With Donald Trump now in power, every federal agency in America is on notice. Government workers are being told to shut their mouths, whether it’s about scientific research from the Environmental Protection Agency or climate change data from the National Park Service. But in the face of all this, the Consumer Product…
Last night, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a statement warning consumers to stop using the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, even if they’d gotten a replacement, because the phones are still overheating and causing fires. Thankfully, Samsung was okay with the CPSC’s statement—because if the company…
Last year, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) released a fireworks safety video that was tough to take seriously. In this year’s PSA, the organization turned down the explosives and instead focused on a story that recently impacted someone in the public eye.
Roughly 20,000 Ivanka Trump brand scarves have been recalled for not meeting federal flammability standards. To put it plainly, you don’t want to smoke while wearing these Chinese-made neck-blankets if you value the way your face currently looks.
Hoverboards can be very dangerous objects. Good thing the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has some advice to keep you safe.
Coming as a surprise to no one who’s seen the original Star Wars trilogy, yesterday the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall for a Darth Vader infant bodysuit that poses a potential choking hazard. Obviously.
Do you love watching fireworks? What about watching fireworks that blow the shit out of poor, unsuspecting mannequins? Well, have we got a treat for you.
The recall comes after 12 complaints of overheating, including five cases that caused fire and property damage. The $29 Chinese-made cheapies were sold from January 2006 to July 2009, exclusively at Wal-Mart (U.S) and ASDA supermarkets (U.K).