Graco Children's Products is recalling more than 25,000 car seats because the harness webbing can break in a crash and may not keep children restrained.
The company that makes Nathan's and Curtis hot dogs is recalling more than 200,000 pounds (90,700 kilograms) of the products after getting complaints of metal found in the packages.
Price Chopper and Market 32 Supermarkets are recalling a variety of store-made bakery items.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling approximately 1 million trucks in North America due to a software glitch that could prevent side air bags and seatbelts from deploying during a rollover.
A New Jersey-based food company is recalling Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles and French toast because they might be contaminated with Listeria.
Toyota is recalling about 250,000 small pickup trucks mainly in North America because the rear wheels have the potential to lock up, causing drivers to lose control.
Frito-Lay is recalling select jalapeño-flavored potato chips because their seasoning could be contaminated with salmonella.
The maker of Hyland's teething tablets has issued a recall for any remaining packages at the urging of U.S. regulators, who say the medicine has inconsistent levels of a herb that can be poisonous.
Hyundai and Kia are recalling nearly 1.2 million cars and SUVs because the engines can fail and stall, increasing the risk of a crash.
The maker of Hunt's Chili Kits says it is recalling some because they might be contaminated with salmonella.
Ford is recalling 53,000 2017 F-250 trucks because they can roll away even when they are parked due to a manufacturing error.
Ford is recalling more than 570,000 vehicles in North America and Europe to fix separate problems that can cause engine fires and doors to fly open unexpectedly.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Nissan is recalling more than 56,000 cars because of power steering hoses that may leak fluid and potentially lead to fires.
An Oklahoma food company is recalling more than 466 tons (422 metric tons) of breaded chicken because of possible metal in the food.
Peg Perego is recalling children's riding vehicles because the circuit board can fail and cause the motor to ignite, posing burn hazards. Other recalled consumer products this week include embossed chairs and car seat straps.
Hyundai is recalling nearly 978,000 cars in the U.S. because the front seat belts could detach in a crash and fail to hold people.
If you bought ground beef at the Hannaford store in Queensbury Tuesday, it may be under recall. The store is asking customers to return packages of 80 percent lean ground beef bought with a use or freeze by date of March 16.
BMW is adding nearly 134,000 SUVs to a 2016 recall to fix driveshaft joints that can fail and could cause the vehicles to stop moving.
Authorities are investigating a multistate listeria outbreak linked to a recalled cheese that has sickened several people and killed two, in Connecticut and Vermont.
Outdoors retailer L.L. Bean is recalling some snowshoes.
An Illinois pet food company is expanding its voluntary recall of dog food due to possible contamination with a euthanasia drug.
Ford Motor Co is recalling more than 36,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada because their air bags may not inflate properly.
Three different types of Trader Joe's unsweetened applesauces are being recalled after reports from customers finding glass pieces inside.
About 37,000 defective ladders are being recalled because locking pins can fail unexpectedly. Other recalled consumer products this week include bibs that pose a suffocation hazard and electric bicycles with a defective fork.
It's egg-laying season for turtles, and New York conservation officials are asking drivers to watch out for the reptiles on roads near wetlands.