Ford Recalling More Than 550K Pickups & SUVs For Seat Strength ProblemA safety alert for pickup and SUV owners -- the Ford Motor Company is recalling more than 550,000 vehicles because seat backs may not properly restrain passengers in a crash.
Toyota Recalling More Than 190K Cars Because Air Bags May Not InflateToyota is recalling more than 190,000 cars because the air bags may not inflate properly in a crash.
Marriott Eliminating Single-Use Toiletry Bottles At All Properties By 2020Saying that their guests look to them to "make changes that will create a meaningful difference for the environment", Marriott International is making changes around the globe.
Rosa Parks And Sally Ride Among New 'Inspiring Women' Barbie DollsI guess you could call it one small step for womankind. Toymaker Mattel is honoring Rosa Parks and Sally Ride with their very own Barbie dolls.
Target To Open Disney Shops In Some North Texas Stores This FallTarget announced it will open dozens of Disney shops inside it's stores before Christmas and have shops in some 40 other locations by October 2020.
Phone Carriers Say They'll Block Some Robocalls And Crack Down On Spoofed NumbersMajor phone companies say they'll give customers free tools to block robocalls as part of an agreement reached with 51 state attorneys general.
Volkswagen To Recall More Than 675K US Cars To Fix Rollaway ProblemIt's a problem that could allow vehicles stopped, but not in park, to simply roll away... now Volkswagen is recalling some 679,000 cars in the U. S.
FAA Calling For Pilots To Test Changes To Boeing 737 Max Jets
FCC Authorizes $305.5M To Help Close Digital Divide In TexasThe funding will be spread out during the next decade for maintaining, improving and expanding affordable broadband for 23,424 rural homes and businesses in Texas.
ENERGY STAR Recommends Thermostat Set No Lower Than 78 Degrees, Even During Texas SummerWhile you're away from home, ENERGY STAR recommends bumping up the thermostat to 85 degrees and at night, keep it on 82 degrees.
Dick's Sporting Goods Considering Getting Out Of the "Hunt" Business, Stopping Gun SalesDick's, one of the country's biggest gun retailers, has been quietly testing the water on whether to pull out entirely from what it calls the "hunt" business.