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Study finds Samsung's S8 phones more prone to screen cracks


Holiday Inn, Candlewood Suites hotels targeted by malware


CONSUMER ALERT: Teething tablets recalled over levels of toxic herb


Conagra recalls Hunt's chili kits; may contain salmonella


Ford recalling 53,000 trucks that can roll away while parked


Ford recalls 440,000 vehicles for fire risk, door latch trouble


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Hyundai recalls 978,000 cars; seat belts can come loose


Controller chargers for XBOX ONE consoles recalled due to burn hazard


Mercedes recalls 354,000 vehicles; starter part can overheat


Dunkin' Donuts will remove artificial food coloring by end of 2018


Ford recalls 36,000 vehicles for air bag defect


Chrysler recalls some cars for loose bolts


Britax recalls more than 700,000 car seat mounting components


Volkswagen's Audi brand to recall 576,921 vehicles in US


652,000 vehicles are included in latest Takata air bag recall


Ford adds 816,000 vehicles to Takata air bag recall


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