A light-up bow whose arrows are advertised as flying up to 145 feet and the “Catapencil” — a pencil with a miniature slingshot-style launcher on its end — are on an annual list of unsafe toys released Wednesday by a Massachusetts-based consumer watchdog group.
Fisher-Price Little People are facing off against little green army men for a spot in the National Toy Hall of Fame.
A snaggletooth eight-year-old. A middle schooler with a punk rocker bob cut and big earrings. Tween siblings with a penchant for playing.
They’re chemicals found in everyday products — but new research says they may have a harmful effect on fertility.
Operation Homefront is giving hundreds of military families and their children an early start on the Christmas holiday thanks to a toy distribution party at the Moose Lodge in Lorton Sunday afternoon.
A new report shows that even though toys have been getting safer in recent years, dangerous or toxic toys can still be found on store shelves.
Lots of retailers come out with “hot toy” lists every holiday season, but this year Wal-Mart decided to try something different: let kids rate their favorite toys.
A report released Tuesday from the U.S. Public Interest Research Group found just over a dozen toys on store shelves that violate federal safety standards.