A massive ice cream recall spurs some tough questions. How can you protect yourself from contaminated food? What are your rights? Will Blue Bell survive?
The unusual Department of Justice and the Consumer Product Safety Commission suit stems from a 2010 recall over vases that shattered in customers' hands.
Lenovo is recalling 150,000 ThinkPad notebook battery packs - a year after recalling 35,000 others -- because they can overheat and start fires.
Federal regulators say they're now aware of 10 listeria illnesses linked to ice cream and other products made by Blue Bell Creameries over the last 5 years.
Blue Bell Creameries says it's recalling all of its ice cream and frozen treat products from stores due to continuing problems with Listeria bacteria.
More than a million yard blowers sold at Home Depot and Walmart are recalled because they possibly may overheat and catch fire, the government says.
Federal officials recall 1,920 pounds of sweet potato and chicken baby food made by Beech-Nut, saying it may be contaminated with small pieces of glass.
Road salt damaged brake lines on Chevrolet, Cadillac and GMC pickups and SUVs, a federal agency concludes, urging people to wash undercarriages regularly.
Graco has agreed to pay a $3 million fine to the government for being too slow to report complaints about difficulty opening car seat buckles.
A winner: Many free deals for Windows 10. A loser: Kraft recalls 6.5 million boxes of mac and cheese because they may contains metal slivers.
Honda is adding nearly 105,000 vehicles to its growing U.S. recall of driver's side air bag inflators that can explode with too much force.
Trader Joe's says it has received no reports of consumers getting sick after eating the walnuts, which were sold nationwide.
Toyota announces it is recalling 112,500 cars and SUVs to fix problems with electric power steering controls and electric vehicle software.
Hyundai is recalling about 263,000 cars in the U.S. and Canada because a sensor problem could cause drivers to lose power-assisted steering.
Fiat Chrysler is adding more than 467,000 Dodge and Jeep SUVs worldwide to a recall from last year to fix a potential stalling problem.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 26,000 midsize cars in North America to fix automatic transmissions that might not shift into park.
At least eight recalls involve cumin-flavored soups, meats, Tex-Mex items, Indian dishes and other foods with unlabeled amounts of peanut protein.
GE will pay a $3.5 million penalty to settle charges of knowingly failing to report to the government that certain dishwashers and ranges could catch fire.
Kidde is recalling nearly 5 million disposable fire extinguishers because they may not discharge properly, posing a risk of injury.
Pepperidge Farm is recalling about 46,000 packages of bagels because they may contain peanuts or almonds that could set off a serious allergic reaction.
Nissan recalls nearly 768,000 SUVs to fix faulty hood latches and electrical shorts, while Ford recalls 221,000 cars to fix door latches and seat belts.
Ikea's Vyssa mattresses -- the Vackert, Vinka, Spelevink, Slöa and Slumm models -- create a gap that's too wide between the mattress and the crib.
Subaru is recalling about 199,000 cars and SUVs for a second time to fix rusty brake lines that can leak fluid and cause longer stopping distances.
Chrysler is recalling nearly 257,000 older Ram pickup trucks because the rear axle can seize or the drive shaft can fall off.
Ford says it's expanding a recall for faulty driver's side air bag inflators to the entire U.S. as demanded by the government.
Honda plans to replace the replace driver's air bag inflators on 2.6 million more vehicles as it expands repairs to the entire U.S.
Takata tells the U.S. government that its demand for a nationwide air bag recall isn't necessary and that it doesn't have the authority to compel a recall.
If Graco is found to not have reported the defect in a timely manner, the company can face up to $35 million in fines.