Firefighters were assessing "multiple patients" at the school in the suburban city of Cudahy, Calif.
By Associated Press
As states across the country legalize marijuana, efforts to determine whether someone is too high to drive is becoming a thorny public health issue. From brain functioning analyses and phone apps to training police officers on looking for signs, Hari…
By Sam Weber, Connie Kargbo, Hari Sreenivasan
A new study finds drivers' behavior can be tied to particular U.S. regions and the stringency of states' laws on cellphone use in cars.
By Tim Henderson, Stateline
Advocates for older adults say telephone check-in programs can help seniors remain independent in their homes and give them — and their family members — peace of mind.
By Jenni Bergal, Stateline
By Joan Lowy, Associated Press
Red-light cameras are widely hated, but a new study says getting rid of them can have fatal consequences.
Researchers find a moral inconsistency around self-driving vehicles that could present roadblocks to greater public safety.
By Sam Hananel, Associated Press
The Supreme Court on Thursday placed new limits on state laws that make it a crime for motorists suspected of drunken driving to refuse alcohol tests.
Boston Marathon Bombings Stir Up Questions, Lessons for Public Safety Protocol…
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