July 6, 2015—Ford Motor recalled 2014–2015 Ford Escape vehicles that were manufactured from May 19, 2014, through Feb. 6, 2015, and Transit Connect vehicles that were manufactured from May 13, 2014, through Dec. 10, 2014. A software problem might cause the instrument panel cluster or warning chimes, messages and lights to malfunction. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with safety standards.
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July 6, 2015—Fiat Chrysler Automobiles recalled 2015 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles that were manufactured from June 12, 2015, through June 20, 2015. The rear-lower control arms might fracture.
July 2, 2015—Consumer Financial Protection Bureau moved against vendors of credit-card add-on products for charging consumers for benefits that they didn’t receive.
July 2, 2015—Otteroo recalled its Inflatable Baby Float, because the seam on the flotation device can leak air and deflate, which poses a risk of drowning.
July 1, 2015—Are you ready for an electric vehicle (EV) that can go 300 miles without refueling? Toyota’s new 2016 Mirai can do that—and more.
July 1, 2015—Kia Motors America recalled 2011 Sportage vehicles that were manufactured from March 7, 2011, through June 8, 2011. In the affected vehicles, the brake-light switch might fail intermittently.
Mothers who aren’t able to produce enough breast milk might turn to websites that sell breast milk. However, you can’t be sure that you’re buying 100 percent human milk.
The class of 2016 and beyond shows automakers’ commitment to weight reduction.
Washers are bigger than ever before, dryers no longer have to be vented and both appliances are quieter than ever before.
The regulation of financial advisers is inconsistent or nonexistent. No fix is expected soon.
Identity theft remains the No. 1 complaint that’s submitted to Federal Trade Commission. It’s the 15th consecutive year in which ID theft topped the list.
You can’t be certain of the accuracy of “latex-free,” “does not contain latex” or “does not contain natural rubber latex” claims that are listed on medical products, such as bandages, condoms and medical gloves.
Carpet manufacturers market their products as environmentally friendly, but consumers can’t judge the accuracy of these claims.
A study concludes that children who sip alcohol before sixth grade are more likely to be associated with dangerous alcohol behaviors by ninth grade.
Federal Trade Commission alerted consumers in March 2015 to a scam about an email that purports to derive from “Bureau of Defaulters Agency-FTC.” FTC alerts consumers that no such group exists, plus, FTC doesn’t send such emails to consumers.
New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced in March 2015 that his office and the attorneys general of Minnesota, Missouri, Oregon and Texas filed lawsuits that contend that Orbital Publishing Group and a group of unified New York and Oregon companies mailed millions of misleading magazine- and newspaper-subscription notices to consumers nationwide.
New adventure bikes have extra-wide tires.
A lawsuit that was filed in March 2015 claims that wine that’s produced by about 30 companies in California includes unsafe levels of inorganic arsenic.
A highly contagious canine infectious respiratory disease, or canine flu, spread across Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Wisconsin at press time.
From oversized entryways to larger returns on investment, today’s entry doors give you more of what you want.
A new wall oven from Electrolux is capable of downloading instructions from a mobile application to automatically set the temperature and time.
The Daily Companion personal emergency response system, or PERS, provides first responders with the ability to access a senior’s health data instantly by using the encrypted Quick Response (QR) scanner system.
The Speck indoor air-quality monitor ($200) differs in two ways from numerous competitive models that are on the market.
If you’re in the market to purchase earbud headphones, you should know that three experts tell us that carbon-fiber earbuds don’t necessarily produce better sound.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system soon will include the Windows Hello biometric-authentication technology.