|Best Buy recalls MacBook batteries over fire risk
Best Buy is recalling more than 5,000 replacement batteries for the Apple MacBook Pro due to a potential fire risk, company officials said Wednesday.
|Honda recalling 18,000 cars to fix brakes
Honda is recalling more than 18,000 cars in the U.S. to fix problems with the brakes.
|Michigan company recalls sunflower seed products
A Michigan snack food maker has recalled a batch of sunflower seeds after it was discovered that they could lead to a potentially deadly infection.
|Zydus recalls single lot of blood thinner warfarin
Zydus Pharmaceuticals has recalled a single lot of the drug Warfarin after receiving a complaint that some of the tablets are too large.
|Chrysler refuses US request to recall vehicles
Chrysler is refusing a request by U.S. safety regulators to recall about 2.7 million vehicles to fix fuel tanks that could leak and cause fires in rear-end collisions.
|J&J recalls 32M contraceptive packages outside US
Johnson & Johnson is conducting a voluntary recall of millions of oral contraceptive packages in 43 countries outside the U.S., but says there's a "very low" risk that the flawed tablets could cause unplanned pregnancies.
|Toys, pajama sets, crib bumpers among new recalls
A line of toys that could damage a child's hearing and snowboard bindings with faulty straps are among this week's list of recalled products. Others include children's pajama sets and crib bumpers.
|Retailers recall potentially dangerous magnet sets
Six retailers have agreed to recall a brand of potentially dangerous high-powered magnet sets after the manufacturer refused to participate.
|Chrysler recalls more than 247,000 cars, SUVs
Chrysler is recalling more than 247,000 SUVs and cars for several problems, including faulty gas tank hoses, broken drive shafts and air bag warning lights that illuminate when there's no problem.
|Chrysler recalls 30,000 SUVs for fuel tank problem
Chrysler is recalling about 30,000 small SUVs because a faulty hose inside the gas tank can cause them to run out of fuel.