OSHA officials say the airline violated whistleblower protection laws when it terminated the pilot after a sudden spike in the number of his reports detailing mechanical failures.
BMW of North America is voluntarily recalling nearly 89,000 Mini vehicles because of a water pump malfunction that could cause a fire.
Nigeria's government believes a "gas kick" — a major build up of gas pressure from drilling — was responsible.
Mother of two says she feels relief after she was given the chance to demolish the factory where her father was fatally scalded in 1995 in a steam accident.
America's insatiable desire for juice has led to a situation where 85 percent of the apple juice we drink is imported from the likes of China.
The FDA will collect hundreds of millions of dollars in new fees from pharmaceutical companies to help speed up the review of generic drugs.
Coca-Cola acknowledged it was the company that alerted federal regulators about low levels of fungicide in its own, and competitors', orange juice.
Dow maintains it was not responsible for the catastrophe, which killed 15,000 Indians and occurred 16 years before it bought Union Carbide.
Federal regulators said J&J could face fines for selling faulty insulin pumps and delaying disclosures of serious injuries to diabetics who used them.
One of the two vehicles recalled is the model 2001-2002 Escape SUV, which are plagued by leaking brake fluid that could lead to a fire.
Investigators looking into an outbreak of listeria in cantaloupe linked to 30 deaths last year found that third-party auditors were severely lacking.
The new KeeHatch roof hatch railing system from Kee Safety, Inc. is designed to fit all standard models offered by the manufacturers of roof hatches, and can be installed by one person in less than 30 minutes.
The agency will begin testing shipments of orange juice at the border and will detain any that contain traces of carbendazim, a fungicide not approved in the U.S.
USDA will close nearly 260 offices nationwide, a move that won praise for cutting costs but raised concerns about the possible effect on food safety.
Lawsuit accuses Johnson & Johnson of overstating the safety of an anti-psychotic drug and influencing its use in the state's Medicaid program.
The FDA is warning patients about a potential mix-up between powerful prescription pain drugs and common over-the-counter medications like Excedrin and Gas-X.
Novartis is recalling bottles of Excedrin, NoDoz, Bufferin and Gas-X over concerns they could contain stray pills from other medicines, or chipped or broken tablets.
The couple says that 30 minutes after giving their child Tylenol, which had been recalled two months prior, he began to spit up blood.
Consumer safety advocates say that silicone implants are still too dangerous, with one in five women needing a replacement within five years.
The proposed repairs, not part of any formal recall, will attempt to strengthen the structure around the car's batteries.
Recent research persuaded panel members that children could be harmed from lead levels in their blood that are lower than the current standard.
FDA officials have been clear in stating their belief that antibiotics given to animals before slaughter are linked to growing antibiotic resistance in humans.
Swedish home furnishings firm is recalling safety belts for some 1.2 million highchairs after some children fell when buckles unexpectedly opened.
One of the government's top scientists says more research is needed to determine the impacts of shale gas drilling on human health and the environment.