It's easy to take for granted that if something is available for purchase in the United States, it's safe. Sadly, that's not always the case. When tragedies happen, it usually falls to government regulators to clean up the mess with recalls and new rules to help prevent future accidents. Just this month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration started investigating another 30 million vehicles with Takata airbags to determine whether they should be part of the largest safety recall in automotive history. From dangerous cars to risky toys and baby gear, here are some of the most notable items that have had to be yanked off the market before anyone else got hurt.