The recall covers trucks from the 2004 through 2006 model years in the U.S. and Canada.
A brand of grotesque false teeth is being recalled in Europe after it was discovered they may be too hard to remove.
The National Traffic Highway Safety Administration is announcing there will be new airbag defect reports filed by Takata, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the details behind a disease linked to Dole Food packaged salad.
California rejects VW's diesel recall plan, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
California has rejected Volkswagen's diesel recall plan, and VW has responded, saying they are meeting with the EPA tomorrow, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
The German automaker assumes it will have to buy back cars as a result of the emissions scandal.
Huisken Meat Company is recalling 2-lb boxes of its Sam's Choice Black Angus beef patties.
The product shipped to retail locations nationwide. So far, no one has reported any injuries.
Macy's will recall 121 thousand Martha Stewart cookware sets.
The metal discs that cover the frying pan’s rivets can pop off and hit consumers, posing an injury hazard, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said.
Fiat Chrysler recalled more than 412,000 SUVs in the U.S, citing a fire hazard.
A new U.S. death has been linked to faulty Takata airbags, reports CNBC's Hampton Pearson.
Trader Joe's is recalling its Triple Ginger Brew products due to reports of unopened bottles bursting.
The Sweet Leaf Tea Company recalled more than 1.5 million bottles of its tea on Thursday due to the possible presence of glass fragments.
CNBC's Scott Cohn details the story of Montana father Rich Barber, whose 9-year-old son died when a Remington rifle went off.
Guns are among the only consumer products for which the government cannot order a recall, leaving it up to manufacturers to police themselves.
A settlement covering 7.5 million Remington guns and 13 different models produced since 1948 is bound to be complex. Here's what you need to know.
“Protective orders” are a perfectly legal maneuver, but critics say companies are misusing secrecy to hide vital information from the public..
Some say gun maker Remington's landmark legal settlement could still leave millions of defective rifles in the public’s hands.