.
Operator of damaged nuclear plant is installing rooftop vents and taking other safety measures at two more nuclear plants to prevent another crisis.