Southern California supplier is recalling approximately 7,875 pounds of ready-to-eat Angus Beef patties that may be contaminated with Listeria bacterium.
Flint Hills Resources is proud to announce that three of its Wisconsin fuel terminals have been recognized for earning the Star status under the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration Voluntary Protection Program.
Johnson & Johnson is recalling packages of Tylenol, Sudafed and other drugs manufactured at a Pennsylvania facility that has already been subject to massive recalls.
General Motors is expanding an earlier recall of some 2011 trucks and SUVs to fix a problem that could cause the vehicles' rear axles to lock.
Vermont's attorney general says the state will receive $136,000 as part of a settlement with pharmaceutical manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline over defective drug allegations.
Federal officials have fined U.S. Steel and a subcontractor $175,000 for safety violations found after a coke plant explosion injured at least 15 workers.
Federal health officials are warning doctors and patients that a recent heart drug from Sanofi-Aventis SA has been linked to liver damage in a handful of patients.
Drugmaker unexpectedly halted one late-stage trial of a potential blood thinner and will immediately stop giving the drug in another study to patients who have had a stroke.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp. recalled 31,924 trucks as 14 trucks of the same model have caught fire while running in 11 prefectures nationwide since 2001.
Oregon Attorney General sued Johnson & Johnson, claiming consumers were exposed to defective supplies of Motrin by a delay in public disclosure of a recall.
Authorities confiscated huge caches of dangerous milk powder in the latest bid to root out the melamine-tainted dairy that killed six children in 2008.
Federal workplace safety regulators have cited a plant with 14 serious violations for exposing workers to multiple safety and health hazards at the facility.
U.S. Department of Agriculture says products from One Great Burger were discolored and smelled wrong, totaling more than 200,000 pounds of ground beef products.
Consumer Product Safety Commission will set up office in China in bid to reduce the amount of dangerous products reaching the U.S. market.
Sales froze of poultry, pork and eggs from more than 4,700 farms to stem the spread of food contaminated with cancer-causing dioxin.
Phosgene, commonly used to produce pesticides, painkillers and antibiotics, leaked at a pharmaceutical factory in eastern China, sickening 62 workers.
Medication recalled because some of the tablets in the affected lot are underweight and may not deliver a full dose, which may cause an infection to get worse or recur.
Domestic dairy companies must renew production licenses this year or will be closed, the latest safety measure after melamine-tainted milk products killed six children.
Twenty-four children have been hospitalized with lead poisoning caused by an illegal battery factory in their east China village, state media said Thursday.
Chemical maker to pay $70 million and fund long-term medical monitoring for residents of a West Virginia town who sued over pollution from a zinc smelter and its waste.
Unit of Quality Bicycle Products is recalling approximately 6,500 bicycle handlebar stems because they can crack or break, which could lead riders to fall.
Senator is asking FTC to investigate 'misleading safety claims and deceptive practices' in the selling of new football helmets and reconditioning of used ones.
President is set to sign a $1.4 billion overhaul of the food safety system, giving Washington power to increase inspections and force companies to recall products.
Company that sells tobacco lozenges that dissolve in the mouth said it plans to ask FDA for approval to sell the new item as safer than any competing product.
A Hammond Sanitary District official says a greasy white substance backing up through basement drains into homes appears linked to operations at a Unilever soap factory.