"The FCC is done asking nicely or urging or begging phone companies to fight robocall."
"No parent should ever have to endure the tragedy of losing a child."
In June, Beech-Nut announced that it would stop selling its single grain rice cereal after testing by Alaska officials revealed high arsenic levels.
Burger King customer service staff told concerned callers in June that the company plans to phase out PFAS in its packaging by the end of 2021.
PIRG advocates met with federal lawmakers and their aides from April 6-8 to make the case for a suite of transportation solutions.
Without access to digital repair software, farmers are too often forced to send their machines to authorized dealers for fixes.
Replacing the nation's lead service lines would protect children from lead exposure.
Target agreed on May 5 to set a goal for eliminating virgin plastic from its private brand packaging for fast-moving goods.
The FTC's "Nixing the Fix" report asserts that manufacturer justifications for consumer repair restrictions have "scant evidence" to support them.
A new bill aims to speed up toxic waste cleanups