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Helmet Manufacturer Sued By Former Heisman Winner

Running back Paul Hornung won the Heisman Trophy in 1956, while playing for the University of Notre Dame. He went on to have a Hall of Fame career in the NFL - he won four championships with the Green Bay Packers, including the first Super Bowl, and led the league in scoring for three consecutive seasons.

Exploding ovens can mar your holiday season

Most of our ovens get a lot of use during the holiday season. Recently there have been numerous reports about ovens that exploded in consumers' kitchens all over the nation. The problem doesn't appear to involve a single brand and is occurring in ovens made by different manufacturers.

Peanut execs sentenced to decades in prison for tainted food

This week, a Georgia federal judge sent a powerful message to corporations that form part of the supply chain of food destined for America's consumers. The lengthy sentences he handed down to a peanut company executive and his co-defendant brother were described as "unprecedented" by one attorney for plaintiffs who filed suit after a deadly salmonella outbreak.

It does not take many deaths to bring about a recall

When a defective product is noted and a recall is authorized, people sometimes assume dozens or even hundreds of injuries and deaths must have been reported. However, the reality is that it doesn't actually take very many incidents to cause a recall. The goal of the recall, after all, is to keep those numbers from rising and to rectify the situation as soon as possible.

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