TSA could use spare change to help military families.
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Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the toy store, a consumer group says toys are not much safer this holiday.
Several stuffed animals are being recalled because they're a laceration hazard.
Mutsy USA is recalling its EVO stroller because of a strangulation hazard.
Thousands of beds are being recalled and you may have one in your home.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Consumer Product Safety Commission reports an
estimated 69 percent of stores (thrift, consignment and resale) are
selling at least one hazardous item. These are items that are on the
government's recall list.
BALTIMORE, MD - Does it seem your kids grow out of their clothes as fast as you buy them? Why buy when you can borrow.
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