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Concerns about wildfires drive sales of "safe and sane" fireworks
But even these ground-based varieties come with risks.
Ahead of the holidays, retailers compete on store safety
Because, yes, the pandemic is still raging, and a lot of customers are still hesitant to go shopping.
As Austin bars open again, owners try to balance revenue and safety
Texas saloons and bars have lost at least $600 million since the pandemic forced them to shut down.
Is there any data that says secondhand car seats aren't safe?
Manufacturers and retailers suggest car seats expire every six years or so. But what if that's not true?
NYC traffic fatalities fall to an all-time low
The city's Vision Zero program has cut road deaths by a third over five years
Ralph Nader wants you to wear a seat belt
...because he fought the auto industry for increased safety. And won.
Would arming school officials be effective during a mass shooting?
Amanda Ripley is the author of "The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes — and Why?"
New device detects texting while driving, but is it legal?
The Textalyzer, a tablet about the size of an iPad which police can plug into a driver’s phone, can scan a phone’s system logs, and pulls up a list of activity.
Why aren't railroad crossings on your map app?
About 200 people are killed at track crossings each year.
Bay Area fire highlights region's housing issues
Thirty-six people have died in a warehouse fire in Oakland. Authorities say the death toll could rise significantly.